Cully 'chemistry' has been key
MIKE Taylor believes the chemistry being shown by his Cullompton Rangers team is the key behind the club's recent upturn in fortunes.
The Speeds Meadow outfit have won their last two games to leave them fourth from bottom.
And Taylor praised the efforts of players old and new at the club, claiming it has led to a complete change in mentality.
"The lads who were already here when I arrived have come on leaps and bounds. They are getting better, working hard and looking much more like a team," said Taylor, who saw their match away to Tavistock on Saturday postponed.
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"The lads who I brought in have settled in and gelled very well and there is a good bit of chemistry there.
"But you need to keep playing matches to keep that going and unfortunately that is what we are not doing at the moment due to postponements."
Elsewhere, Witheridge boss Chris Vinnicombe was glad of a mid-week friendly against North Molton, after their Saturday fixture at Ivybridge Town was also postponed.
Goals from Steve Ebdy and Jordan Charran secured a 2-1 win at Edge Down Park, and Vinnicombe was pleased with the result.
"I think that has really helped us because it has been so long since we played," he said, ahead of Saturday's visit by Newquay.
"It was nice of them to come down and it was good that we managed to use plenty of players, get some match action and get some minutes on the pitch.
"I told the chairman that we had reached the point where we had not played in so long that we had to play a match, even if it did cut the pitch up a bit.
"He agreed and got back to me a couple of hours later saying North Molton had agreed, so it worked out well."