Miles and Greenhalgh show their skills

Taylor Miles, in yellow, during his loan spell at Boston United
Taylor Miles, in yellow, during his loan spell at Boston United

On Thursday night, Hemel travelled to Southern League Division One Central side Arlesey Town for their second friendly of the pre-season campaign.

It was another night of two games of an hour each, with the overall score 7-1 to the 
Tudors.

Both sides made wholesale changes in personnel for the second game.

The Tudors were 2-0 to the good in the first period.

Creative midfielder Taylor Miles struck a superbly-executed free kick to make it 1-0.

Former Lincoln City player Miles is among the crop of eight new signings for the Tudors this year. The 21-year-old has also had spells at Concord Rangers and Boston United

Trialist David Pitt tucked home the second from a tight angle.

Pitt had also got himself on the scoresheet with a hat-trick in Hemel’s opening game against Bovingdon to make a strong case for his inclusion in the squad.

The second period saw Arlesey reduce the deficit with a scrambled effort.

After this it was all Hemel and impressive defender Phil Walsh, another new signing, helped himself to two identical goals, heading in from corners.

Another trialist added a further two goals, the first after good work from Charlie Sheringham and the second a superb header, flicking on a free kick from the right.

The night was rounded off when Ben Greenhalgh scored a brilliant individual goal, beating several defenders before rounding the keeper.

It was another good work out and the worst-kept secret at the club was confirmed on the night when Sheringham posed with chairman Dave Boggins after signing for the club earlier that day.