WARRINGTON Rylands’ superb form continued on Saturday afternoon as they scored four on the road once again.

Michael Clegg’s side were 4-2 winners at Matlock Town to climb to second in the Northern Premier League Premier Division table, with Adamah Sidibeh scoring twice.

Ben Hough opened the scoring early before Sidibeh doubled the advantage as Blues took command inside the first 20 minutes, but Jonathan Margetts struck just before half time to keep the hosts in touch.

Sidibeh’s second was quickly followed by Karl Demidh scoring to keep Matlock in the game, but Scott Bakkor sealed the victory in injury time.

"It was really enjoyable, two teams playing the right way," Clegg said post-match.

"They were good and created a few chances, and we weren’t great defensively. Their 9 and 10 were really lively and it was just a good game.

"Their manager will be gutted to lose and we’re happy to win but on the whole, everyone who came today will have seen some good goals and good football.

"At the moment, I’m having to calm them down – they cannot wait to get out on the pitch together.

"We’ve come a long way in a short space of time but we keep working hard.

"Mo (Touray) failed a fitness test in the warm-up, so Houghy comes in and gets a goal in a few minutes.

"When you’re playing well and winning games, whoever gets their opportunity seems to be taking it."

On two-goal hero Sidibeh, he added: "We’ve got a talent on our hands – he’s got a bit of everything.

"I’ve sold some really good players over the years and he will probably be the next.

"He deserves it, but he’s happy here and we’re looking after him. He’s learning and he’s got great people around him.

"For Adamah, it’s feet on the ground and keep working hard like the rest of us as we haven’t won anything yet."