Parr bags hat-trick as Royston thrash Marlow

PUBLISHED: 15:55 18 December 2013 | UPDATED: 15:56 18 December 2013

Royston Town's Taylor Parr

Royston Town's Taylor Parr RTFC v Marlow Town

Taylor Parr bagged a hat-trick on Saturday as Royston Town, under the guidance of caretaker boss Duncan Easley, thrashed out-of-form Marlow 4-0.

Left-back Parr made a scintillating start to the Calor Division One Central clash with two goals in the opening eight minutes; the first a powerful header and the second a smart left-foot finish.

Lewis Endacott replaced the injured Joe De La Salle at half-time, and announced himself into the clash with the third goal.

Endacott found himself centrally in the box with time to spare and coolly and confidently picked his spot curling a fine finish high into the net.

The goal of the game to put the icing on the cake saw substitute Adie Cambridge make a great tackle and simultaneously pass wide to Kaan Fehmi.

The frontman delivered the perfect ball for man of the match Parr to thump home a header to complete a fine and rare defender’s hat-trick.


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