Ross travelled away on Saturday to Redbrook Rovers. With Redbrook joint second behind Ross in the table, and with Redbrook’s small narrow pitch making home advantage, Ross knew it wouldn’t be an easy game.

Both teams started well but it was Redbrook that got in the early chances catching Ross off guard. After about 25 minutes of play Ross broke the deadlock with some good play in middle of the park from Callum McCulloch and Mike Harris. Harris then found Paul Wooding in space down the wing for him to whip a inch perfect ball to forward Tom Peachey to slot home at close range, 1 - 0

The second goal came about 10 minutes later when Ross won a corner. Adrian Robertshaw took an inswinging one in which somehow the ball got all scrambled in the box for it to end up at McCulloch’s feet for him to smash it past the keeper to make it 2 - 0 before half time.

Second half and Redbrook came out trying to get that early goal but with Harris, Dan Irvine, Spuddy Jenkins and Jaime Jones keeping things under control from the Redbrook attack and keeper Aaron Thorley picking up the scraps Ross was still very much in control of the game. Substitutes Liam Parry and Shaun Aston came on for Luke Harris and Jones with half hour to go. Parry played a little ball over the top for Wooding to pick up and smash the ball into top corner past the keeper from just inside the box to make the score line 3 - 0. Fifteen minutes left on the clock and keeper Thorley took goal kick for the ball to end up at Peachey’s feet with hesitation from a Redbrook defender, Peachey went on to slot home low past the keeper.

The final score was 4 - 0 to Ross to keep them on top. The Physio and Health Matters Man of the Match went to Mike Harris for his dominant force in midfield.