WARRINGTON Town bounced back to winning ways with a well-earned victory on the road on Tuesday night.

Recent loan signing Dubem Eze marked his full Yellows debut with a goal as Mark Beesley’s men won 3-1 at Peterborough Sports.

Eze arrowed a low left-footed finish beyond Turbines stopper Peter Crook just after half time to double the visitors’ lead after Connor Woods had put them ahead with a similarly assured strike early on.

The hosts looked to set up a frantic finish when Michael Gash rifled home following a goalmouth scramble, but Matty McDonald hit a late third goal to ease any nerves.

Read Matt Turner's verdict on the game below

WARRINGTON Town are becoming quite the kings of the road.

This result at Peterborough Sports – a well-earned victory that was perhaps more nervy than it needed to be – means they now have the National League North’s third-best away record.

It allowed them to leave their recent struggles on home soil behind and ensure that they will at least have something to show for this most gruelling of runs.

While heavy on the legs, these runs can generate impenetrable momentum if results can be picked up, and that is now what Town will be hoping for.

For a while in the second half, they looked in danger of allowing what seemed to be a comfortable position to slip away.

They were cruising to a routine victory at 2-0 up, with Dubem Eze’s confident finish having added to a trademark Connor Woods effort to put Mark Beesley’s men in command.

However, a home side who had offered precious little capitalised on the imperious Tom Hannigan being off the field for treatment to pinch a goal back and all of a sudden, things became frantic.

To Yellows’ eternal credit, though, panic never set in and slowly but surely, they allowed Peterborough to punch themselves out before Matty McDonald landed a late knockout blow.

The fact the Turbines’ only moment of joy came in the 20 seconds Hannigan was off the pitch epitomised the defender’s display because while he was on it, he repelled everything that came his way.

The team misses him so much when he is not in the side but having missed the weekend’s defeat to Scunthorpe United through illness, he slotted seamlessly back into place at the heart of the defence.

Further up the field, Jay Harris was typically combative and served a reminder of what Town will miss when the three-match ban for his sending-off at the weekend kicks in on Easter Monday.

With Josh Amis limited to a cameo appearance from the bench, Town opted for a more mobile front four and Woods, Eze, McDonald and Isaac Buckley-Ricketts were always a threat on the break.

So Town pass the 60-point mark and keep themselves just about alive in the play-off race.

Maybe…just maybe…

Warrington Town: Atherton, Hannigan, Gumbs, Harris, Woods (Amis), Williams (Grivosti), McDonald, Eze (Walker), Buckley-Ricketts, Wisdom, Clarke. Sub not used: O’Keeffe