MANAGER Geoff Warner said his Bracknell Town side showed "tremendous resolve and attitude" in beating Ware 3-2 at Larges Lane on Saturday, writes Dave Wright.

They fought back from two goals down to move within one point of sealing their place in the Bostik League's South Central Division play-offs.

Warner and his assistant Michael Butcher changed the game by sending on Seb Bowerman and Adam Cornell for the second half.

Their goals brought the scores level before Bowerman set up the winner for Liam Ferdinand in stoppage-time.

"We were very disappointed with the performance in the first half," reflected Warner.

"Everything we spoke about before the game, we just didn't do. We didn't get good possession of the ball, we didn't make any second balls, we let them in to score, we weren't good at all.

"But at half-time we sent on two substitutes, changed our shape and it paid off, so that was pleasing and in the end we got the result we needed.

"To be able to come from 2-0 down against a team of their quality is a real credit to all our players, it shows their character.

The Robins boss, however, praised Ware, who had blasted his side 7-2 at home last December.

"They are a good side. They had won four games on a spin and before the game were the only team out of the play-off places who could still catch us. But now we are 11 points ahead of them and they have only four games left," continued Warner.

"At the start of the season our target was to reach the play-offs and it looks as we have achieved that, so that is really pleasing."

Second-placed Bracknell can now set their sights on finishing runners-up to Hayes & Yeading, who clinched the title last weekend.

This coming Saturday they visit Northwood. Jordan Brown is available after completing his four-match suspension, but fellow midfielder Jamie McClurg remains doubtful due to injury.