TURNER HAPPY WITH DAY'S WORK
Graham Turner hailed Shrewsbury's 3-1 victory at Macclesfield on Friday night as they moved back into the automatic promotion places.
James Collins' finish just after the half-hour mark set the Silkmen on their way to an 18th league match without victory, with Mark Wright and Collins sandwiching Arnaud Mendy's strike amid a late flurry of goals in the League Two clash at the Moss Rose.
"I thought we did well. The rain helped us. It slicked up the pitch and played into our hands and we might have scored one or two more goals. We played with a lot of energy and purpose," said Shrews boss Turner.
"We gave away a bad goal and the players have to remember that goal difference can make a lot of difference at the end of the season.
"It's been a good day for us, but it only counts on the last day of the season.
"We weren't edgy when they got back to 2-1 but you never know, they scored from a throw-in and have a lot of big men in their team so they could have got back into it."
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