MY LADS have come back in and said they didn’t play well but got the three points.

That’s true, but I am not prepared to paper over the cracks, even though we got a vitally important win. Whether we deserved it, I don’t know.

I tore into the three front men at half-time because apart from Jody’s goal they didn’t offer much of a threat and our ball retention was poor.

And then I tore into the defence at full-time because it was woeful defending for both the Chesham goals.

Chesham also missed two open goals in the first half and their left back Elsegood wasted a good opportunity just before we scored our second.

It is no surprise that Lyndon has come back in and got two goals because we have some big lads and set pieces are one of our strengths. We have good delivery and Eggy’s long throws as well.

Incidentally, I thought Eggy had one of his better games this season. He is still learning to play left back which is new to him.

We now move on to the FA Trophy tie with Grays on Saturday and the carrot of £4,000 if we win, which would be lovely.

I think Grays had two scouts with clipboards in the stands and they probably think Saturday’s game will end up 6-6.

I have not got the resources to have them watched, but I will probably speak to Cinderford who were knocked out by them in the previous round.

But some of our best performances have been against teams when we have gone in blind.

We can do better than we did against Chesham but it is important to try to keep up the momentum by winning, whether it is in the league or the cup.