SEDGLEY Tigers coach Geoff Roberts has warned against complacency after his side maintained their 100 per cent start to the National Two North season with a 33-21 victory at Hinkley.

The Park Lane outfit's fourth straight win kept them second in the table, level on points with Stourbridge but behind them on points difference.

They had the opportunity to bridge a gap of 13 points to Stourbridge after storming into a 28-0 lead at Hinkley, but let the home side back into the game in the second half.

And after missing out on promotion last season, when Sedgley were runners-up behind Macclesfield, Roberts wants his players to make the most of their early season form.

"We really are happy where we are, but we know there are are one or two things we have to work on and tighten up a bit," said Roberts.

"It's not the first time this season that we have stormed into a lead and then taken our foot off the gas.

"I don't know quite what the reason is, but once we have built up a comfortable lead we have just let it slip a bit in the second half of games.

"It's not like we have ever been under threat, but it is something we have to look at as all these things can make a difference.

"The only reason we are not top right now is because we have let teams back into matches and conceded points late on in games."

Summer signing Max Skofic opened the scoring for Sedgley after only seven minutes with his third try of the campaign.

It was the first of four unanswered converted tries for the Tigers, with Jamie Harrison, Steve Collins and Callum McShane all crossing the line for Sedgley inside the opening 43 minutes.

The home side pulled a try back before Jack Warrington rounded off the scoring for Sedgley in the 58th minute with a fifth try of the game, all five of which were converted by Collins.

But Hinkley were quickly awarded a penalty try to reduce the deficit and ran the ball over again before the final whistle to take the gloss off another decent Tigers display.

"It would have been nice to kick on after having such a strong start, but the important thing is that we kept up our winning start and are in good form," added Roberts.

"What the lads did really well was take their chances.

"All of our tries seemed to come from Hinkley mistakes, which we were quick to react to and punish.

"What is great to see is how our new players have settled in.

"Max Skofic scored again and is playing really well, while Sean Needham has made an excellent start and players like Alex Powell and Richard Wainwright, who has returned following a year out with injury, are performing to a really high standard.

"We also have player still to come back from long-term injuries so it all bodes well for another good campaign."

Sedgley will bid to make it five wins in a row at home to mid-table Tynedale on Saturday, kick off 2.30pm.