MALVERN Town chalked up another convincing win as Tytherington Rocks were beaten 8-0 in Uhlsport Hellenic Football League Division One West.

The HDanywhere Community Stadium hosts went ahead on seven minutes when a teasing ball into the danger zone from Louis Loader was turned home by Matt Turner.

Turner quickly notched his second as a free-kick from Sam Hunt picked him out inside the area.

Malvern hit the woodwork twice when Turner headed Kyonn Evans’ cross against the post and then new arrival Taylor Cordell was denied from a corner.

But the home side finally added a third goal in the second half after a sublime free-kick from Loader nestled into the back of the net.

The fourth goal arrived just past the hour mark when Harry Clark linked up well with Dave Reynolds inside the area and guided the ball home.

Shortly afterwards Evans stroked home a fifth and the same player made it six before a strike from Loader was handled inside the area and Clark netted from the penalty spot.

Late on Clark and Harry Wickett combined to set up Reynolds who made it 8-0 in front of a crowd of 243 as Malvern went up to second in the table.

Co-manager Dene Whittal-Williams said: “Overall we battled really well.

"Our opponents started with a lot of energy but in the end our quality and shape shone through.

“We created plenty of chances and took eight of them so it was another convincing victory for us.

“We’ve been able to be consistent with our selection and the way that we want to play.

"The lads have been learning and becoming more confident with our mentality with each game and it’s good to see the momentum building.

“That said we can’t afford to be complacent. We have some big games coming up and we’re so focused on what we have to do.

“There is great ability within the group. We are looking a real threat going forward and defensively we have been making decent decisions.

“There’s a long way to go but we’re gathering momentum and we’ll go with it.”

Malvern chiefs were happy with the response to their TARGET 200+ campaign in a bid to attract more fans.

Whittal-Williams added: “It’s so inspiring to look around the ground and see all that support.

“We’re getting absolutely brilliant backing from local people and it is really helping to drive the team on.

“We have the familiar faces who support us home and away no matter what and now they are being joined by some old faces from the past who are being tempted back here and some new faces who are coming along to see what we’re all about.”

Malvern host second-from-bottom Bourton Rovers on Saturday (3pm).

Malvern: Dibble, Cordell, Hunt, Harris, J Febery (Wickett 60), Turner (Fusco 65), Hayes (Emblem 83), Loader, Evans, Reynolds, Clark. Subs not used: J Sauntson, Skidmore.