LINNETS officials and fans reflected on progress so far as the first formal elections to the club board were completed.
The result was announced at Monday's SGM.
Meanwhile, Derek Greenwood, chairing the meeting, said he and fellow board members would be driven by the fans.
He said: 'The club is your club. We will have to make decisions now on your behalf.
'But we would hope we would convey your thoughts into the boardroom.'
Greenwood added: 'The time, effort and dedication that has gone on to get the club so far has been phenomenal.
'From every single person on the interim board, the various committees and among the fans, the support has been tremendous.
'The top 10 attendances in our division have all involved Run-corn Linnets.
'We've got the best average attendance, playing out of town.
'If FC United weren't in the First Division, we'd have the best attendances in both divisions.
'There is a great desire for this club to succeed and when we can convince people that we really are serious about coming back into Runcorn, that support will build.'
He stressed: 'We mustn't under-estimate how grateful we are to Witton Albion because there was nowhere in Runcorn where we could play.
'The deal to play at Witton meant everything to us - without it, we might have had to forgo this season and if we had done that, I don't know where we could have gone.
'We have to pull together as fans. I have already seen that happen.
'We also have to live within our means. If that means Runcorn Linnets has to play in North West Counties Two for the rest of its existence, because that is all it can sustain, that's what it is going to have to be.
'But we will do all we can to raise the profile higher. We are seeing the manager doing a good job and a team put together in no time.
'There is a genuine relationship between the fans and players and if that continues, Runcorn Linnets will keep on rising.'
* Having seen games at home to Eccleshall and away to Congleton in the Mid-Cheshire Senior Cup washed out, Linnets hope on Saturday to make their second visit of the month to Castleton Gabriels - this time in NWC Division Two (ko 3pm).