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Vics U15s put five past Rolleston in cup hammering

Borrowash Victoria Reds produced a dominant display to overcome Rolleston Red 5-0 in their U15s Saturday Cup clash at Chaddesden Park.

The result was never in doubt once Vics had gone into half-time four goals to the good, goalkeeper Kaden Moore barely troubled throughout the encounter.

Vics got into gear from the off and took the lead inside ten minutes when Callum Mosley got down the right and his pinpoint cross was met on the volley by Leo King six yards out for the opener.

It wasn't long before King was on the scoresheet again, this time sent through the middle by Noah Goodall and finishing well past Rolleston's under-siege goalkeeper.

The third goal soon followed. Eden Windridge had only been on the pitch a few minutes but when a ball over the top dropped for him on the half volley he finished in style to put the result beyond doubt.

And there was still time for another before the break, a ball into the box not dealt with by the Rolleston defence and Alex Devlin's looping header finding the net.

The second-half saw Rolleston pose a little more threat but with Oliver Kellogg in particular being dominant at the back, flanked by the equally effective Sami Gregory, Kian Meakin and George Pritchard, the visitors had little joy.

Vics' fifth goal duly arrived when Goodall found space on the edge of the penalty area and his cross-come-shot was turned in at the back post by George Bell.

That was the end of the scoring despite Vics continuing to dominate until the end, the sixth goal elusive but a good morning's work done.