BROMSGROVE made it five games unbeaten as they overcame Kettering.

In-form Boars won 48-12 last Saturday to go fourth in the Midlands Premier.

Head coach Dan Protherough said: "It was a strong performance from us and we played really well to be fair.

"We started well without taking our chances. We found it very easy to get into their 22 but then made a few silly mistakes which meant the game stayed at 0-0 for quite a while.

"We eventually made that pressure count to take a lead in at half time and then scored quite soon after half time as well.

"The most pleasing thing is that it was a very strong team performance with lots of players contributing."

Bromsgrove will look to continue their unbeaten run when they go to Newport this Saturday.

"It will be an interesting test for us. They are a good side with big forwards that like to carry the ball hard," said Protherough.

"We just need to approach it the same as we always do and go into the game with confidence.

"About two or three years ago we decided to focus mainly on our own game rather than worrying about what the opposition will do and that has worked really well for us."