Coach Karun Jethi has urged his young charges to keep up the hard work as they seek to build on their first away win of the season on Saturday.
The former Canada star saluted the First XI for their effort, which gave them a comprehensive victory at Hoddesdon.
But he warned that it was hard work in training that was producing the match-winning performances from the likes of Richard and James Leather.
He told the KPCC website: ‘Since the start of this season we been looking for that one away win and this couldn’t have come at a better time. It was a great win for KPCC. I am really proud of my boys.
‘As I have said about team from day one that we are a good side and a very talented side. If we play to our potential and we do all the things right, on the field and off the field, then we have a very good chance to do well and we will really be at the top in the league.
‘We are five points away from third position which is where I want to be by the time we get to the last five games for this season because in 50 overs format, it’s anyone’s ball game.
‘The Leather twins will always perform for the team because they want to and they work hard for it every training session.
‘If you look at the results of past few games, the players who are turning up for training and working hard are winning the games for us.
‘Players are starting to gel together. Now you can see batting and bowling partnerships building a lot better than early season.
‘We have a great combo of captain and vice-captain in Charlie and Robbo and their hard work on and off field in building and keeping this team together are starting to pay off.
‘Young players are starting to bat and bowl up to their potential. Overall, it’s been a fantastic team effort in the past few games.
‘Having said that, I want my team to be in the moment but also analyse things a bit more going forward and work harder in training sessions.
‘It is important to realise what went wrong, not only when we are losing a game but also when we are winning. We need to realise which are the areas we need to work on to build on this win and keep winning.
‘In most games, we have been in a position where the game was in our favour but, without the explosive power you need to tame other sides, it was a bit difficult to come out the winners.
‘In this game, the boys have shown signs on what they can do when they put their heart and soul into it and stay on top of the opposition.
‘To me, it’s not always about the destination, it’s about the journey. So far this journey has been great but it can still be better.’