Wendron United manager Michael O'Neill praised his forward's link up play as Dron defeated a Plymouth Argyle Development side 4-1 at Underlane.

All five of the match's goals arrived in the second period with Wendron's Charlie Young notching two as well as goals from Ryan Reeve and Josh Wood, while Ben Shaw scored for the visitors. You can read the full match report here.

Giving his verdict on the game the manager said: "It was good, we set up in a familiar formation and we knew roughly what Plymouth were going to bring to the table. They were going to be technically good and very fit, and actually they were quite aggressive playing on that front foot which is really pleasing to see in an opposition because you know it is going to be a competitive game from there.

"As the first half went on, I think it was 0-0 at half time, it was a pleasing performance there were some good passages of play.

"With the heat in the first half I thought it was going to be a case of taking a little longer trying to get into the rhythm of it but I was happy with the way we set up in the first half. The obviously in the second half the game changes style but I was pleased overall."

You can watch the full interview from the very first video on Packet Sport TV here:

Dron drew a blank against Ivybridge on Saturday in what was their first draw in the warm up games but despite this O'Neill was confident that if is side kept creating chances the goals would eventually arrive. He said: "The biggest thing on Saturday for me is that we were still creating chances. That was the third game into pre-season.

"I was confident as the games went on providing we were still creating the chances we would get the goals. The familiarity, the linking up, six different players at various different players in the front four today, they continued that.

"There was some positive link up play, and we got different types of goals today. A couple from crosses then working the ball through the centre as well, but yeah goals will always come providing we keep making the chances.

Charlie Young was making only his second outing of pre-season and the forward, who found the back of the net on 25 occasions last season, was at it again against the young Pilgrims, using his goal scoring instinct to get into the right place at the right time on two occasions, which his manager was delighted with: "He was integral to what we were doing last season, that has rolled on into pre-season as well. O'Neill raved.

"The type of player he is he always has an eye for goal, he'll bring that but he is much more than just a goal scorer, it was really pleasing to see today a similar pattern from last year with the guys either side of him getting a goal as well."

Wendron's last pre season match is on Tuesday, July 26 when they host Royal Navy U23s at Underlane. It will be their pre-season farewell as they prepare for the upcoming South West Peninsula League West campaign which starts away at Mount Wise to Newquay AFC on Wednesday, August 10.