Town Reserves kept their 100% record going in East Riding County League Premier Division with a 5-1 win over Goole United Reserves
They had five changes to make due to injury and working commitments but produced a performance that could and should have brought a greater margin.
Nathan Pickering, starting for the first time this season, caused Goole’s defence problems with his pace and early on Chris Eyre had a goal disallowed for offside. On a rare Goole attack, David Tonks called in to replace the injured Marc Wain made an unorthodox save, before Louis Gregory had a goal chalked off for a foul.
Goole took the lead after the break when a header back from Dale Wain back to his keeper was misread by Tonks and resulted in an own goal.
Unruffled by the setback, Matty Richardson’s shot hit the roof of the net and Eyre headed straight at the keeper.
From a corner, Town equalised as Matty Richardson’s shot curled into the top corner and not long after, Eyre made it 2-1.
Pickering added a third and with Goole looking finished, sub Frankie Reffold added another.
Sam Jones finished the day off well, running from halfway, skipping past challenges and nonchalantly finishing from an acute angle.