Published: 08:00, 16 November 2012 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
Tommy Warrilow praised fringe strikers Aaron Gayle and Mark Lovell after they fired Tonbridge Angels into the quarter-finals of the Kent Senior Cup.
The pair took the chance to impress by scoring first-half goals while Henry Muggeridge added the third as Angels won 3-2 at Maidstone on Tuesday.
Boss Warrilow (pictured) said: "I made six changes but it would be disrespectful to say we weren’t taking the competition seriously because the lads who came in are all good players.
"I asked them to work hard with and without the ball and to let us know if they were blowing and needed to come off.
"They did well and I was really pleased with Aaron and Lovers, who worked well together.
"We’ll be at home to Gillingham if they beat Bromley which would give our fans something to look forward to."
Angels return to Blue Square Bet South action with a home game against Hayes & Yeading on Saturday.
Mikel Suarez is the only absentee as Angels look for a fifth straight win in all competitions.
Warrilow said: "It looks like the league is going to be tighter than ever. We’re three points off the play-offs and three points off the relegation zone."
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