Penalty box predator Scott Mooney earned another ‘giant-killing act’ for Deeping Rangers.
Deeping Rangers manager Michael Goode was pleased with the performance despite a disappointing opening-day league defeat.
A stunning free-kick, missed chances and key decisions sent Deeping Rangers to a derby-day defeat in their opening league game of the season.
Manager Michael Goode has highlighted key areas for Deeping Rangers to improve after last season’s second-half collapse.
‘Go out there and enjoy it’ will be Bourne Town boss Jimmy McDonnell’s message to his young side this season.
New boss Jimmy McDonnell wants to build Bourne Town’s reputation as the right club for nurturing young talent.
Captain Harry Barsby’s second-half strike proved enough for Deeping Rangers to complete a league and cup double.
One save in a penalty shoot-out finally ended Deeping Rangers’ unbeaten run.
Boss Michael Goode was left to count the cost of Deeping Rangers’ failure to pick up more points.
Yet again Deeping Rangers were left to reflect on what might have been – and that’s arguably the story of their season.
The wait for a league win is over for Deeping Rangers after two months.
It wasn’t pretty – but that really didn’t matter this time.
Manager-of-the-month award winner Steve Wilson was delighted as Bourne Town’s youngsters recorded a fourth successive victory.
Zak Munton’s hat-trick guided Bourne Town to another win which was wrapped up midway through the first half.
Michael Goode wants more consistency from Deeping Rangers to maintain their bid for a top-four finish.
Boss Michael Goode felt “really pleased” as Deeping Rangers made it four points this season against league leaders Leicester Nirvana.
One point each was fair enough in this top-of-the-table tussle.
Deeping Rangers missed the chance to move into the top three in a defeat which saw a bizarre own-goal, two red cards and two penalties.
Bourne Town manager Steve Wilson admits his young side are punching above their weight in seventh spot going into the new year.
Scott Mooney’s first-half double secured a hat-trick of wins for Deeping Rangers to sign off 2015 in style.