Good performance today against a spirited Leigh side but some of their rough tactics wouldn't have looked out of place on a rugby pitch.
In difficult wet and windy conditions we dominated from start to finish and played some decent football.
It was Wardy who had the best chances in the opening half hour!!!
A long range shot over the bar and a curling cross that caught on the wind and needed to be turned over by Paul Crichton were the nearest we came to scoring in the first 20 minutes.
We won a string of corners and free kicks and from one of them, Jon Keeling floated the perfect ball to Ollie who headed home powerfully.
Ben Sedgemore volleyed an effort wide, and Greggors was off target with a header as we finished the half strongly.
We started the second half superbly. A great move saw Jonnie Keeling released dolwn the left and he finished brilliantly with a great low shot.
We got a little sloppy after that and Leigh had a couple of chances to get back in the game. We still looked dangerous on the break and Gav should have buried an effort from a corner turning the shot just wide.
The referee who had previously had a good game then started to lose the plot. He failed to clamp down on the rough house tactics that Leigh employed and then turned down two decent penalty shouts. The first when Ollie was clearly dragged back after Sedgy's shot was saved and then when Junior had a clear chance on goal.
The third killer goal came on the break when Junior was sent clear in the closing minutes and finished superbly.
A good performance that takes us up to 11th.
Superb displays from Gav, Wardy and Dom at the back. Sedgemore controlled the midfield with Jonnie Keeling having another electric performance.
Up front Greggors was strong and Junior showed alot of skill and great movement at times.
Leigh wern't up to much but still three points and victory over Northwich in our next league game could take us as high as fifth!!