Radcliffe FC made it two league wins from two as they beat Nantwich Town 1-0 in great fashion at the Weaver Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Kingsley Williams grabbed the only goal of the game late in the second half after plenty of Boro chances went begging.
Jon Macken’s men moved up to 15th after Saturday afternoons action with a trip to Lancaster City now on the cards as the Boro look to move up the table.
The Boro started the bright of the two sides, Tom Brown had a great chance within 60 seconds but his shot was easily collected by Greg Hall in the Dabbers goal.
Just three minutes later Liam Ellis brought the ball down well and fed Tyrese Sinclair. The youngster found Ben Wharton but he couldn’t get the ball out of his feet to fire goalwards.
Ollie Martin was called into action on 15 minutes. He was forced into a smart low save to keep the score level.
Jon Macken was forced into a substitution on 20 minutes. Matt Hughes was forced off through injury with Kingsley Williams replacing him.
He was called into action within a minute. He pulled the ball down before unleashing a powerful shot which was collected by Hall in the Nantwich goal.
Moments later it should have been in the lead. Wharton forced a smart save from Hall from very close range.
The ball was in the back of the net on 26 minutes. Rick Smith fired a great shot back towards goal but it was ruled out by the linesmans flag for offside.
Hall was called into action once again by Liam Ellis, his header looked to open the scoring but for a great stop by the man in the Nantwich goal.
Substitute Vlademar Schouboe had the Dabbers best chance but his header went narrowly wide of Martin’s goal.
With 15 minutes left to play Nantwich were awarded a penalty. Prince Haywood brought down a Dabbers forward in the build up.
Martin produced a brilliant save from the spot kick to keep the game level and then proceeded to save the rebound.
Just four minutes later the Boro had taken the lead. Matty Crothers played a great ball into the box which Ellis left for the substitute Williams to put home to give Macken’s men a well deserved lead.
The Boro held out the remaining minutes to claim all three points in a dominant display at a tough ground.