WARRINGTON Town produced an excellent display on the road to stretch their current unbeaten run.

Three goals in seven second-half minutes allowed them to run up a dominant scoreline against Bishop’s Stortford to record their first league away win since August.

> Read the post-match thoughts of Town boss Mark Beesley here

Town were rewarded for a fast start with Connor Woods’ opening goal, but the hosts responded strongly and Mark Beesley’s men were indebted to goalkeeper Dan Atherton for keeping them ahead at the break as he saved Tosin Olufemi’s penalty after being ruled to have felled Zain Walker inside the box.

Once Fraser Alexander was sent off for the hosts for a second yellow card after the break, however, Yellows ruthlessly moved clear.

Woods finished well having been set up by Josh Amis for his second goal before the two switched roles for the third goal on the counter-attack, with Woods clipping the ball across for Amis to mark his first league start of the season by tapping home.

Isaac Buckley-Ricketts added a fourth as a result of another counter-attack and while Olufemi did get the hosts on the scoresheet by converting from the spot late on at the second time of asking, Beesley and his players got the job done impressively.

Read Matt Turner's verdict on the game below...

IS this more evidence that Warrington Town are starting to find their feet in the National League North?

In terms of result, most definitely as they extended their mini-revival for a fourth unbeaten league game in a game that had some parallels with their finest hour in Step Two thus far.

Like the opening day thrashing of Southport, they fought out a half-time advantage before ruthlessly exposing their hosts as they were forced to open up in search of a way back into the game.

Bishop’s Stortford were firmly in the game even in the period after Fraser Alexander’s sending-off as they had the lion’s share of possession despite being a man light.

Once Connor Woods had plundered his second goal in what was a pleasing return to form for him, the result was beyond any doubt.

That was one of three rapier-like raids in seven second-half minutes that saw the game go from all to play for to all over very swiftly.

They patiently waited for their hosts to make a mistake and once they did, they struck led by the searing pace of Isaac Buckley-Ricketts, the unshakeable up-front presence of Josh Amis and the cool finishing and positional discipline of Woods.

As Mark Beesley said in his post-match interview, however, there will be elements of Town’s performance upon which to improve as the dominant final scoreline did not quite reflect the true nature of the contest.

Town’s lead was deserved when it came midway through the first half, with the opening quarter seeing them sweep forward with authority and cohesion.

From that point on, however, the hosts stepped up a gear and at times, Town found themselves hanging on and thankful for Dan Atherton for saving a penalty that looked set to send the two sides in level at the break.

Out of possession, they will have to be tighter and more organised as too often they found themselves split open.

As the saying goes however, the best time to fix a leaky roof is when the sun is shining.

Warrington Town: Atherton, Walker, Woods (Bennett), Williams (Hannigan), Amis (Buckley), Dixon, Buckley-Ricketts, Duggan, Wisdom, Grivosti, Clarke. Subs not used: Goudie, Gill