SOMEONE was standing next to our dugout and he just said ‘What a game!’ for 90 minutes – and he was right.

It was an absolute cracker and it could have been 8-7 When we were 2-0 down after four minutes I thought ‘Here we go again’ as our away form has not been great, but the lads surprised me. And to end Beaconsfield’s unbeaten run at home after 14 months was something special.

It was a great result for us and the game that proved how far we have come.

It is just frustrating that it took two months to undo and then rebuild this team.

I have asked a lot of them and laid it on the line to a few and they are reaping the rewards.

We will take each game as it comes and just see where it takes us.

They are seven unbeaten and they want to make it eight against North Leigh on Saturday. They were uncontrollable after the game and they are really geeing one another along to keep the run going.

I have got to make sure complacency does not set in.

I thought we deserved to win on the chances created. After the opening, I never felt we were really threatened but we looked dangerous every time we went forward.

That’s the first time my two wide men (Steve Davies and Carl Brown) have played well in the same game. Beaconsfield hated Browny because he was a problem all night.

With Scott Mason being ill, Spud (Lee Spalding) had to come in at left back which is not his position, and he did really well.

The same goes for Craig Curtis, who had to come on early for Russ Courtney. He has obviously played his way right into the frame.

And I thought Tom King was excellent n the second half.

It is some time since we have scored from corners but we did it for both our first two goals. And we simply carved them apart for the third, when Davo was left with a one-on-one.

It has taken a long time, but I see in the league table that our goal difference is back to zero.