Hall Road Rangers earned a 2nd successive victory in the Humber Premier League Premier Division by picking up a 2-4 win against Pocklington Town at Bishop Burton College on Saturday.

There were four changes to the side which started on Tuesday night against LIV Supplies. Liam Taylor, Ellis Miller, Lucas Robinson and Chris Spinks replaced Haydn Withill, Mason Chaffer, Tom Oliver and Sam O’Malley respectively.

Lucas Robinson, making his debut for the club, put Rangers in front in the 16th minute. In the 40th minute, this lead was doubled when Chris Spinks bagged his 1st goal of the season.

Just before half-time, Robinson secured his brace and made it even more comfortable for Rangers.

There was a fight back from Pocklington in the 2nd half. They pulled a goal back in the 73rd minute and it then became 2-3.

An effort from Luke Bullement in the 87th minute secured Rangers all three points. This win leaves Rangers sitting in 2nd place.

Hall Road Rangers: Taylor, Williams, Murray, Pulford, Miller, Andrew (C), R. Hall, Bullement, Spinks (Sallis 80’), Robinson (Sidwell 70’), Harrison (Howe 60’).

Subs Not Used: Withill, Wolstenholme.

Rangers boss Leon Sewell was delighted with his side’s attacking play:

“First of all, big thanks to Pocklington for swapping the venue given their home pitch wasn’t fit for purpose. Much appreciated for them switching the venue and getting the game played and that’s testament to them.

Big testament to the boys in the Hall Road kit today. I thought we played exceptionally well in the first 45 minutes.

No disrespect to Pocklington. I think they struggled to adapt to the way we played the game and how we played on the front foot.

0-3 at half-time and three really good goals. I thought our front four were fantastic and the midfield was superb and the boys at the back were resolute once again.

Obviously disappointed to concede a couple of goals. However, two games played and five goals scored is really positive and six points on the board.

The boys adapted well to the temperatures today. It was absolutely baking hot.

Another three points on the board. Really happy and really positive with two wins from two. Still early days and not getting carried away.”