The Kestrels finished their league campaign in fine style against high flying Narborough.
The 3G pitch allowed some neat short passing with Robinson, Bell & Bootheway combining well with an assured defensive midfield performance from Kainth who sat just behind, however poor marking from a corner allowed the visitors to open the scoring.
Gamble & Willcocks playing as wing backs had confidence to push forward which created the opening for the Kestrels to level just before half time.
The visitors superiority in front of goal proved decisive as they marched into a commanding 4-1 lead, however an instant thunderbolt from Hirst was quickly followed by another goal following a long throw from Masters.
The Kestrels pushed for an equaliser and got caught on the break but they refused to be defeated and a cross by Stone assisted by Cowan gave the opportunity for Knight to complete his hat-rick from close range with the final action of a thoroughly entertaining game.
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