Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Shakers Are Turning Gigg Lane into 'A Fortress'

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Shakers Are Turning Gigg Lane into 'A Fortress'

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BURY midfielder Nicky Adams says he and his team-mates are beginning to make Gigg Lane a 'fortress' following their 2-0 win over Exeter City on Saturday.

Jay O'Shea opened the scoring towards the end of a dominant first half for the Shakers, firing an effort from the edge of the box into the top left corner.

Forward Byron Moore then rounded the goalkeeper with 15 minutes to go to secure the three points after Joe Murphy had saved a penalty from Exeter forward Jayden Stockley.

The result means Lowe's side have still only lost one league fixture at home so far this season when Richie Bennett secured a narrow 1-0 victory for Carlisle United in September.

"I think anyone that comes here knows that they're in for a tough afternoon" said Adams.

"Exeter are a really good side and they were for the majority of the game. …

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