Three goals from Adam Foster ensured Beverley Town Reserves extended their perfect start to the season in what was a comprehensive win in the cup.
Town’s second string made light work Hutton Cranswick in the second round of the Senior County Cup beating their opponents 5-0 at Longcroft School.
Foster was the star of the show as he bagged a first half hat trick while Rob Northern hit a brace making it 15 goals for the season.
Edward Grady was delighted with the result praising his sides all round performance from front to back, singling out Niall Ringrose who came on in the second half.
Town were slow to get started and were guilty of missing chances. This changed when a pin point pass from Shaun Gibson unlocked the Cranswick defence allowing Foster to open the scoring.
Foster’s second came following a darting run past two defenders, screwing the ball in off his shin in what was a somewhat fortunate finish.
Northern showed his predatory skills as the Town’s fox in the box finished first time after a weak effort by Foster fell to the leagues leading scorer.
Foster completed his hat trick when the ball hit his nose and somehow ended up in the back of the net all but ending the contest as Town went into the break with 4-0 advantage.
While Town continued to dominate in the second half they only added one goal to their first half tally as Northern scored his second in the game.
Final Score : Beverley Town Reserves 5 Hutton Cranswick SRA 0
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