RADCLIFFE Boro's climb up the Unibond Division One table continued with a 2-1 away win at Winsford United.

Three wins on the spin has seen Boro jump out of the bottom two drop places to 16th in the table, with games in hand on every other club.

Despite the success in the previous two outings, manager Kevin Glendon added two new faces to the starting line up for the Winsford game with experienced defender Gus Wilson making his debut after signing from Hyde United and midfielder Lee Croxton playing his first game after his move from Southport.

Boro went a goal down on 13 minutes when a half-cleared free kick was knocked back in and David Mayes headed United in front.

On 22 minutes, James Price played the ball long and Croxton broke free to crown his debut with a crisp finish into the bottom corner from the edge of the area.

Five minutes after the break, a long throw from Tony Whealing had the Winsford defence in a panic and striker Mark Carter was fouled.

Lee Kissock, another recent Boro signing, scored from the penalty spot.

Boro had to withstand heavy Winsford pressure but it was a situation that new signing Wilson revelled in.

He was pipped to the man of the match nomination by Croxton.

Tomorrow night, Boro face the long trip to Guiseley.