McDermott, who was signed from Port Vale, has already scored eight goals in the league and cup since coming in early February, and he and his teammates could have had more this afternoon in a game we dominated from tip to finish.

He ended the game’s quiet start with his first goal, finishing smartly off a ball delivered to him by Vernon Masara, and he really should have doubled our lead a few minutes later but twice failed to make a proper connection with the ball.

Throughout the first half, we were the superior side, although Charlton had their moments and did produce one save from Charlie Casper, who would go on to have the quietest of

It’s difficult to believe we didn’t score more goals, but we played some excellent football, with Masara on the right and the even younger 15-year-old Brandon Pouani on the left.

Andy Farrell made a couple of changes on the hour, introducing our latest full international Basilio Rieno Socoliche, who recently made his Equatorial Guinea debut, and an anonymous trialist. Both performed admirably and may have earned a spot on the scoreboard. The trialist was extremely unlucky on one occasion. He went on a great run, got into the box, and was about to take his shot when the referee blew to restart the game with a throw-in on the half-way line.

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