AN Andy Kinsey double helped Nantwich Town to their second win in a week against Ramsbottom United on Saturday.
Following the disappointing 2-0 reverse against FC United last week, the Dabbers sank Trafford 2-1 on the Tuesday and were dominant in this victory at Jackson Avenue.
But despite his team enjoying a rich vein of form, play-er-manager Steve Davis still thinks they aren't getting their fair share of luck.
He said: 'It was a very satisfactory result. We dominated the game for long periods and created many chances but that little bit of luck that you need at times eluded us.
'I was pleased with the debut of Mark Fitton on the left side of central defence. In the three games he has played for us he has started in different positions so he has done well to adjust.
'The only criticism that I have is that we looked a little nervous at times in defence but did get stronger as the game wore on.'
A special finish from winger Danny Griggs ensured there would be another three points on the board come 5pm, but Ramsbottom were out of the traps early and almost caught the home side napping in the seventh minute.
Striker Lee Cryer's cross struck the underneath of the bar before Rob Hackney retrieved the situation by turning to snatch the ball, just before it dropped over the line.
But Nantwich gathered their wits, taking the lead in fine style two minutes later when Bott delivered a cross to the back post that initially struck the head of a defender
before being met by Kinsey who rose high to head home through a narrow gap into the corner of the net.
The Dabbers increased their lead in the 37th minute when Kinsey held off a couple of defensive challenges before placing an angled shot from 15 yards into the back of the net, via a deflection.
The home side switched off deep in their own half on 44 minutes, allowing midfielder Macdonald to unleash a fierce 20-yard strike that fizzed into the back of the net.
In the second half Reade set up Griggs whose overlapping run allowed him to deliver a cross-field ball to the left side of the goal, the ball flying across the face of the beaten keeper but, agonisingly just wide of goal.
Seconds later Kinsey produced similar from the opposite flank and once again with the keeper beaten the ball sailed inches wide of goal.
In the 54th minute Kinsey, Beasley and Griggs combined in an impressive midfield move that carved open the visitors. Beasley fed Griggs who swept in a magnificent angled strike past the diving Campbell from just inside the area.
Ramsbottom were quiet for the remainder of the half, but nine minutes from normal time, they produced a threat when midfield substitute Mathews delivered a dangerous looking ball from the left that sailed past Hackney before narrowly avoiding the opposite angle of post and bar.
* Nantwich hosted Atherton LR as the Chronicle went to press last night and they play Deeping Rangers at Jackson Avenue in an FA Cup preliminary round on Saturday.