Warrington Town manager Mark Beesley says the club’s 20-game unbeaten run in the league is a testament to his playing squad.
The Yellows stretched their recent form with another magnificent display on the road, beating fellow promotion hopefuls Radcliffe 3-0 at the Neuven Stadium.
Connor Woods broke the deadlock with a fine arrowed finish, before substitute Isaac Buckley-Ricketts and captain Josh Amis put the gloss on the performance with goals late on.
“I don’t follow stuff like that, but to go 20 games unbeaten is a credit to the players and a credit to everyone that has put the Warrington shirt on,” he said post-match.
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“We’ve got to keep going because this league is unforgiving.
“We’re playing a team Saturday who are in real form. They’re dangerous because they have the freedom to play and express themselves.
“They’re the hardest teams to play at this stage of the season, in my opinion, so we’ve got to be on our mettle because if we switch off and celebrate tonight, we’ll get beat on Saturday and we can’t afford that.”
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Tuesday’s result means the Yellows have picked up seven points from a possible nine over the last week, following three tricky away fixtures.
Beesley admits that he and the squad are hungry to keep bettering themselves as the end of the season approaches.
“We’re pleased, but we always want more,” he added.
“We spoke on Saturday about how we were a little bit disappointed that we didn’t take three points, but to come here and put a performance like that on, after a tough game on Saturday and the travel last week, was very pleasing.”