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Tonbridge Angels manager Tommy Warrilow hopes his side can build on two wins against Dover Athletic

04 January 2013

Tommy Warrilow

By Alex Hoad

Tonbridge manager Tommy Warrilow hopes the festive derby double over Dover will help his side settle down their Blue Square Bet South season.

Angels rose to 10th after a stoppage-time goal for a 1-0 win at Crabble on New Year’s Day, just six days after a 2-1 victory over Whites at Longmead with a disappointing 3-0 loss to struggling Bromley in between.

Warrilow (pictured) said: "We could have drawn all three and people might say they would be a good three points because we wouldn’t have lost.

"I don’t think people expected us to get anything from the Dover games and perhaps they did against Bromley but typical of us, we’ve gone and reversed that."

Angels face a trip to Weston on Saturday before Havant visit on Tuesday night.

Warrilow added: "It’s all about getting results back-to-back. Every three points shoots you right up. We have not been a million miles away this season and if we can do what we’ve done at Dover, then we’ve got every chance."

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