REDDITCH made it two wins on the trot on Saturday for the first time this season with a 13-5 friendly win over Evesham.

The Midlands Four West South side upset the form book against a side who play a division higher.

But Saturday's win and last week's 38-10 win over Warley both came in friendlies and skipper Andy Douglas will want to put some league points on the board with his winless and pointless side propping up the table.

I said it would take a few weeks to come together and we are starting to see results now we are training as a squad, said the injured captain.

We have got organised and changed a few things around in the lineout.

On Saturday the spirit was phenomenal and if we can play like that this week there is no reason why we can't get that first win.

Redditch resume the league programme at Southam on Saturday (ko 2.15pm).

Fly half Gareth Davies returned on Saturday after an ankle injury and number eight Marc Rose played the last 40 minutes after a broken knuckle and is hoping to figure at Southam. Winger Kenny Hadley is set to replace Mark Groom, who has not been registered for league fixtures.