BOSS Chris Cornes enjoyed seeing his Worcester City side do it all in the 4-2 win at Roman Glass St George on Wednesday.

City displayed elements of the free-flowing, attacking football that has gained them so much success this season, but they also showed the "gritty, horrible" side that can be just as important in a title-winning side. 

"I thought we were very good first-half," said Cornes. "We should have scored a couple more and been out of sight but that's sort of been the story of our season," said Cornes.

"In the end, we scored four goals against a very good side. You can see our style of play; we take risks playing out and trying to get forward, but that's our style and we get our rewards and have done for the majority of the season.

"But we also have that horrible gritty side. You can see that in the last five minutes of the game where we're winning headers and making tackles. I think it was a really good performance."

City's Adam Mace capped a dominant opening half-hour with a fine finish into the bottom corner but two goals for Glass in the final 10 minutes of the half saw the visitors down 2-1 at the break.

But Worcester put their foot on the accelerator in the second-half and goals from Calvin Dinsley, Kyle Belmonte and Dylan Hart saw them wrap up three points in style.

"At half-time we were down and it wasn't a case of giving them a rollicking," added Cornes. "We just needed to give them a bit more information about how to get on the ball and hurt them and in that second-half we were unbelievable."

Cornes was keen to pick out Belmonte, who is now the league's top scorer, for particular praise: "With Kyle, I had words with him a couple of games ago and explained how I thought he was floating through games at times but in the last two games, he has carried us and drove us at the pitch.

"But it's the same with players like Dino (Dinsley), they run through brick walls for us. It's a great win away from home, another win chalked off and back to the top of the league we go."