Town Youth returned to winning ways in the MFYL Premier Division South with a comprehensive success over struggling Rugby Town at Butlin Road on Wednesday evening.
Even with a squad decimated by injuries and illness they were still far too good for the Division’s bottom side and dominated the game throughout.
Town looked sharp right from the kick off, and after twice going close they took the lead through Ben Couki just after the quarter hour mark.
They continued to have far more of the possession and only the post prevented them doubling their lead before Couki’s close range finish following a goalmouth scramble put them two up at half time.
It was more of the same after the restart with Town in total control and never allowing Rugby a look-in.
Harry Wilson on his debut made it 3-0 and Jamie Ford added Town’s fourth as they comfortably saw the game out with the added bonus of their third clean sheet of the season.