Reds boss John Coleman admitted Phil Edwards knocking in the penalties is a worry in pre-season.
The defender is the Reds regular spot-taker and tucked home his second penalty of the friendlies in a 2-1 win against Southport on Tuesday night.
"I am worried about that - that’s two on the bounce for Phil. Every penalty you score you always one nearer to a miss," said Coleman.
Former Burnley defender Earl Davis scored a spectacular own goal, rifling the ball into the roof of his net as he tried to clear it, with Edwards converting after Sean McConville was fouled.
The Blue Square Premier League new boys - with ex-Red Robbie Williams missing - got one back after the break and there was a heated end to the game following a Peter Murphy tackle.
Andy Parkinson led the line well when he came on while Jimmy Ryan had another strong pre-season encounter.
"Apart from the end, it was played in good spirits and it was competitive and a good work out," Coleman added.
Former Tranmere midfielder Charlie Barnet played for the Reds.