York City manager Nigel Worthington described it as a "job well done" as his side extended their wonderful winning sequence to six games.
|"We limited them and did our job well" - Nigel Worthington|
On loan winger Will Hayhurst grabbed his first senior goal with a deflected eleventh-minute effort as the hosts inflicted more misery on a determined Torquay United side.
The Minstermen are now back in the play-offs and a couple points clear of both Southend United and Plymouth Argyle.
"I thought we started the game off very well," Worthington told BBC Radio York
. "The first 25 minutes we got the goal which is obviously key. Then the last 20 minutes of the first half I thought we got a bit untidy with our play.
"Another goal would have been nice to kill the game off, but I thought we managed the game very well," he added. "We limited them and did our job well."Video Link: York City 1 Torquay United 0
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