Bury 2-0 Tranmere- Report

Last updated : 31 March 2012 By DSG

Shakers back on winning trail

Bury claimed their first league victory in more than two months, 2-0 over Tranmere, to boost their survival chances.

Second-half goals from Efe Sodje and Giles Coke were enough to halt the Shakers' 13-match winless run, while condemning Ronnie Moore to only his second defeat since being reinstalled as manager.

The visitors made a nervous start and almost fell behind when David Worrall hit the post, while at the opposite end Lucas Akins fired just wide from long-range in a cagey first half.

Nathan Clarke called Owain Fon Williams into action with a dipping volley after the break, but Bury were not to be denied for long.

Minutes later, Steven Schumacher's free-kick was met by the head of Sodje, whose effort looped over Fon-Williams and into the net.

Moments later the Shakers doubled their lead when Coke, sent through on the goalkeeper by Andy Bishop, kept his cool to slot the ball home.

Source: DSG

Source: DSG