RECENT fixtures for Cammell Laird 1907 FC have seen mixed fortunes as they battled to a deserved 0-0 away draw at high-flying Isle of Man but then fell foul of a poor performance away at Stockport Town in a bad defeat.

However, Lairds got back on the winning trail at home versus struggling Alsager Town and recorded a well earned 5-1 success with some excellent goals.

The opening stages were very even before Lairds began to create some good openings and in the 20th minute a superb cross from captain Jake Hulley was superbly headed home by Mike Jones and ten minutes later Jones added a second following a flowing move down the right.

Lairds were now in full flow and gained a penalty in the 37th minute, which Kieran Hamm despatched with ease to make it 3-0 at the interval.

The second period saw Lairds well in command as Alsager struggled to contain their flowing football, which on 62 minutes saw Kieran Hamm net his second goal with a fearsome angled volley into the far corner.

However, a momentary lapse in defence enable Alsager to pull a goal back in the 65th minute, but in the 69th minute an excellent break down the right saw Kieran Hamm complete his hat-trick with yet another superb volleyed finish in a great individual display that deserved such accolades.

Chances again were created but wasted and the final result of 5-1 was enough on the day.

Lairds are in action again on Tuesday evening with a Wirral DFA cup semi-final at home versus Ellesmere Port with a 7.45pm kick off.