It was the longest away trip of the season, but Brakes secured a 2-0 victory over Blyth Spartans this afternoon.
Brakes had an excellent first fifteen minutes and a brilliant first half. On six minutes Edwards headed home from a Dunbar free kick. Dunbar himself then scored on 32 minutes with a 25-yard free kick that dipped over the wall and went off the inside of the post leaving the keeper stranded.
Ahmed Obeng and Matt Stenson both have chances to score before half time.
The home side got a penalty on 64 minutes for a push in the back, but penalties don't faze us and Breeden made the save, anticipating the right way to go.
On 70 minutes Clarke cleared off the line from a free kick.
Brakes could have added a third in injury time, but Dwyer opted to shoot rather than passing.
Brakes are now 8th, behind Brackley in the play off places on goal difference.
Attendance 596, no figures on dogs.
The coach had to stop at Leicester Forest East on the way back, but the players seem to have enjoyed themselves judging by the photos on social media.