Caister Reserves produced a strong solid display to win 6 - 1 away to Hellesdon. Caister went out fired up and started really strongly. They took the lead when Danny Heller crossed to the far post for Matty Lines to shin home from 12 yards. Caister doubled their lead soon after when Lines released Colin Jarvis with a beautifully weighted pass. His cross was inch perfect for Barry Crane to volley home from 6 yards. Jarvis had a great chance to score when he rounded the keeper but his and the follow-up effort were blocked. Hellesdon then had a period of ascendancy as they dominated the last 20 minutes of the half. Caister were strong at the back though and the biggest alarm came when Thomas Rowley was forced to concede a free kick on the edge of the box but Chris Hollis was equal to the well-struck kick. Caister got a crucial 3rd just before the break with a powerful 20 yard drive from the impressive David Crane. Hellesdon again started the second half well but Caister secured the points when Jarvis was put through and he delightfully lobbed the home keeper. Caister then made a couple of tactical changes which resulted in a deserved instant reply from Hellesdon. Barry Crane then extinguished their hopes when he lobbed the keeper from 45 yards. He then completed a superb hat-trick when the referee finally overruled the home linesman allowing him to confidently lob the keeper. The spine of the team: Rowley, Danny Crawley, Lines, Jarvis and the Cranes Barry and David were superb along with Heller with Lines just shading M.O.M. The best thing about the performance was that the team were very solid throughout and they defended superbly well as a unit during the spells when Hellesdon were on top.