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25 April 2015

Boss happy to end home matches with another win...

SADDLERS' boss, Dean Smith, was delighted to see his side make it three home wins in a row as we brought our home fixtures to a close with a deserved 2-0 victory over Oldham Athletic.

"It was really pleasing to end our home games with a victory," he said. "That makes it three home wins in a row and extends our unbeaten run.

"I thought that we started really well and put in a very good first half performance. We were average after the break but were worthy winners in the end.

"I was delighted that Craig MacGillivray came in and kept a clean sheet on his senior debut. He looked steady and calm on the ball and it was an accomplished debut from him.

"I was always confident that he would handle the situation and whilst we are hopeful that Richard O'Donnell will stay, I had to take a look at Craig today and Richard understands that.

"Our performance levels have been high in recent weeks; the players have deserved to keep their place and that's why I haven't made many changes today.

"There have been plenty of positives this afternoon and seeing Tom Bradshaw reach 20 goals was certainly one of them. It's a fantastic achievement for the lad."

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