Wolverhampton Casuals 3

Kington Town 5

TEAM manager Mick Panniers and his son Nick formed a rare family double act when they started for Kington and both got on the scoresheet in their West Midlands League Premier Division match at Wolverhampton.

Injuries and unavailability stretched the visitors' playing resources and they included four 16-year-olds for their final away game of the season.

Carl Morgan made a fine run down the left to slip the ball through for striker Mark Davis to open the scoring, but within minutes Wolves were back on terms when a speculative shot deceived young goalkeeper Simon Ames.

Kington regained the lead immediately after the restart when Mick Panniers crossed from the right for Davis to flick on to Kane Kahaki who slid the ball home at the far post for his first league goal.

With their youngsters growing in confidence, Kington increased their lead when central defender Nick Panniers collected a weak clearance on the edge of the box to hit the target with a rasping drive.

Although Wolves pulled a goal back, a second goal for leading scorer Davis, his 31st goal of the season, and a crisp shot by Mick Panniers put the result beyond doubt, Wolves completing an entertaining game with a late goal.