UCL Division One Olney 0 Huntingdon Town 2 DESPITE playing much of the match with 10 men, two goals from Alyou Coaney swept Town up to fourth in the UCL. Manager Darren Young praised his side's efforts as they fought to retain their current fine run after a controversial refereeing decision saw midfielder Brett Bellamey dismissed after just 20 minutes. Chris Caswell and Matt Cook hit the bar early on as Huntingdon got off to a flying start but then controversy struck when Bellamy was sent off for a second bookable offence. Young ordered his troops into a 3-4-2 formation and Town continued to dominate, culminating in Coaney's 20-yard drive into the top corner on the half hour. It was more of the same as the second half started, with Huntingdon working as one to keep a tight grip on the game. Town always looked dangerous with Eddie Mills and Adam Taylor posing a real threat and both went close before Coaney found room 18 yards out to crash his and Town's second into the net with 15 minutes left. Young said: "We felt hard done by the referee over Brett's dismissal - I felt the first booking was very harsh. "The most important thing is the win, which lifts us into equal second place in the league, was a result of total teamwork and a credit to everyone" n Struggling Irchester United are the visitors to Jubilee Park on Saturday.