GOALS from Conor Sellars, Tom Corner and Aiden Savory put Tadcaster Albion back on track as they beat visitors Kendal Town 3-1 in Division One North of the Evo-Stik League.

Sellars and Corner put the Brewers in complete control in the first half before, in a spirited fightback by the Cumbrians, defender Mike Aspin pulled one back.

After taking their foot off the gas somewhat, Taddy defended well as a unit and Savory made sure of the points in the 77th minute.

Michael Morton made four changes from the midweek defeat at Goole as Josh Barrett, Joel Dixon, Corner and Pete Davidson all started.

The two teams felt each other out in the opening ten minutes before Albion executed a devastating counter-attack to take the lead in the 14th minute.

Josh Greening turned on the turbo from deep in his own half before sliding in the enigmatic Sellars, who coolly rounded Will Kitchen and stroked the ball home.

This goal only stoked Taddy's confidence as they doubled their lead seven minutes later.

A simple throw-in was cleverly flicked round the corner by Greening into the path of Savory. He threaded it in behind for Corner, who dinked the ball over the advancing goalkeeper.

Just after the Brewers went two goals up, Doncaster Rovers loanee Louis Jones was forced into making a good save for the hosts, tipping Danny McGahon's strike over the top.

Albion, however, continued to control the contest and looked extremely dangerous going forward.

Greening, Savory, Corner and Sellars were all impressively dovetailing in the final third. Chris Howarth and Davidson were also bossing proceedings in the heart of midfield.

Howarth set up another good chance just short of the half-hour mark after letting the ball roll across his body and unlocking space ahead of him.

He threaded it to Savory in behind, whose cross-shot was agonisingly close to Greening.

The interchange of passes was a delight to watch in the first half and Greening was inches away from being clean through after a clever Sellars flick around the corner, but Kitchen raced off his line to clear.

However, the visitors half-threatened ten minutes from the break as a corner kick bobbled around the six-yard box before Corner eventually cleared.

Kendal were clearly given a stern word at the break as they flew out of the traps in the second half.

Richard Seear almost had a clear shot at goal from ten yards but Davidson was in the right place at the right time to intercept.

The Brewers' first real chance of the second half came ten minutes in when again, Savory's cross-shot was incredibly close to Sellars.

This chance may have hurt that bit more three minutes later as Kendal pulled a goal back.

Jones made a good point-blank save to keep the away side out at first before Aspin's skewed shot squeezed in off a post.

Moments after Taddy conceded, Corner and Sellars both pulled up with injuries.

Kendal kept asking questions of Tadcaster at the back but Barrett, Dixon, Andy Milne and Adam Hardy rode out the storm – and the two-goal cushion was restored in the 77th minute.

Davidson, who was a stand-out performer all afternoon, intercepted possession before clipping a perfect ball in behind for Savory, who slid it through Kitchen's legs for his seventh goal of the season.

With valiant Kendal now beaten, Greening almost added the icing on the cake five minutes from time after another brilliant winding run but Kitchen saved well with his foot.