Wendron United Manager Michael O'Neill was pleased his side got the result their performance deserved in their 6-1 rout in the Walter C Parson Cup against Bovey Tracey.

A hat trick from Joe Souch, two goals from Cameron Wheat and a goal from Jacob Grange mean that Dron are into the next round of the competition.

Speaking after the game O' Neill said: "Really happy, the result aside the performance was excellent today. I thought we controlled the match pretty much throughout. There were a couple of points where Bovey offered a threat and Ethan made a great save at 2-0 and it was really important he kept us at 2-0 at that point because it changes the game if it goes to 2-1.

"I'm really happy with the performance and the result as a by-product of that."

Joe Souch received the Packet man of the match award after scoring a hat trick and the manager was thrilled with the number ten's performance: "He was good today it is easy for the game to pass a ten by at times but he stayed involved throughout.

"He kept going he kept doing what we asked which was then tens to do which is getting on behind the striking and penetrating through the line and he got his hat trick with a simple tap in rounding the keeper at the end. A lot of good players had good games today and he benefited from a lot of others playing well."

O'Neill was delighted to get that winning feeling back. He said: "I'm buzzing, we didn't play badly in our last two games but we didn't close the game off when we chouls have and we didn't take our chances. We did both of those today and the effect of doing those things is the result today. It was really important that we got what we deserved from the performance and that was a win."

Wendron's next match sees them return to South West Peninsula League action as they travel away to face Sticker on Tuesday October 19.

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