And maybe, the change sparked a little a little match inside the players, as the next game was the total opposite. Within six minutes, we were two-nil up, I’d never seen anything like it. Ronnie Dalton and Ben Hunt were already running rings around the Greenways defence, and each of them deservedly bragged a brace, with substitute Grant Carroll taking his chance well late on. However, despite all the attacking prowess, we still looked shaky defensively, despite putting in more effort on training ground. They scored, once again, by an individual mistake coupled with a poor team effort to stop the mistake happening in the first place – Bryan pressed up high, but missed the interception and the scorer – Cooper – found himself in on goal, and a fantastic finish over Seward rounded off the defensive horror show. But, apart from that, I cannot be anything but impressed with how we blew the opposition away, who now languish bottom of the league – and it is clear to see why.