Steve Davis gives us his post-match reaction following 3-1 win over Doncaster
The boss added: "It is great for young Callum to score his first goal and it will give him a massive confidence boost. We used today to use him in a different position because we want him to be more dangerous in and around the opposition box because we believe he will score goals. He showed great energy and flashes of his skill and we were delighted with his performance. Charlie just needed a rest after playing last week and I chose to play Callum in a more advanced role to see how he would do."
"They were three really good goals from us and it was great to get that win for the fans. Hopefully we can start to put some smiles back on their faces and we won't be letting up now. I want us to end the season with two good performances and two wins if we can, so we will prepare for Sunday and go to Fleetwood looking to win the game.
"I thought here we go again when Rowe has turned on the edge of the box and his shot has hit Harry (Davis) and spun right into the corner but the players responded really well. Callum (Ainley) showed great energy and desire to get his goal and Marcus produced a fine finish to put us ahead. Brad cut in really nicely before drilling his shot into the bottom corner in the last minute and it was a good feeling to know we had won a tough game against an opponent with plenty to play for.
Following the 3-1 win for the Railwaymen, boss Steve Davis told crewealex.net: "It mirrored a lot of our games this season but today we have scored three really good goals to win the game. We have won 3-1 so you have got to be happy with that because it has been a long time coming. It is a good way to end our games at home and we have to take that forward into next season.
Crewe Alexandra ended their home fixtures with a fine 3-1 victory over Doncaster Rovers this afternoon and ended a run of 15 games without a win. Youngster Callum Ainley scored his first goal at senior level to even things up before half-time before second half goals from Marcus Haber and Brad Inman sealed Crewe's first win since early February at home to Rochdale.