Salisbury 0-1 Stevenage

28 November 2009 06:30
Charlie Griffin hit the winner against his former club Salisbury as Stevenage Borough moved to within two points of Blue Square Premier leaders Oxford.Griffin settled the game with a low 12-yard shot just before half-time. [LNB]The Whites rarely threatened although Matt Tubbs had two chances, including an effort which was saved by Chris Day within 60 seconds of the game starting. [LNB]Salisbury's hopes faded with 16 minutes left when defender Chris Todd was sent off for a second booking. [LNB][LNB]Stevenage boss Graham Westley told BBC Three Counties Radio:[LNB] [LNB][LNB] "The boys have worked their socks off in difficult conditions. It's a difficult place to come to and any three points here is a good three points. [LNB]"I thought we were good value for the lead at half-time. The boys were solid and strong and organised. They gave nothing away and built possession patiently. Over the 90 minutes I thought we deserved the three points." [LNB][LNB]Salisbury: Lester, Ruddick, Cox, Todd, Brown, O'Hara (Gray 77), Anderson, Oastler, Clarke, Flood, Tubbs. Subs Not Used: Ben Osman, Tafazolli. [LNB]Sent Off: Todd (74). [LNB]Booked: Todd. [LNB]Stevenage: Day, Roberts, Ashton (Drury 71), Albrighton (Cole 53), Henry, Bostwick, Bridges, Byrom, Laird, Griffin, Odubade (Odhiambo 82). Subs Not Used: Bayes, Beardsley. [LNB]Booked: Bostwick, Roberts. [LNB]Goals: Griffin 45. [LNB]Att: 851. [LNB]Ref: A Bennett (Devon).

Source: BBC_Sport