Jack’s House seconds just can’t stop scoring.
Last week they hammered in 13, but this time could only manage seven as they beat Horse and Farrier.
All Jacks players seemed well up for the game and started well with good chances from both their in-form strikers Thomas Barnes and Jamie Bull.
Despite the early pressure, a few loose passes let the visitors in to open the scoring through the normally very safe hands of the Jacks keeper.
It seemed to kick start Jacks who scored three in quick succession from Nathan Rooks, Bull and Jordan Gill.
Gill’s was the pick as he ran on to a cross from Barnes, firing the ball into the net.
Bull got Jacks’ fourth with another good finish making the half-time score 4-1.
Horse and Farrier tried to get back into the game early in the second half by pushing men forward, but Jacks defence held firm with good saves from the keeper and good performances from Mark Coates and captain Joseph McClernon.
Jacks scored three more goals in the second half with two coming from Barnes, one a late penalty, and Josh Krogulski, who got a well deserved goal after his tremendous work rate.
Jacks at times provided the spectators with some, slick one touch football and joint man of the match went to Nathan Ashman and Mark Smith for their dominant centre midfield performances.