Richardson enjoyed victory

Accrington boss Leam Richardson hopes the 3-2 win over Barnet will provide a huge confidence boost for his side.

Last Updated: 16/03/13 at 19:44

Leam Richardson: Revels in victory

Leam Richardson: Revels in victory

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Stanley remain bottom despite Lee Molyneux scoring a 34-minute hat-trick before Elliott Johnson and Ross Jenkins replied.

Richardson said: "We know Lee can do that and he will get the headlines but everyone played well. We played some fantastic stuff in the first half and we deserved to lead 3-0.

"They scored just before half-time which was a sucker punch. You have no divine right to dominate for 90 minutes and they had to come at us, but we were up for the challenge and it was a deserved win.

"I have always believe in what I do and I believe we will get out of this. You have got to have quality, heart, application and togetherness and we have it in abundance."

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