WARRINGTON Rylands' stunning away record remains intact following their trip to promotion rivals Hyde United.

A goalless draw with the side immediately below them allowed Blues to remain second in the Northern Premier League Premier Division table and firmly on course for a play-off spot.

It is a 17th away game without defeat for Rylands in the league this season and they remain the only side in English football's top seven tiers not to have lost away from home during this campaign.

And while his side had to ride out periods of pressure at the Project Solar Stadium, with Hyde hitting the woodwork in the second half, player/caretaker co-manager Sam Wilson was happy with how his side handled the hosts in the main.

All in all, it is a result he was happy to bring back to Warrington.

Warrington Guardian: Player/co-caretaker manager Dean Furman holds off a challengePlayer/co-caretaker manager Dean Furman holds off a challenge (Image: Mark Percy)

"It’s a good point – it’s a tough place to come," he said.

"They’re a really strong side and they’ve got some attacking dangers but I thought we managed that really well for the majority of the game.

"They’ve hit the post and we made a good clearance off the line, which you expect to have to do at a place like this.

"You expect to have to ride a bit of a wave at times, but we could have been better in the final third to cause them more problems."

Warrington Guardian: Djavan Pedro looks to carve out a shooting opportunityDjavan Pedro looks to carve out a shooting opportunity (Image: Mark Percy)

Rylands have another chance to extend their away record in their next game, which is a trip to Morpeth Town on Easter Saturday.

Three points will take them another step closer to securing a play-off berth - their cushion inside the top five is five points after today's fixtures - and that is precisely Wilson's aim for the lengthy journey up to Northumberland.

"We’re looking forward to it and we want to hold onto that record for as long as we can," he said.

"We’ve been to some really tough places this season and have maintained it, so our aim is to hold it for as long as we can.

"It will be a good game, but we’re going there for three points."

Warrington Rylands: Pilling, Smith, Swaby-Neavin, Neild, Butler, Furman, Hardcastle (Parkin), Hough, Pedro (Cockerline), Touray, Baillie (Brockbank). Subs not used: Adams, Duffy