The manager added:
“Monday’s result was a perfect response following the FA Cup exit. The performance was excellent and also we kept our first clean sheet of the season.
“After the Cup defeat it’s fair to say there was some debate about what went wrong with everyone airing their views.
“Everyone agreed on the way forward and we spoke about restricting opponents and not allowing them room to play and the team responded in great fashion.
“We’ll be going to Scarborough full of confidence, but it will be a big test for us, they are a strong well organised team with a lot of good players and they will have the backing of a big crowd.
“James Walshaw will be a real threat to us, he is a class striker. We want to go there, keep it tight and see how the game develops.
“We hope to have Liam Hearn and Dom Roma involved again, even though they may start on the bench, we shall have to see how they react to training.”
Ground address: Flamingo Land Stadium, Scarborough Sports Village, 5 Ashburn Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 2JW
Follow A64 into Scarborough passing the Park & Ride, Lidl and Peugeot Garage coming to a set of traffic lights.
At the lights turn right onto Valley Road, continue straight on at the roundabout and take the next right onto Ashburn Road.
Continue straight on and the stadium is at the end of the road past the UTC and Coventry University, including one coach parking space at the end of the road.
The Sports Village is signposted en-route from all directions into the town.
Admission: £10 Adults, £5 Concessions (Ages 12-16, 65+), 11 and under free with a paying adult.
There are a few seats available on the bus leaving Greenwich Avenue / Bagnall Road at 10am, contact email@example.com
Basford United Community play AFC Bridgford at Greenwich Avenue on Saturday, kick off 3.0.
Updated 21:01 - 16 Sep 2018 by Neil McGowan
Community are setting a cracking pace in Notts Senior League Division One, winning all five of their games played, in which they have scored 24 goals, conceding ten.