I have to admit I was a relieved man when Benny Igiehon scored the late winner for us against Tadcaster on Monday.
Both sides looked a bit leggy and I couldn’t see it coming until Benny hammered it in.
I’m pleased he’s managed that as he does that consistently in training and it’s good to see him transferring that into games now.
It was a big ask for the lads to go and do it Saturday and Monday, especially at this stage of the season, so they deserve a big pat on the back.
Our back-to-back wins and our superb run of form have now set up a huge game at Colwyn Bay on Saturday.
It’ll be so important for the lads to stick to the game-plan and not play the occasion.
As usual, we’ll let the lads go out and express themselves and hopefully they’ll grasp this opportunity with both hands and not let it pass them by.
We had the great news this week that our first game back in town will be against Sheffield United.
That can only be a positive thing for the club going forward, and hopefully we can set up some good links with them.
Saturday's final fixtures
Bamber Bridge v Ossett Albion
Burscough v Ramsbottom United
Clitheroe v Brighouse Town
Colne v Droylsden
Colwyn Bay v BORO
Glossop v Lancaster City
Goole v Hyde United
Kendal Town v Farsley
Ossett Town v Trafford
Radcliffe Boro v Prescot Cables
Tadcaster v Mossley.