Carlsberg South West Peninsula League
Published 29th February 2012
....to climb the Carlsberg South West Peninsula League Premier Division table.
The Speeds Meadow side recorded their third win on the trot last Saturday, beating relegation-threatened St Blazey 1-0, thanks to Phil Everett’s late header.
And Buckingham believes new faces such as Tony Radford, Alex Sanderson and Roger Ingham have been key to their up-turn in form.
The boss said: “I just think we are a happier bunch. We have got some fresh faces in the dressing room and we have also got some confidence and some luck – things we have not had until recently.”
The win lifted Cully up to fourteenth in the table, eighteen points clear of the bottom two.
Buckingham said: “I wasn’t worried about relegation, not really, and thankfully now the players are proving I was right not to be. We just about shaded it on Saturday, we created the better chances.”