ALL THAT JEZZ: Deeping Rangers striker Jezz Goldson-Williams makes the points safe against Huntingdon Town at the Haydon Witham Stadium. Photo (TIM WILSON): SG070315-148TW.
Just three weeks after Rangers’ 5-1 win at the Croms, Korkmaz’s men repeated the act with a goal in each half from Joe Braithwaite and Jezz Goldson-Williams respectively.
Midfielder Scott Ginty set up the opener in the seventh minute, supplying an inch-perfect cross for central defender Braithwaite to finish.
Goldson-Williams then netted his 13th goal of the season on 69 minutes to hand the Croms their ninth straight defeat since the departure of former manager Seb Hayes two months ago.
Korkmaz said: “It was pleasing to keep a clean sheet and I don’t think our goalkeeper had to make any saves in the game.
“We created a number of chances and I think 2-0 flattered Huntingdon because we played well and were quite comfortable in both halves.
“The first goal came from a cracking ball from Scott Ginty and Joe Braithwaite was in the right place, at the right time, to tap the ball in.
“We should have scored straight afterwards before Jezz Goldson-Williams scored the winner when we thought it would be a bit difficult playing into the wind.
“It was a good win, a clean sheet and we didn’t pick up any injuries or suspensions.”
Deeping: Bircham; Flack, Braithwaite (Palmer), Tinkler, Smith; Burton-Jones, Ginty (Hamid), Lewis, Coulson; Avis, Scotcher (Goldson-Williams).