John Brough made it two wins out of two as he continued his fine start to life as Cirencester Town manager with a 2-1 victory over AFC Totton.

Following the win over Slimbridge in his first match in the hotseat, Ciren secured another victory at The Corinium Stadium in a game that started in dreadful weather conditions.

The home side started in positive fashion with Jack Freeman and Levi Irving having early shots at goal – one from Irving striking the bottom of the left post – while Craig Feeney fired wide for the visitors.

Cirencester opened the scoring shortly before the midway point of the first-half when Irving volleyed home from eight yards, following a free-kick that had been awarded for a foul on him.

But the lead didn't last long, as just four minutes later, the visitors equalised when Feeney scored at the second attempt after his first effort rebounded back to him.

Cirencester continued to press with Freeman having one effort blocked near the line and another sent wide, whilst Totton replied with counter attacks that often reached the hard-working Feeney, who forced a fine save out of Lewis Clayton.

Within minutes of the re-start Jonny Dennis blazed over the bar when he latched onto a loose ball six yards out, but he made amends a few minutes later when he guided a free-kick into the top left corner to regain the lead.

The industrious Feeney struck the right post just after the hour when he collected the ball in the home penalty area after Clayton had attempted a headed clearance.

Cirencester lost Shayne Anson to injury and had to re-shuffle their back line and with nothing to lose, Totton pressed forward but Cirencester held out to maintain their 100 per cent record under their new manager.