HEREFORD manager Pete Beadle was delighted with his team’s performance as they ‘blew’ away lowly Gosport Borough.

The Bulls dominated possession and scored three second half goals as the visitors had no reply.

“It’s been difficult with the 10 day gap and they have brought in some new players and rejuvenated themselves,” said Beadle.

“They stuck in there and made it difficult for us but we got the goal that settled us down but always knew we needed that second one as well.

“At 1-0 they were always in the game but second half we blew them away and were crisp and slick. On another day it could have been more than four and that’s six clean sheets on the bounce.

“We’re really happy with that and four goals to add to our tally. It was the sort of intensity we need to play at and when we do we’re a really good side.

“In long spells of the game our passing and moving was excellent. Also out of possession when we didn’t have the ball how quickly we won it back.

“We are getting to that really important part of the season and starting to get that intensity now. If somebody said with 14 games to go you would be 10 points clear with a game in hand and all the teams around you have got to come to you as well you would bight their arm off.

“We know even after Saturday it is not over.”

After a dominant opening Hereford were ahead after 13 minutes with Mike Symons heading home from a Billy Murphy cross.

Despite having most of the possession Beadle’s side took until the 64th minute to double their advantage when Jennison Myrie-Williams was played through by Symons and slotted home.

Dara O’Shea made it three on 71 minute picking his spot after Pablo Haysham passed to him in space.

Just a minute later it was four with Symons heading home again when unmarked inside the box.