Six points from two physical games and joint top with Lincoln City - the title dream lives on.

Congratulations to boss Mark Cooper and his squad. They have shown courage, unity, skill and determination to beat Sutton on Tuesday and Wrexham over the weekend.

Another two huge tests follow. Solihull at home on Tuesday and then the top of the table clash in the Saturday lunchtime kick-off at Lincoln The gaffer is rotating the squad and using substitutions to avoid undue fatigue.

On Saturday, Wrexham came to bully and destroy in an effort to nullify our superior skill -they failed totally.

All over the field Rovers stood up to them. Captian Liam Noble set a fine example. Everyone followed, keeping control of themselves, the ball and therefore the game. Some second- half passing movements were sublime.

In this aspect of the game keeper Sam Russell was superb. He was proud to tell me he was 98 per-cent success rate.

There was one casualty, Ethan Pinnock who was the victim of a poor challenge. Dale Bennett moved to centre-half and was outstanding. He was my man-of-the-match.

Collectively our midfield was superb, the zest of teenager Charlie Cooper complementing the experience of Darren Carter. Drissa Traore fully deserved his standing ovation when substituted as did our cult hero Christian Doidge.