Wealdstone in search of more success at Welling

PUBLISHED: 10:00 02 November 2018

Action from Wealdstone's match with Gloucester City (pic Geoff Smith/top-pic photography)

Action from Wealdstone's match with Gloucester City (pic Geoff Smith/top-pic photography)


Stones beat Gloucester City on Monday after losing to Torquay United last Saturday

Wealdstone head to Welling United in the Vanarama National League South on Saturday, keen to build on a victory in the league on Monday night.

Stones recorded a 2-0 win at home to Gloucester City on Monday thanks to goals from Bradley Bubb and David Pratt.

It was a welcome victory for Bobby Wilkinson’s men, who had lost 3-0 at home to Torquay United in the league on Saturday.

The Grosvenor Vale outfit were able to quickly move on from that disappointment by getting the better of Gloucester on Monday night.

And assistant manager Mike Percival knows how it important it was for Wealdstone to get back on the horse so quickly.

“It was a scrappy game against Gloucester and I thought the boys looked slightly fatigued, but what we did was respond brilliantly,” Percival told the club website.

Percival will hope Stones can follow up Monday’s success with another victory at Welling this weekend.

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