Goals from Adam Rundle, in the 24th minute, and Chris O'Grady five minutes from time gave Dale all three points.
"Our squad is small, but it's quality, and young as well. There's no fear with young people, none at all," said Hill. "We had to make changes because of injuries, but the replacements were ready, we know that with the reserve team performances and the fitness levels.
"It was a deserved victory without question. I was really pleased with the performance and the scoreline. We had the lion's share of the game and created the best opportunities.
"They came at us a little bit towards the end of the first half, but that was down to us, we were not retaining the ball, but there was nothing of any quality.
"We just want to make as much impact as we can on any opposition and then on the league."