CORSHAM Town’s Jamie Harrison says he is pleased with the competitive mindset his players have developed over recent weeks following their 4-2 Toolstation League First Division win at Sherborne Town.

New signing Callum Demkiv put the visitors ahead early on, but Corsham trailed 2-1 before Gary McDermott’s goal restored parity.

Demkiv added a third in the second half before Leigh Rogers snatched a fourth in injury time to seal the win.

Harrison was particularly impressed by his team’s desire to win, as they had to come from behind to stretch their unbeaten run to six games.

“We are doing all right, we are on an unbeaten run and the boys are loving that,” said Harrison.

“Going into half-time a goal down, they didn’t want to lose their unbeaten tally, they wanted to keep it going and they fought back on Saturday.

“The mentality was probably one thing we were missing when we were suffering the odd defeat, but to come back, we have shown that we can do it now.”

Harrison, who is in his first management role, says he enjoying the position and that he has learnt a lot since taking over at the start of the campaign.

“I have learned a lot from when we were losing and it is great to have this little run which we are having,” he added.

“You can see the enjoyment that everyone is having from scoring goals and getting good results.

“Obviously I would like to be a bit higher up in the table, but if we keep the squad going who knows what will happen.”

Devizes Town, who are up to second behind leaders Westbury, produced a routine performance to win 3-0 at home to Wincanton Town.

Tom Slater took his goal tally up to eight for the season with two goals, as Jake Roberts completed the scoring.

Elsewhere, despite taking a surprise lead, Malmesbury Victoria were unable to hold out for the win as they were beaten 5-1 away by Roman St Glass, Josh Hughes on target for the defeated side.

Calne Town’s search for a first win since early September goes after they slipped to a 3-1 loss away to Almondsbury, despite a goal from Mark Dolman.

Chippenham Park failed to build on last week’s win away at Bishop Sutton as they suffered a 2-0 defeat at home to Chard Town.