Jim happy with clean sheet
SHRIMPS' boss Jim Bentley felt his looked the more likely to take all three points against Bury on the final day of the campaign.
The Shrimps had the better of the chances against the Shakers in the 0-0 draw at the Globe Arena but couldn’t find a winner.
Bentley said: “We created plenty of chances.
“In the second half they got on the ball, had decent possession and looked a threat down the flanks but I can’t really remember Barry Roche having to make a telling save.
“We’re both safe and some people will have looked at it as an end of season game, maybe a low tempo, party atmosphere, but credit to both clubs because we both went for the win and gave it our all.
“We created enough chances to score at least one goal but unfortunately we couldn’t.
“There were positives though, it was great that we got another clean sheet to make it two on the spin.
“There were some strong performances and I thought Andy Fleming deserved his man of the match.
“It was a good occasion, we gave it our all, unfortunately we couldn’t get that all important goal to finish with a win.”