Borough showed their quality by accounting for another of the
title chasing sides trying to topple them off the top spot.
Nuneaton's lead at the top is now thirteen points and no one seems able to stop them
running away with the championship.
Goals from Ian Muir and Barry Williams set them on the way, but the loss of Williams
with a head injury shortly before half time altered the course of events and by the end
they were pleased to hear the last whistle.
Muir gave them a fourth minute lead from the penalty spot after Shaun Wray was felled
by Ian Payne.
Eleven minutes later Williams was perfectly placed to head in Steve Prindiville's free
kick and victory looked a comfortable conclusion.
But the scorer was taken off with a head injury and Andy Taylor reduced the arrears in
the last seconds of the first half.
The visitors went close on a couple of occasions in the second period but Borough
showed their defensive qualities to hang on to claim the three points.
Nuneaton Borough: Williams R., Everitt, Prindiville, Simpson, Williams B., Angus, Wray,
O'Connor, Thomas, Muir, Gardner.