ECCLESHILL United are finding their way towards the top of their league despite a number of their players getting lost on the way to last Saturday's match.

The team should have headed to Ollerton in Nottingham however five of the team ended up in Ollerton in Cheshire after tapping the wrong postcode into their sat-nav.

Manager Sean Regan said: “We didn’t know what was going on and we had to make several changes to the starting line-up and the subs bench, but, no dramas, no panic and the lads went out there and did the business.

“I haven’t got a clue why they ended up 95 miles away and I don’t think they have to be honest, they finally arrived at the right ground sometime in the second half.

"We had to start new signing Tom Rose, he hadn’t even trained with the other players, Matt Stor came straight in after being away on holiday and Carlton Pownall, who was out of the squad because he was carrying an injury, also started.

“Andy Cooper, our centre midfield player, had to drop in at centre back so it was a great win under the circumstances. To come away with another three points was an unbelievable result considering.

“But that’s what the lads are like now, they are getting more and more confident every game and we won again in midweek. Another good result and against a strong Emley side that will be challenging at the end of the season.

“We’ve added two new signings over the last few weeks, Tom and Browny (Anthony Brown) and they’ve had a direct impact. They have added quality and depth to the squad and provided competition for the lads we already had.

“We’ve now got that balance in the squad and everyone is looking forward to whatever comes next. Whoever we play or wherever we play, right now, we feel we can get a result.”

The game finished 3-1 to the Eagles.