MALVERN Town Women hit double-figures in their County Cup win at Welland Ladies Reserves in a ruthless display in front of goal.

There were seven different scorers in the 10-0 victory but the match ball was taken home by Jessica Kenny after netting a hat-trick.

Sapphire Boswell bagged two and there were also goals for Emma Goodband, Lucia Meigh, Jade Smith, Lois Unwin and Emily Byrd. 

Having made a perfect start to their league campaign - four wins from four - Malvern took a break from their title charge with a County Cup fixture at Welland.

Given Malvern had already beaten Welland Ladies' first team 4-1 earlier this season, it was always going to be a tough ask for the Reserves, and so it proved. 

Smith opened the scoring in the third minute of the game after a through ball from Kenny, who herself made it 2-0 in the 10th minute.

Malvern dominated but struggled to find the cutting edge in the opening half-an-hour, but just as the game went past the 30th minute, Malvern did find their stride and scored three quickfire goals to take the game away from Welland. 

Goodband fired home the third before Meigh raced through and made it four after Kenny's pass.

Leah Baker then provided Boswell with the fifth and at half-time, the result was secured.

Ten minutes into the second-half, Kenny produced the corner for Unwin to head home before two goals in five minutes from Kenny, including a brilliant volley, completed her hat-trick to make it 8-0.

Eight became nine with 13 left to play when Byrd beat the keeper at her near post following yet another assist from the superb Kenny.

There was time for one more in stoppage time, as Boswell fired home a tenth.

"At the start of the game we set the girls two objectives; win the game and keep a clean sheet and they did just that," said assistant manager Steve Dallow.

"In games like these it can be easy for players to go a bit gung-ho and lose shape and discipline.

"But I’m pleased to say the girls stuck to their individual tasks and put in an excellent team performance."