The Blues striker scored four times on the opening day at Truro City.
So well did Billericay play that it would have been a cricket score had it not been for the opposition keeper.
Moore’s side started promisingly themselves and head to the AGP Arena with a 2-0 win over Gloucester under their belts.
But the manager knows they are taking on one of the title favourites.
He said: “We go there on Tuesday with confidence and knowing that if we play well we have a chance.
“We showed a lot of desire on Saturday and it was a tremendous result. The first game is always tough but we came through it.
“I was happy with a lot of what we did. It’s a big step in the right direction but Billericay will be a big test.”