SEDGLEY Tigers rounded off their away campaign with another impressive win on the road at Fylde on Saturday.

The Park Lane outfit notched a seventh successive victory with a 28-12 triumph to go level in third place in National Two North with Huddersfield with one game to play, at home against them on Saturday week.

A third-placed finish may be below expectations at the start of the campaign but after a wretched run of injuries in the first half of the season, to get into the top three would be a creditable achievement, according to assistant coach John Livesey.

He said: “To put together this good run and play as well as we have been doing is full credit to the players.

“It is such a contrast to how things were 10 games ago and shows when we have everyone available we are a team who can beat anyone.”

Saturday’s win at Fylde was mainly one-way traffic with the hosts not registering on the scoreboard until the 61st minute.

By then, Sedgley had scored two tries in each half from Oli Glasse, Richard Lepori, Ben Black and substitute Hallam Chapman.

All four were converted by the in-form Steve Collins who missed a late penalty but it did not affect the outcome.

Livesey added: “The two standout features for us was that our half-backs controlled the game and the whole team defended superbly.

“They had four scrums on our line in the first half and all were repelled.

“The effort from all the boys was tremendous as they put in tackle after tackle and Steve Collins put on another master show of kicking.”