After two torrid months without winning a game, Kendal finally picked up a much-needed victory bycomprehensively defeating Glossop North End 4-1.

The win was long overdue. Without doubt all the changes Fossie made to the team line up made the difference. Something had needed to give and within a few weeks five new players joined the squad.

Each of the new recruits added strength and quality to the squad, while the new signings also bring much-needed competition for places.

For months fans were crying out for a striker after losing prolific talisman Charlie Bowman through injury and even though it is just one game, perhaps Kyle Sambor could be the ideal replacement. Scoring on your debut is a great way to start.

Defensively the team looked assured, while Bobby Thomas impressed on his debut and for a young lad on loan from Burnley it was pleasing to see him score for the team.

However, shout outs also have to go to the current players such as Scott Harries, Matt Clarke, Brad Carroll, who all did well. Ultimately, though, it was a team effort that gave the Mintcakes that long overdue victory.

Now with four points in the bag from two difficult away games, Kendal can look forward to an equally important home fixture against relegation rivals Chasetown on Saturday.

Chasetown go into the game on the back of a 3-0 win at Widnes, which is a good result for them.

However, from Kendal's point of view another victory would see them build that all-important momentum as they look to pull away from trouble at the wrong end of the table.

In fact the league itself is so unpredictable -  you go on a good run and the league position can change dramatically.

One thing is for sure - it will certainly be an interesting period for the team especially with the traditional (dare I say it) Christmas fixtures coming up.

* What do you think? Could Saturday's game prove to be a major turning point in Kendal Town's season. Please comment below.