Diego De Girolamo kept the Leamington goalkeeper busy throughout Buxton's visit (Tuesday February 14th) and in the 32nd minute he beat him comprehensively to score the only goal of the game. That makes it 10 points from the last 12 in the Vanarama National League North for the Bucks, with four clean sheets in a row. Full Match Report HERE
Team manager Craig Elliott concluded that confidence is building after another forward-moving performance.
Craig said: "It was a good away win and you can see the spirit and togetherness in the camp. We played well but had to ground out the result, under stiff pressure at times. It was a good goal from Diego, who has been creating plenty of chances and let's hope he'll be banging in more over the coming weeks.
"Some of the lads are playing through injuries and others are on the way back, recovering from their time out. In particular, we'll soon have more attacking options to help us continue with the improvement. These midway matches away are tough, so it will be good to be on home ground again on Saturday."
The points at Leamington could be invaluable, as the run of difficult away games continues, thankfully interrupted by the home match against Southport this Saturday, kick-off 3pm.
After that, it will be trips to fourth-top Darlington, seventh-placed Chorley and King's Lynn Town, second in the table, before the next match at the Tarmac Silverlands, entertaining Gloucester City on March 4th.