ANDY Mole saluted his side’s back-to-back wins - then said they need to continue the good work in weeks to come.

The Causeway United boss watched his Midland League Premier side win a thriller with Brocton on Tuesday 4-3 with two goals from Spencer Blackham, one from Josh March and a Matty Gardner penalty. The win though was marred by a straight red card for Sam Beasley which will rule him out in coming weeks.

That followed what Mole described as a ‘bit of a nothing game’ on Saturday when a Gardner goal helped them to a 1-0 win over Shepshed.

“I said I wanted six points from two games and we got them but now with the fixtures we have over the next week and with our current form I’m looking for two more.”

Saturday sees United visit a struggling Loughborough Uni side before Coventry Sphinx come calling on Tuesday night.

“Loughborough haven’t started well but they will come good sooner rather than later, but it’s one we’d hope to win the way we have been playing,” said Mole.

“Sphinx are a funny side. They beat us five at the start of the season then lose by seven to Redditch last week.”

One problem which is facing Causeway is what Mole describes as his ‘keeper crisis’.

Matt Siddaway stepped in on Saturday but the 40-year-old then damaged a calf muscle on Tuesday.

“That is the risk with a player of Matt’s age playing two games in quick succession and. I’m hoping John Hill at Halesowen is going to help us out for this weekend.”