BROMSGROVE Sporting are piling up the points and packing in the crowds at the same time.

Over 1,000 supporters crammed into the Victoria Ground this week to watch the Rouslers overwhelm Aylesbury 5-0 to cement their place on top of Evo Stik Southern League Central Division One.

Rouslers chairman Mike Burke praised the amount support, he said: "It didn't look as though we'd break the 1,000 barrier at one stage, but for some reason, all our supporters seem to arrive at the last minute.

"I'm really pleased for everyone at the club who work so hard behind the scenes because they deserve success."

The size of crowd wasn't lost on Rouslers boss Brendan Kelly who said: "We had an inkling we'd get a good crowd because there was no Premier or Championship football taking place.

"We had supporters coming from all over the place. They came from all corners. Not only did we have the highest crowd in Step Four football but it was also way above anything at Step Three.

"When you get a crowd of that size behind you it gives you an extra edge when you need to find that bit more."

Two goals from Charlie Dowd together with further strikes from Richard Gregory, Cameron Peters and Nathan Hayward sealed the points but Kelly admitted: "It was a bit of a cagey affair for the first 15 minutes and I didn't know which way it would go. But once we got in to our stride, we just had too much for them."

Kelly singled out Cameron Peters for special praise on his final appearance for the Rouslers.

He added: "Cameron has now completed his three month loan spell from Walsall but he signed off in style with my favourite goal of the afternoon.

"It couldn't have gone any better."

The Rouslers were due to visit Thame United this week but have no fixture scheduled for Saturday.

Kelly went on: "It just depends on how we perform at Thame as to what we'll be doing this Saturday."