Tuesday Aug 12, 2014
In fact, the best way you can describe the points haul after the opening two games is excellent and Lambs boss Dale Belford was enthusiastic about his sides start to the campaign.
"I said to Steve (Farmer) that there was one chance left for us tonight and I was right (!) and Kayden (Jackson) took it well. He is a great talent and one to watch. But the fact that we kept on going epitomises how we want to play at The Lamb this season.
"I started four strikers tonight so that signals our intention and we also want to entertain as well as win our home games and then pick up as many points as we canon the road, so it's a near perfect start for us. We will be looking to continue in the same vein on Saturday and there will undoubtedly be a great atmosphere as County will swell the crowd,
"The team spirit is there and the lads work hard for each other. Leon (Mettam) and Kev (Thornton) are not fully fit - this is almost like their pre-season - but to see them play like that now you have got to think that when everyone is firing we will be a handful and hard to beat.
"But there is no pressure on the lads other than to just go out and enjoy the games. The floodlight problem did disrupt us tonight but we got back into it and made it count and hopefully it will be the start of a good run."
Our next Vanarama Conference North game is on Saturday when Stockport County visit for a 3pm kick off.