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Five-star Chasetown FC secure all three points against Kendal Town

A five-star performance from Chasetown FC saw them ease to three points against Kendal Town.

Four first half goals did the damage – but it could easily have been 6 or 7 before the break.

Chasetown took the lead after just 3 minutes. George Cater was tripped by Corey Vickers and Jack Langston converted the penalty.

Two minutes later and the lead was doubled courtesy of a calculated lob from Tom Hill over keeper Joao Mendes.

The hosts turned the screw as Hill fired just wide and Callum Lovatt hit the crossbar inside the first 15 minutes.

On 20 minutes it was deservedly 3-0. Lovatt clipped an exquisite ball over the defender and Cater took a controlling touch before firing into the roof of the net.

The one way traffic continued and the Scholars added a fourth on the half hour mark. Will Whieldon’s free kick was headed back across by Luke Childs and Hill added his second with a well placed header.

After an understandably quiet start to the second half, Chasetown finally added a fifth in the 75th minute. The ball was played through to substitute Liam Kirton who took the ball beyond keeper Mendes and steadied himself to side foot past the defender on the line. 

Mendes made a late fingertip save to deny Jarrell Hylton from opening his Chasetown account.

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