Manager Gary Allanson was pleased to follow up last week’s East Riding Senior Cup win over Reckitts with the league victory over Liversedge.
He said: “The first 30 minutes we were very good and were creating chances and managed to score three goals.
“We worked on a few things in training on Thursday after having Liversedge watched and it all came to fruition, especially our movement and quality of our front three and the quality of the service into the penalty area.
“We had players missing and some not at 100%, carrying little niggles, but getting to 3-0 up so quickly gave us the opportunity to give players a good run out and enabled us to give our new signing Lewis Poucher a good 35 minutes to break himself in and get used to the players after having just met them.
“We also had young Tom Waudby on the bench for us which is great experience for him and we will keep him involved as much as possible, but also need to be careful with him because of his age.
“Injuries are clearing up now and availability will be a lot better for us within the next week, so we will be at full strength and that will be a little bit of a headache as we can’t keep all players involved and they will need to be patient and take the opportunity when it comes up.”