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Grayson Reflects On ‘Fair Result’

11 April 2015

The Lilywhites boss Simon Grayson admitted the outcome of this afternoon’s top of the table clash was probably a fair one with the game ending honours even.

In a game billed as the League One game of the day, North End went into the game eight points behind their opponents Bristol City, who could have been promoted today if results went their way elsewhere.

Jermaine Beckford’s close range finish just under the hour mark gave North End the lead, but Steve Cotterill’s men levelled things up four minutes later through Aaron Wilbraham.

And in a game where the tempo was high, and the chances were a plenty, Grayson told PNE Player the point his side take home today is a reasonable one heading into Tuesday’s game at home to Gillingham.

He said: “It was a close game – obviously we knew what was at stake today, but I thought both teams had a right good go trying to win it – there was incidents in both boxes and both were equally as competitive in certain areas.

“Overall it was a real good advert for League One – it was entertaining and it was probably a fair result as well.

“If you’d have asked me this morning would I have took a point, and you add to the six we’ve taken over Easter then we’d have certainly done that.”

For more reaction from the PNE gaffer who commends the ‘cracking’ atmosphere, as well as his praise on Sam Johnstone’s Man of the Match performance head to PNE Player here.

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