HEREFORD Lads Club manager Danny Moon feels his side have taken their play up to another level on their new 3G surface.

Lads Club beat Moreton Rangers 6-0 on Saturday, their fifth win from seven games since returning to the 3G surface at the County Ground.

Defender Jamie Cuthbertson scored a brace from set pieces while Liam Jones, Adam Hockey, Olly Price and Tom Bendall also found the net during a convincing display.

"Once we broke them (Moreton) down it was a case of whether they were going to defend or attack and they did neither," said Moon.

"It was a case of attack versus defence for 90 minutes. We did what we needed to do and played alright after Tuesday night (cup win over Hereford FC) and I didn't expect them same levels."

Moon was pleased with the number of scorers as they approach a busy period of the season, starting with another home game against Shortwood United on Tuesday night.

"I think you have got to share the goals around and you can't rely on one person," added Moon.

"I expect them to score goals and if they're not scoring they should be creating."

Lads Club's home record could be what fires them to promotion with 10 of their last 13 league games at the County Ground on the 3G surface.

"We're definitely looking good at home and all of a sudden we have moved on to another level," added Moon.

"On Saturday (away at bottom side New College Swindon) will be the first time we've played on grass for seven matches.

"I know they are bottom of the table but we're going to have to adjust to that to get the result."