WHARFEDALE coach John Feeley will hoping for another clinical display as the Greens look to keep their winning run going against South Leicester this Saturday.

"There were signs in the first half of us being the dominant team," said Wharfedale coach John Feeley. "We were playing some outstanding rugby, but we also had a bit of indiscipline before half-time.

"In the second half, we were really ruthless in our kicking strategies and kept the ball in their half. When we had the ball, we put the pressure on.

"It was a clinical game plan that forced them to make risky passes, one of which led to Harry Bullough's interception try."

The win comes on the heels of two victories at home to Hull Ionians and away to Preston Grasshoppers, and it keeps up the Greens' momentum.

Although those two wins were against teams higher in the league, Feeley said the victory at Macclesfield was just as pleasing, if not more so.

"I was as pleased by this win because it was against a team desperate for points," he said. "It's easier to be motivated to win games against league leaders or teams where you know the players or coaches.

The victory at Macclesfield was Wharfedale's second away win in a row and is their third league victory on the bounce.

"Getting a win on the road is very difficult and we've now done it back to back," said Feeley.

Wharfedale will now host South Leicester this Saturday, and they will be hoping to do the double on a team they beat in horrible weather conditions in late October.

"We had a really good win down there," said Feeley, who recalls Jack Blakeney-Edwards' penalty kick in the dying moments securing a close 22-19 victory.

"South Leicester are a very physical team who try to disrupt the ruck," he said. "They're strong in the pack and have some very direct runners."

Feeley also said that South Leicester tend to have a lot of players on loan from bigger Midlands clubs like Coventry.

Wharfedale will be without influential centre Ben Blackwell, who suffered a knee injury and missed last weekend's game.

The club are awaiting results of a scan on his knee, but Feeley said Blackwell could face a longer spell on the sidelines.

"It's sad newa for Ben because he's been outstanding for us and recently won the National League Two North player of the week award," said Feeley. "But we're fortunate to have good strength in depth. Louis Brown came in and made his debut at full back while Harry Bullough moved over to centre."

After taking a heavy landing at the weekend, Sam Gaudie will be facing a fitness test for this Saturday's match, which kicks off at 2pm at the Avenue.