Skem United manager Paul McNally has praised his side after winning back-to-back away games.
His side have shaken off the early disappointment of losing on the opening day of the season to put together an impressive run of form.
The latest points come in two trips against tough opposition in the form of Runcorn Town and free-scoring Charnock Richard.
Despite the 4-2 win, the Skem boss wasn’t impressed at conceding two late goals on their travels.
“Yeah very disappointed that we conceded two, fact is we switched off the last five or 10 minutes but up until that point, we were excellent,” he told Off the Park.
“I think 4-0 flattered them at that time it could’ve been more should we took our chances, we had a goal disallowed, hit the post a few times.
“I think they got away with a 4-2 scoreline, but it was a tough game, we performed well on the day. But three points is all that mattered.”
Tuesday saw a trip to free-scoring Charnock side who scored 19 goals in their opening four matches.
“Thought it was an excellent team performance, it was excellent, they put nine past Ashton [Athletic], five past Prestwich [Heys] and five past Winsford [United] we knew they were a threat going forwards, they started off like a house on fire, all over us.
“The new got a foothold in the game, they didn’t know what hit them so it was an end-to-end game. The second half, I thought we were backs to the wall when you’re away from home, 1-0 and trying to protect a lead then we hit them perfectly on the counter.
“The game plan was executed perfectly, the only sour point was Michael Grogan getting sent off.
But McNally thinks with the players at his disposal, it makes his tactics easy due to the quality they possess.
“I think the lads are buying into what we’re believing in and our philosophies. We’ve got some quality players, so it’s not hard if they give a bit of effort and application then what we’re trying to do is coming across.
“Got to give the players credit, they’re making our systems work. That’s what we want, we’ve come away with six points.”