DAMIEN Brambley feels playing in National Two South is suiting Rochford Hundred.

Hundred have triumphed in three of their last four games after starting the season with three successive defeats.

And Brambley believes Rochford – who head to Barnstaple this weekend – have now adjusted to life at this level.

“There’s no easy games and I think it took the first few to catch up to the speed of the league and find our feet,” said Brambley.

“We’re definitely on the incline as the last few results show.

“But to be honest I think this level suits us, it’s just about us adapting and learning fast.

“Teams will punish mistakes at this level so as long as we can keep them to a minimum we will be here to challenge in every game.”

Rochford’s back to back wins have taken them up to 12th in the table.

Hundred will now be looking to make it three wins in a row when they head to Barnstaple tomorrow.

But Brambley is expecting another stern test, despite Barnstaple sitting second from bottom in the table.

“It’s hard to know exactly what you’re going to get but it’s a long trek west and they definitely play better at home so we expect a brutal challenge especially up front in what’s likely to be pretty wet conditions,” said Brambley.

“They’ve had some bad results but that’s at the hands of some of the best teams in this league.

“Either way we will be going out like we’re playing the top team.”