Wendron United Manager Michael O'Neill was once again pleased with his side's all-round showing as they completed their pre-season with a 5-0 demolition of the Royal Navy U23s at Underlane. 

All the strikes flew came in the last 20 minutes of the match with Charlie Young and TJ Walter both notching twice while Ryan Reeve was again on the scoresheet to complete the scoring.

You can read the full match report from the pre-season fixture here.

Speaking to the Packet after the game Micahel O'Neill said: "Again really pleased, I thought in the first half we worked incredibly hard. There was a lot of effort that we needed to put in to ensure we kept the Navy down to minimal chances. 

"Obviously we were expecting them to be a very good technical and physical side and they definitely were. They gave us a few problems, particularly when facing towards our own goal, having to track back. They played some nice football at times. 

"We had to really dig in in the first half, the lads who started the game really did the leg work which allowed the second half to pan out the way it did I feel."

You can watch the full interview on Packet Sport TV here:

O'Neill also heaped praise on the way his side set up defensively to nullify their opposition who had very few opportunities at goal throughout the 90. "I will take clean sheets and 1-0 wins every single day of the week!" O'Neill raved. "There is no better feeling than a clean sheet, the pleasing thing tonight as you say apart from there was two goalkeepers, one in each half, was that the back four looked steady and they actually got stronger as the game went on. 

"It is not just about the back four and the goalkeepers, it is the effort from the whole team to try and keep the opposition down to minimal shots. It started right from the very front from the very first whistle all the way through until the end. I was particularly pleased with the way that we went about our defensive work today."

The 'Packet man of the match' award was given to Josh Wood who came into the frame for the second half, the lightning-fast winger was a constant thorn in the side of the young Naval outfit, grabbing three assists all down to his quick feet and accurate deliveries.

Lauding his winger's performance O'Neill said:  "Josh was with us midway through last season from Porthleven and didn't see out the rest of the season. 

"He has come back this year with the bit between his teeth and something to prove and he is doing that every game, he came on today. We gave him our own internal man of the match at the end of the game.

"He gives you raw quality, take away his pace he is a very technically gifted lad and we are very lucky that he has agreed to join us again." 

Though Wendron's pre-season campaign is over there are still two weeks to go until their first league game away to Newquay at the Mount Wise Stadium on Wednesday, August 10.

O'Neill has hinted that Dron might try to get another fixture arranged before then to ensure they aren't short of match practice heading into the match.