Boro Move Up Table!

Last updated : 01 April 2009 By Boro Mad
Seb Hines provided the most senior experience in a young side named by Martin Scott.

The deadlock was broken after five minutes as a Peter Gal-Andrezly cross from the right was turned into his own net by David Gbemie inside the six-yard box.

Nathan Porritt was fouled after quick footwork on the left edge of the penalty area, Richard Smallwood delivered the resulting free-kick and Hines turned in from six yards to double Boro's advantage just after the half hour mark.

Boro pressed for a game-clinching goal and it finally came as the game entered the final 10 minutes.

A superb Cronesberry run found sub Gray, who scored his first reserve goal, firing home from 10 yards to secure victory.

BORO: Steele; Shead, Hines, Corker, Bennett, Gal-Andrezly, Smallwood (Capt), Johnson (Edwards 72), Cronesberry (Weldon 81), Porritt (Gray 63), Martin. Unused subs: Knight (gk); Oliver.

BOLTON: Bogdan; Sinclair (McDonald 70), Stokes, Sheridan (Capt), Gbemie (Eckersley 46), Bennett, Mooy, Sissons, Ward, O'Halloran, Woolfe (Campbell 46). Unused subs: Blackman, Harsanyi.

Attendance: 289