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Denny hoping win is turning point

Midfielder calling for Robins consistency

Jay Denny is hoping Saturday's win over TNS can be the turning point in the Robins season as they go in search of more points at Bangor City.

The Robins were unlucky not to take six points from the champions over the Christmas period, and Denny admitted they let TNS off the hook on Boxing Day.

However he believed they deserved the win, and is now looking to kick on.

He said: "The lads were delighted after the TNS win.

"We felt we let them off the hook on Boxing Day and we really wanted to put that right on Saturday.

"After 15 minutes it looked as if it was going to be a long afternoon, but we really dug in and fully deserved the win."

The Robins have seen an upturn in form since November, however before that had failed to put a consistent run together.

Denny admitted it was disappointing the side couldn't gain momentum, but has called on the recent impressive win to be a turning point in the campaign.

He added: "Unfortunately we have not been able to find that level of performance liked we showed last week consistently enough.

"We should take confidence from both of them games now.

"Hopefully it can be the turning point for us and we can kick on for the rest of the season."

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Denny and Mitchell battle for possession on Boxing Day 

Denny was in the team when the Robins suffered a harsh 2-1 defeat to Bangor City earlier in the season.

The Robins levelled before Dean Rittenburg capitalised on a late Dave Jones mistake to earn his side all three points.

Friday will be a different contest, and Denny see's no reason why the Robins can't spring another upset.

And despite some people saying they could make a late burst for the top six, Denny insisted he and his team mates were just focused on Friday's game.

He said: "Mathematically it is possible, and anything can happen in football.

"But it is important we just focus on Friday's fixture and see where we stand after that.

"There is no reason why we can't go up there and get a positive result."