High intensity inspires big win for Deeping

Stand-in skipper Dan Flack fires Deeping's fifth goal. Photo by Tim Wilson
Stand-in skipper Dan Flack fires Deeping's fifth goal. Photo by Tim Wilson
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Scott Coupland was happy to share the credit after his hat-trick helped Deeping Rangers to another big win.

The former Sleaford Town skipper struck twice inside a minute and then completed a treble to wrap up the 6-1 home victory over Boston Town in the Emirates FA Cup extra preliminary round on Saturday.

Coupland said: “It’s always nice to do well personally but it’s all about the team.

“We know the main thing is winning and getting through to the next round of the cup.

“Once we got the first goal we played at a high intensity and then killed the game.”

First-team coach Martin Bond added: “We are really pleased with the result and we are definitely moving forward.

“Like on Tuesday night at home to Huntingdon Town, we started with a high level of intensity.

“As soon as we got the first goal on Saturday we played 20 minutes which was probably our best football so far this season in terms of our team understanding.

“We’ve got a good group of young lads who are playing well. As a coach it’s great to see those patterns of play coming off from the training field.

“I think Boston are a good side and Dan Bircham made some important saves but we scored at the right times as well.

“It would have been ideal to have a midweek game again to keep the momentum going but everybody is happy with the way we are playing.”