He said: “We worked together as a team – something that hasn’t been the case in some of our recent matches.”
But Hemel coach Troy Perkins is also in confident mood after his side’s success against Gloucestershire All Golds.
Perkins said: “On paper Skolars are a very good team. They’ve a lot of quality players, but for whatever reason they haven’t been putting it together.
“But I’ve already spoken to our players about ignoring the table, because it’s a derby game and they’ll have targeted this as a game they want to win more than any other.”