Hemel Town FC made it three wins from three in pre-season as they saw off Kings Langley 5-2 in the inaugural Tudor Kings Cup.
The Tudors found their rhythm early on as last season’s prolific goal scorers linked up to score.
Lewis Toomey played the ball into the path of Ben Mackey who slotted it in the bottom corner to put Hemel in front.
However, Kings were quick to reply as a rare counter attack saw a Hemel defender penalised for a foul in the box, and the resulting spot-kick was dispatched for 1-1.
Toomey missed two clear cut chances, but he soon found his shooting boots when David Hutton sent him racing through on goal.
He had an age to pick his spot and buried the ball into the bottom corner to send the Tudors into the break 2-1 ahead.
The interval saw Hemel make 11 changes to their side and they extended their lead when Benny Fiadzomer hit a stunning looping effort to make it 3-1.
The Tudors’ advantage was cut short by a floated shot minutes later, but soon afterwards Chamberlain found himself with space on the left hand side of the box and unleashed a fierce strike to make it 4-2.
Fiadzomer then grabbed his second and the Tudors’ fifth to end the goal-fest – taking his personal tally to three pre-season goals in two games.
Off the field, Tudors players and staff will represent the club at Hemel’s Old Town festival this weekend.
The newly-refurbished High Street at will be officially unveiled at a fun-filled event on Saturday 19th July, from 1pm to 6pm.