Parson Green put in another impressive perfomance on a sunny morning at Hurlingham park.
Parsons started brightly and were in the lead early in the first half when John Nugent was put through on goal and he made no mistake from just inside the area striking the ball across goal into the keepers bottom left hand corner. But Rangers got back into it later on that half as the opposition forward drove home to give Jason Ellis no chance, Russell Kimpton went close with a spectacular effort as he flicked the ball up three times before trying a lobbed volley but the Rangers goalie was equal to it. Parsons needed to play a bit better after the interval and a few choice words were said at half time which worked wonders as Nugent doubled his tally within a minute of the restart, his diagonal run was not picked up by the defenders and Danny Masons slide rule pass was placed perfectly in his stride for Nugent to take it round the keeper and place the ball into the empty net.
2-1 to the Green, chances galore followed with Liam Kimpton guilty of missing a guilt edged oppurtinuty when put through by Nugent.
Russell Lewis then opened his account with a quick fire hat-trick, an opportunist header when a clearance was headed back into the box by Russell Kimpton, a deft header over the keeper after he was put in the clear by a delicious Danny Mason cross, and a vicious strike across goal giving the keeper no chance.
Nugent was denied his hat-trick late on as Liam Kimpton refused to give him the ball in front of an empty goal, Liam had done the hard work by going the long way round the keeper, and was left with an acute angle, but the "william" angle didn't seem to bother him and he struck the post when the pass was the easy option.
All in all a very good second half perfomance with Rangers getting off lightly with the score staying at 5-1
Ellis 6, R.Kimpton 8, S Goddard 8,
Drewitt 8, Reid 8, Olgiati 8,
Mason 8, Brotherton 8, L Kimpton 7,
Lewis 8, NUGENT 9,
(subs) C.Goddard 8
Dream Team Star Man: John Nugent
Involved in everything good, with two goals chucked into the bargain,
Surley England beckons