PLAYER-COACH Aaron Nell saluted his side has they battled back to collect their fifth consecutive win after coming from behind twice to beat Bracknell Bees on Sunday night.

The Link Centre men followed up their over-time success over Telford at home on Saturday to secure a second four-point weekend in a row.

The Wildcats chief says he was pleased with how his side were able to pounce in the third period to pinch a victory.

“We had a really good third period, it is another good win for us and a win we are happy with,” he said.

“When teams do go ahead, it is important to stay close to them, but the third period was when we got our chances and we took them.

“In the final 10 minutes we played really well and controlled the game.”

The first period saw Nell's troops fall behind early on, when Callum Best found a way through in the 12th minute of the game.

After the restart, teenager Jordan Kelsall levelled proceedings before the hosts regained their one goal advantage through James Galazzi in the 34th minute.

A third period push saw the Wildcats claim the win, as Jan Kostal restored parity before Nell’s brace secured a 4-3 victory After a turbulent run of form, the club are now on a five-game winning streak, something Nell believes has come at the perfect time for his troops.

“It’s very important that we got the win, I think that is five in a row now and we are constantly trying to build to get ourselves in the best spot possible,” added Nell, who is happy with his recent goal scoring form.

“I got some great plays to me from Sam Zajac and Max Birbraer, to get put in those situations so my job to put it in the net is the easy bit.

“Jan scored two big goals for us this weekend too and if we can get him going, he has the potential to get a lot of goals.

“If we can get myself and Jan going scoring goals more regularly then we will be in a great spot.”