The Bedfordshire hosts claimed the only goal four minutes into the second half to complete an identical double over Saints after also triumphing 1-0 at Westwood Road in the reverse fixture back in October.
Jake Newman failed to take two early chances for Marheineke’s men before Ben Baker and Ben Seymour-Shove – the latter making his 200th appearance for the club – were denied either side of the break.
And captain Robbie Parker then fired over in the dying moments when presented with a chance to hit a dramatic equaliser against his former club, but Marheineke was the first to admit that finding the net at that stage would have been unjust.
He said: “I don’t think we deserved anything out of the game and it would have been a smash and grab had we got a draw.
“I’m disappointed with the performance we produced on a day when we didn’t win enough of the personal battles, 50-50 tackles or second balls.
“Those things are out bread and butter and we’ve been doing them well lately while on a very good run, but we got bullied out of it in many ways by Biggleswade.”
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