AFC Sudbury striker Terry Rymer marked his return to the starting line-up with a goal in the 3-0 win over Waltham Abbey on Tuesday, and spoke on camera to deputy sports editor Russell Claydon following the final whistle.
The player recruited from FC Clacton earlier this season, following a successful period at Brightlingsea Regent, headed AFC ahead 21 minutes in after a fine flowing move which saw Aryton Coley do well to find Jack Guyton to cross from the right-hand side.
James Peagram hit the bar for the visitors, but the Yellows were well worth their 1-0 lead at the break.
Rymer was instrumental in winning the corner from which Sam Clarke headed home the second within a minute of the re-start, with Marcus Garnham making a good save at the other end before Correy Davidson’s overhead lob was deflected goalwards by defender Joe Kizzi, wrong-footing James May for the third.
It was AFC’s fifth straight victory and moved then two places up the table, with only two of the four planned matches in the division going ahead, from eighth to sixth, and just three points from the play-off spots ahead of Saturday’s home match.