Fraser Carragher caps a superb individual performance with his fourth goal of the match.

Fraser Carragher caps a superb individual performance with his fourth goal of the match against Al-lioli.

The reserves hit the goal trail in dramatic fashion this morning, crashing nine past Saudi Arabian visitors Al-lioli without reply. Fraser Carragher was the tormentor-in-chief, netting four and Matt Cocker continued his good goalscoring form, hitting a brace.

Zsolt Baboss fired in his first goal for the club, a cheeky back-heel, and our other goals came from Rab Henderson and Phil Mullally.

At full-time Marcus expressed his pleasure at the result, but admitted that the gulf between the sides was huge.

“It’s always good for morale to get a result like this, however we totally outclassed Al-lioli and it was painfully obvious to see that they are a new side”.

He continued declaring, “We’ve had a couple of games against new teams now, but I think it will be a long time before we have another. It’s no test against these sides, and it’s unfair on them too. From now on we’ll be challenging more established teams”.

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