BAILEY Fuller made it three goals in four as Worcester Raiders cruised past a battling Thornbury Town 3-0 at Sixways.

Fuller headed home at the far post from a delicious Isaac Cooper cross to give Raiders a seventh-minute lead. 

It took until the second-half for the hosts to find a second as Brogan Halpin slid home from close range after the ball pinged around the visitors' box. 

The pick of the goals came just before the hour-mark as Jordan Murphy fired a rocket into the top corner from 25 yard.

The win is a third in a row for Karl Gormley's men, who remain third in the Hellenic League Premier.

"We had a look at them before the game and they have picked up some good results and we knew it was going to be tough," said the gaffer at full-time. 

"They are a young side and they tried to play so it was a good win for us. We started the first 25/30 minutes on the front foot and we played some of the best football we have played in a long time.

"But after we scored we seemed to sit back and let them back into it so we talked about it at half-time, said we wanted to get back in control in midfield in particular.

"Thought second-half we were outstanding. It was men against boys at times against a good side so we are really pleased."