JACK Midson bagged a brace of goals as Concord Rangers were rampant against Hungerford Town.

Two Midson goals, along with strikes from Ryan Hayes and Alex Wall, allowed the Beach Boys to claim a 4-0 win at the Aspect Arena.

The result ensured Concord remain unbeaten and level at the top of the National League South standings.

And player-manager Sammy Moore was full of praise for in-form player-assistant manager Midson.

Moore said: “Jack has been tremendous. We’ve played him slightly out of position, but he played there at Braintree and I knew exactly what I was getting from him.

“He scores goals wherever he is and he puts an unbelievable shift in.

“The two goals warrant his work rate and effort.

“He was outstanding and scored two great goals.

“I’m so pleased that the strikers are scoring and that’s what they’re paid to do.”

Concord notched all four goals in the space of just 14 first half minutes.

Hayes opened his account for the club, following his summer move from Dartford, by rounding off a free-flowing move.

Midson tapped home following an Aron Pollock knock-down before finding the top corner of the net with a strike from 25 yards out.

And Wall, who has been in fine form in front of goal, completed the scoring on the stroke of half-time.

But Moore admitted his side are still to play their best football.

Moore added: “We’ve still got lots more in the tank but I set the boys a challenge before the game of staying level at the top of the league and putting the game to bed before half-time.

“The boys answered that and we were ruthless in front of goal.

“We’ve kept four clean sheets in five games and only conceded one goal, which shows we are hard to beat.

“We’ve got real winners in the dressing room and the togetherness is unbelievable.”

Concord Rangers: Beasant, Clohessy, Shaw, Blackman (Theobalds 57’), Pollock, Sterling, Hayes (Smith 75’), Green (Boayke-Yiadom 63’), Wall, Midson, Knott