Locking Park scored 5 goals in the first half in a dominating win at home to Uphill Castle Reserves.
Park got off the mark when Aidan Dancer set up Harry Hornigold to score a screamer on 15 minutes. Ryan Harris got the second by poking the ball past the away keeper into the left hand corner of the net on 22. Uphill got one back on 30 before Ryan Harris scored another after being put through by Matt Hollow. Harris then got his hat-trick by putting away a penalty conceded by a hand ball, and fourth with a left foot rifle just before half time.
It took just over ten minutes of the second half for Locking to score their next, this time Jack Poole getting on the score sheet with an assist from Joe Pearson. Uphill rallied and made a game of it by scoring two goals in 5 minutes but Park held on for the win.
Another free scoring game from Locking and good performances all round. No surprises that man of the match went to four goal hero Ryan Harris.