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Queens hit Chapel for 10 as new campaign looms

By Tom Howe 26th July 2017

Queens hit Chapel for 10 as new campaign looms
TOP SCORER: Jordan Friendship scores the first of his four goals in Queens Rangers´ 10-0 thrashing of St Ann´s Chapel

QUEENS Rangers demolished St Ann’s Chapel by 10 goals to nil as John Bate’s side prepare in style for the step up into Duchy League Division One.

The game was played in the best of spirits and all credit must go to St Ann’s Chapel who kept going despite the one-sided scoreline. Queens, who earned promotion from Division Two on the back of a number of fine performances last season, took the lead through Jordan Friendship who tucked a low shot past the goalkeeper before adding another two in quick succession.

Daryl Kent then bundled the ball over the line to make it 4-0 at half-time.

After the break, Friendship stuck again for his fourth goal of the afternoon. Casey Laity struck twice, including a penalty, to make it 7-0 while a first goal in men's football for 16-year-old Jake Martyn made it eight, the youngster scoring with a smartly taken left-footed strike.

Striker Jack Williams got in on the act with Ben Hawken scoring the pick of the goals with a well-hit strike which found the top corner, rounding off the scoring late on and providing the Indian Queens- based outfit with a major confidence boost heading into the forthcoming campaign.

By Tom Howe 26th July 2017

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