FRASER DUNCAN believes this is the best form he’s ever seen in a Sauchie side after his team blew Inverkeithing away on Saturday.

Ross Kavanagh opened the scoring before Jack Docherty’s hat-trick sealed the three points.

With Sauchie now sitting third in the league, their attention now turns to the Challenge Cup this weekend for the Scottish Cup third round the following weekend.

Duncan told Advertiser Sport: “It was always going to be a tough one, they’re a difficult side to play against but we’ve really been working hard on staying patient in games.

“A couple of games earlier in the season we got a bit frustrated because we weren’t scoring goals early enough but the way we done it today, the way we done it on Wednesday and the way we done it last weekend was superb.

“We’ve took our time, got ourselves into the game. We told them to keep it tight at the back and chances will come, the chances came and we’ve proved that we can put the ball in the back of the net.

“I think that’s us the second highest scorers in the league and that’s a great thing but the other great thing is the three clean sheets.”

Duncan continued: “I felt in the first half we were the better team without really getting going. We kept the ball better, had the clearer chances but I told the boys to up the tempo in the second half and shift up the gears and you seen that, I think the whole second half was played in their half.

“I never felt like they caused us any threat and I’m delighted for the boys, that’s 14 goals for and zero against in three games and I can’t ask for any more than that. It’s probably the most in form I’ve ever had a Sauchie team to be honest.”

Kavanagh’s sensational run continues while Duncan was thrilled for Docherty to get on the scoresheet too.

He said: “He [Kavanagh] doesn’t let us down to be fair, and that’s the other wee bit he’s got in his game.

“He does the wee bits to help others out and I think that’s why he’s so prolific because guys will lay things off for him because he lays it off for those guys.

“He’s a very unselfish player, great to have in your squad, great to work with and I’m chuffed to bits for him.

“For Jack to go and get a hat-trick is brilliant because he’s been needing that wee bit of confidence and he’s been superb, he’s worked really hard. He played well on Wednesday night, kept his spot and he’s got a hat-trick.

“He’s got in at the back post and nicked one, the header is great and the penalty too so I’m delighted for him.”

Reflecting on a week of three wins, 14 goals scored and none conceded, Duncan said: “Great week, great week. Next week hopefully it’ll be the same.

“We’ve got a tough away tie in Glasgow next week then the big one after that. We’ll be ready, we’ll get ourselves set up and ready for the next two or three weeks.

“We’ve set targets, the target is there and if we can get to this time next month unbeaten we’ll be delighted. That’s the target we’ve set and we want to keep this run going.”