POINTS are more important than the performances at this stage of the season as far as Bangor manager Lee Feeney is concerned.
His side edged past basement side PSNI on Saturday before a more comfortable result over Moyola Park made sure the Seasiders hold a 12-point advantage going into the final five matches of the season.
Those victories are key for the Bangor boss as he continues to push his side towards the finish line and the potential Premier Intermediate League glory.
“I was really pleased with our performance on Tuesday,” summed up the Clandeboye Park chief.
“We were totally dominant and the boys performed exactly as we asked them to. I was a bit disappointed with the performance against PSNI on Saturday, so it was pleasing to see the boys bounce back so well.
“At this stage of the season there are a lot of tired legs and tired minds, so we know performances aren’t always going to be top drawer – it’s much more about getting three points and the boys are doing just that,” he added.
“On another day we might have won by more goals, but we didn’t take all the chances that came our way. Even with that being the case I thought we were the better team and deservedly won the match in tricky conditions.
“I think we had more gears to move through and if the game had been closer, I really think the boys would have found that next level. As it was, we got it front and managed the game from there.
“I thought the performances right across the pitch were really good. Both Lewis Harrison and Aaron Harris were excellent in and out of possession, Reece Neale and Seanna Foster gave us plenty of quality in wide areas while Jordan Hughes again showed the ability we know he possesses.”