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Stags' duo pleased with away victory

20 October 2015

Mansfield Town duo Reggie Lambe and Blair Adams were delighted with the way that the Stags took all three points against Yeovil Town this evening.

Lambe scored a late header to ensure the Stags returned to One Call Stadium with a win whilst Adams made his debut for the club after joining on loan from Notts County.

The Bermudan winger was thrilled to get his first goal of the season and hopes he can push on from here for the rest of the campaign.

“It’s a great moment to get my first goal of the season and get the three points for the team.

“[I thought] just try to get it on target and make sure the ‘keeper can’t save it. Especially because I missed a chance before I was determined to score before the game was up.

The match-winner said that the squad is enjoying the winner in the aftermath of the game, but everyone will soon be focussed on Saturday’s trip to Portsmouth. 

“[In the] the fashion that we won, everyone’s ecstatic. We’re still fourth and we wanted to be in the top three today but that didn’t happen so we go again on Saturday.”

Left-back Adams, who was brought in by Adam Murray following the injury to Mal Benning at the weekend, said he enjoyed his debut for the Stags and is looking forward to the future.

“I really enjoyed it, it’s great to be back playing on the pitch. I’ve had a frustrating couple of months- I’ve not been playing at all- so I enjoyed getting a taste of League Two again.

“It was a hectic game but I was pleased we came away with the three points.”

Adams slotted straight in to the Stags’ side this evening and he says he has been made welcome by the rest of the Stags’ squad.

“They’re all chatty lads and before the game, the enthusiasm and spirit was evident and it’s great to be part of.

“I’ve been training with the reserves at Notts County but to be fair, I have to give credit to Rich Dryden there because he’s kept me motivated and in good shape and that’s helped [me] today.”

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