Hedley looks back at the positives from the Falmouth game and the challenge of league leaders Plymouth Argyle.
“We won the Falmouth game with clinical finishing backed by a general sharpness from our game which was we must now be aiming for every time we take to the pitch. Although our second half performance did not quite match up to the first we still saw the game out with a degree of comfort. Falmouth changed their shape and made things more difficult for us from a defensive point of view and although they broke us down once we ran out comfortable winners against a side several places above us in the league.”
“Tuesday night we travel to Coach Road to take on the current league leaders Plymouth Argyle. If we allow them to play we know that we will be chasing shadows, we know what to expect in that it will be a tough examination for us against a quality side but we are really looking forward to the challenge.”