WINDSOR head coach Anthony Andrews has explained confidence is high amongst his players after a fifth straight win in Southern Counties North this season, writes Rob Stevens.

Windsor beat rivals Slough 52-11 at Tamblyn Fields on Saturday to open up a five-point lead on the chasing pack in the league table.

It is the second match running Windsor have scored over 50 points in and Andrews believes his side have become dangerous in attack, although there is still plenty to work on.

He told the Observer: "Slough done a good job of disrupting us and slowing the game down. It was a very stop-start match and we had to move pitch because of injuries.

"To score over 50 points for the second week on the bounce is a positive, so confidence in the team is pretty high at the moment, and it could've been more.

"We looked pretty dangerous, especially on the turnover. We got a good mixture of tries and are really developing a good mix to our game, and that makes us dangerous.

"That's testament to the hard work in training and all summer really, and it's pleasing to see things are coming together.

"It was a good result and our attack looks pretty good at the moment, but there's still plenty to work on at the moment and we can certainly improve in the set pieces.

"We had someone over from Eton College to add detail to our maul and hopefully we will start to reap the benefits of that.

"We can still add a little bit of detail to our set pieces but our attack looks solid and we're looking good defensively as well."

Andrews continued: "We deserve to be where we are in the league because the guys have worked really hard in the summer and had a strong pre-season. We adapted well and the disruption and chaos actually helped us."

"We are training a bit more consistently at Home Park now, and we're looking forward to playing there again this Saturday to general a real positive vibe around the place."

Windsor welcome eighth-placed High Wycombe this Saturday (2.30pm) and Andrews expects the visitors to put his side under some pressure.

He said: "High Wycombe gave us two really tough games last season but they've had a bit of mixed year so far.

"We will give them a lot of respect but focus on improving ourselves and I'm confident we can continue our winning run of results."