WILMSLOW Wolves have taken over top spot in North One West.

Saturday's 28-15 home victory over Altrincham Kersal alsong with Penrith's loss at Broughton Park, who host Wolves this weekend, means Wolves are looking down on every other team.

But coach Chris Jones is not going to let it get in the heads of his players.

"Our play is still work in progress and there’s plenty for us to improve on," he said.

"If we can put everything together and cut out the mistakes, we’ll become a real threat to all the other sides in this league.

"But nobody can afford to ease up because there are guys playing well on the Vikings, challenging for first-team places."

Wilmslow were made to work very hard by a competitive Altrincham Kersal side.

Four tries from Adam Taher, Adam Hewitt, Sean Street and Sammy Graham earned them their five league points.

Only six points separated the teams as the game entered its final quarter but Wolves had been mounting up the pressure for most of the preceding quarter without being able to finish anything off.

Two Ben Day counter attacks then resulted in tries for Street and Graham, leaving Wolves out of sight at 28-8 with 15 minutes remaining.

AK were not giving up though and set up camp deep in the Wolves 22.

Persistent offending eventually led to yellow cards for captain Robert Taylor and centre Ethan Harding in quick succession.

AK prop Nathan Bailey burrowed his way over from close range but it was only a consolation try