DUDLEY Kingswinford made it four wins on the spin by putting Lutterworth to the sword last Saturday.

Third-placed DK kept the heat on the top two in Midlands One West with a 59-27 away success.

Director of rugby Neil Shillingford was pleased with the bonus point victory and is targeting a repeat when Melbourne visit Heathbrook this Saturday (2.15pm kick-off).

It's an opportunity for DK to make further progress due to second-placed Burton facing fourth-placed Rugby Lions over the same weekend.

Shillingford said: "It was a good away win that included the bonus point as well, so we ticked all the boxes.

"If I'm being hypercritical then I'd look at the last 15 minutes when we let in a few scores.

"The lads came off disappointed with that because they know they switched off.

"If we want to be up there challenging for promotion we need to be ruthless and just keep racking up the points when we're on top.

"That was the only negative and we'll learn from it.

"Beside that we have again played some great rugby and did what we needed to do."

On Saturday's meeting with Melbourne, he added: "It is a trip into the unknown but it's a game we have to look to take the bonus point win from again.

"Apparently they have a big pack, which has troubled us in the past, so we'll need a game plan similar to last Saturday where we get quick ball from the ruck and move it around."

Shillingford has no injury concerns ahead of the weekend with only Jordan Brookes absent.