“A COMMITTED and clinical performance” helped Winsford Saxons continue their perfect return from lockdown.

Neston were comfortably beaten 3-0 as Gary Lee Jamieson’s side made it two wins from two since football restarted again.

Callum Parkinson starred on debut after signing from neighbours Middlewich Town as he controlled the midfield.

“We set the tone and attacked from the off,” Jamieson said.

“We carved out a few chances before Jaymie Roberts tapped home from close range to make in two in two since we returned.

“It was one-way traffic, just the final ball or finishing touch stopped us making it two before half time.

“Neston came into the game in the second half but we limited them to long range shots. Joe Evans, Barry Jones and the debutant James Cain commanded the back line perfectly.

“We changed formation after the hour mark, we saw the game off and took back control of the game.”

After Roberts’ early goal, Saxons had to wait until 13 minutes from time to put the game to bed.

When that goal did come, it was well-taken as Callum Herbert committed a defender before slotting the ball into the bottom corner.

Shortly afterwards, substitute Chris Robertson finished the game off in fine style.

He fired a superb effort from the edge of the area into the top corner to round off the scoring.

Saxons will be hoping to continue their form when they host Poulton Vics on Saturday.