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Paris: Hard work is paying off

5 March 2014

Paris Cowan-Hall says the spirit within the Wycombe camp is as high as ever ahead of Saturday’s Sky Bet League 2 clash with Hartlepool United at Adams Park (k.o 3pm).

Wanderers stretched their unbeaten run to five games with a battling point at promotion-chasing Southend last weekend, and Cowan-Hall, who is claiming Blues’ equaliser despite a heavy deflection off keeper Dan Bentley, believes the hard work is starting to pay off.
“You have to stay positive, there’s no point being negative,” said the forward. “The spirit is even better now though that we’re picking up points.

“It was a hard-earned point and we knew when we came down here that it wasn’t going to be an easy point. The gaffer outlined that from the start so we knew we were going to have to graft.

“I’m delighted to get my goal. They scored just as I was about to come on so we’re pleased with the way we’ve come back to get a point.”

When asked if it was his goal, Cowan-Hall added: “Of course I'm claiming that - you can't strike one from 35 yards and not claim it. 

“Last season I headed one and the rest were with my feet. It's good to score with my feet, but it's just good to score at any time. It was a goal from quite far out - it was nice to score like that.” 

Tickets for Saturday’s game from just £5 for juniors, £9 for young adults, £11 for seniors and £15 for adults, while children are FREE! Buy online or call 01494 441118. 
A family of four (two adults & two juniors) can watch for just £25 in the Family Stand.

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