PAGHAMS young Lions continue to frustrate with back-to-back victories once again the goal laid down by joint managers Richie Hellen and Tom Simmonds.
The Nyetimber Lane side have been inconsistent all term, winning five and losing five of their matches in the SCFL Premier so far leaving them ninth in the 22-team division.
That rollercoaster form rolled on this past week, with an excellent last-minute victory over Broadbridge Heath followed by a midweek loss to Lancing at home.
With third bottom AFC Uckfield Town visiting Nyetimber Lane tomorrow (3pm), the management duo will be hoping their young charges can notch up a much-needed win to push them up the table.
Then, the Lions will continue their defence of the Peter Bentley Cup on Tuesday visiting Crawley Down Gatwick in the third round (7.30pm).
They will be looking to the older more experienced members of the squad for leadership, particularly striker Scott Murfin, whose 90th minute strike at Broadbridge Heath earned Pagham a crucial away win.