Boss Dean Gill thrilled as Wednesfield bounce back
Boss Dean Gill says he is ‘chuffed to bits’ after Wednesfield got back to winning ways in the West Midlands Premier.
The Cottage outfit beat Shifnal Town 2-0 on Saturday, with Kieran Cook and skipper Josh Jones getting the goals.
It was a much-welcome victory after a 6-1 drubbing by Wolverhampton Sporting the weekend prior and Gill said: “It was very good.
“The lads were immaculate so I am chuffed to bits.
“Kieran and Josh got the goals – both very good goals.”
The result leaves Wednesfield sixth in the league table having played nine games – winning five and losing four.
They were promoted from Division One as runners-up last season.
On how his charges have fared so far, Gill added: “We have played really well.
“I would say that there has been 90 minutes over the nine games that we have struggled a bit.
“Obviously this is different to Division One but our style of football is transferable and is working.
“We have lost four games but I have been really happy with the performances.”
Black Country Rangers kept up their hot streak at the weekend with a 3-1 home triumph against Dudley Sports.
They play at The Grove, Halesowen Town’s ground, and have won three in a row now – winning five, drawing two and losing one in total.
In Division One, table-toppers Team Dudley were handed their first defeat of the campaign.
They lost 3-2 at Old Wulfrunians, while, at the other end of the table, Willenhall Town’s winless run extended to six games as they were downed 3-0 at Wem Town.
Warstone Wanderers are leading the way in Division Two and trounced AFC Bridgnorth Development 8-0.
In the Midland Premier, Sporting Khalsa drew 1-1 at Bromsgrove Sporting.
Dave Meese got the goal for Ian Rowe’s side, who are ninth after seven games.
Lye Town were beaten 1-0 by Worcester City – their first loss this term.
In Division One, Stafford Town were handed their second straight defeat, although Ryan Pace got a brace in their 4-2 reverse against Atherstone Town.
Pelsall Villa are bottom of Division Two having picked up a point from five games.
The Bush Ground side were beaten 4-2 by Knowle.