An early own goal and strike from George Snee started the ball rolling inside two minutes and further goals followed from Snee again, Yannick Kamanan, Matthew Etherington and Maurizio Consorti as we ran out 6-0 winners.
Reserve team boss Colin beamed: “The result looks very good but irrespective of that the attitude was spot on.
“We were helped by scoring two goals very early on and that gave the boys a bit of confidence.
“The only really thing I could say at half-time was ‘are you good enough and professional enough to give me the same in the second half’ and to give them credit, they went about it in a very good way.
“I don’t know about how the strong the opposition was but they have played against similar, younger teams from professional clubs and their staff were impressed with our boys.
“Irrespective of how bad or good Kettering were on the day, our boys were good.”
Colin Calderwood was delighted with the attitude of his young reserve side after they hit Kettering Town for six in Saturday's friendly.