Player-boss Colin Cameron heaped the praise on Berwick’s number one Billy Bald after his vital first-half save kept the scores level going into the break at Broadwood Stadium on Saturday, helping the ‘Gers record their fifth clean sheet in six games.
“Baldy has made a really good save to keep it at 0-0. We knew the first-half would be difficult; the conditions were poor and that made things a bit more difficult for us.
“But it was a great team performance. Wilils and Lavery were great outfield. That said, Bald’s save was vital. It enabled us to grow into the game.
“We were well on top by the time we got our first goal, so we did deserve the win, and it was pleasing to see us kill the game off.”
The boss also praised a vocal away support, who kept themselves warm in a baltic Broadwood by making plenty of noise.
“The fans were magnificent. That’s what happens when you win games. The fans can see the players are working hard and they earn that support.
“I think the potential of being in a quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup may also help that. The fans play just as important a part as the players do, because the players really get a lift from their support.
Finally, the boss revealed that there are plans to delve further into the transfer market following last week’s permanent signing of left flanker Ross Drummond on an 18 month deal.
“We’re in talks with a player at the minute, and are hoping to wrap that deal up early next week after moving on Paul Currie & Scott Dalziel, which has allowed us that freedom.
“There may also be another to come in later in the window, but that depends on whether the right player becomes available”.