The trip to Trafford on Saturday saw the Rams return with another well-earned three points, lifting them into the play-off positions.
That makes it five successive League victories with an amazing total scoreline of 22 for and 0 against.
This run is certain to be tested in this east Lancashire derby when Colne come to town looking to do the double over a Rams side that lost 1-0 in the reverse fixture during the first week of the season.
That game was under the guidance of former manager Mark Fell and much has changed since those early days.
The Rams squad is massively different, but Colne under the management of long-standing Steve Cunningham, are a team sure to give the home side a massive test, as games between the two over recent years have served up some tasty treats.
The League is so competitive this season, it’s almost impossible to predict the outcome, but the Rams are currently nine points adrift of leaders Atherton Collieries, but do have two games in hand. This is one of those, and three more points will significantly close that gap as the next two months offer much to be optimistic about.
There will be twists and turns between now and the end of April, and Ramsbottom United need to continue with their current form to stand a chance of that single automatic promotion spot.
Gates have started to increase, and the supporters, in fine vocal form of late, can do much to encourage the team to continue with the magnificent run.
Should be quite a test against Colne.