At least one boss involved in the dead rubber game at Roots Hall Saturday could toast a win, the other could only comment on yet another defeat, their sixth in a row. Tilson: Blues boss Steve Tilson was full of credit for his side after the 2-1 comeback victory over Stockport County, knowing three points in their final match at Roots Hall of a miserable 2009/10 season was very important going into the club's return to League Two for the first time in five seasons, a win he felt his side deserved. Tilly spoke to www.southendunited.co.uk: "To go one-nil down in the last home game of the season, we could have folded, but fair play to the lads, because they showed the spirit to get back. It was important we got the result today and we had a decent crowd again, who got behind us."As for next term and getting out of the basement division as soon as possible.Tilly continued: "It's going to be a tough summer and we are going to have to get players in. We will have to see who is going and go from there, but we know it's going to be difficult." Ablett: Hatters boss Garry Ablett Ablett told www.stockportcounty.com: "