RAMSBOTTOM United manager Mark Fell wants his players to follow up their first away win of the season with another on Saturday at bottom club Goole.

The Rams took just two points from their previous seven matches before knocking Bamber Bridge off the Evo-Stik North top spot with a 3-2 victory at the weekend.

It ended a run of three straight defeats in the league and Fell has challenged his players to propel the club back up towards the promotion places after falling down to 11th.

"I’m delighted for the lads, away from home we’ve not got what we deserved but today we dominated large spells and took our chances," he said.

"We made it tough in the closing stages and fair play to Bamber they were very resilient.

"I thought Phil Dean and Jerome Wright tortured them at times and Jacques (Kpohomouh) at centre-half had a great debut.

"The key for us was to get the away win monkey off our back.

"We have to push on now. We’re four points off the play-offs and we need a bit of a run to put us back into the mix, but I feel this group of players are capable of that."

Kpohomouh and Yves Zama both made debuts for Rammy after arriving from Southport last week.

Sadly, Zama's promising first start for the visitors was curtailed through injury after just 15 minutes. With Greg Daniels suspended, it was left to centre-back Sam Heathcote to deputise up front.

After an even opening 20 minutes, the Rams took the lead when Eddie Moran drilled in his second goal in three matches after a surging run from the halfway line to the edge of the box.

The Rams doubled their lead just before the hour mark when Dean's shot came back off the post and Jerome Wright rifled in the rebound.

More wing wizardry from Dean set up Heathcote for a simple tap-in from two yards as the visitors went 3-0 up with 15 minutes remaining.

But Bamber Bridge scored twice in the final six minutes to set up a tense finale.

James Boyd headed home their first goal on 84 minutes and Alistair Waddecar slammed in the loose ball in the fifth minute of stoppage time, but Rammy were able to hang on.