Edinburgh hails away form
Newport boss Justin Edinburgh was delighted after watching his side record their first away win of the season - 2-0 at Exeter.
The Welsh side were under the cosh for much of the first half, but went in front through Conor Washington's 23rd-minute goal. Harry Worley wrapped up the points by lashing home at the back post after 70 minutes to complete the win.
"We are ever so pleased. We knew it was going to be a tough encounter and it certainly was that," Edinburgh said.
"We had to chase for long periods of the game but it is our first away win on our return to the Football League. I was delighted for the players, they worked tremendously hard.
"Psychologically it was very important that we got a victory here so we can prove to ourselves that we are capable of winning on the road. We shouldn't under-estimate the size of the task and what a fantastic result it was.
"We have got a lot of players missing at the moment and we are only going to get better. But that gives us a massive boost.
"It was a tough game and we worked ever so hard. We created some really good chances and took them and defended for our lives at the other end. When we needed to take the chances we did and that set us up nicely."