POOLE Town blew away strugglers Kings Langley 6-2 with prolific Tony Lee grabbing his second hat-trick of the season.

But despite scoring six, manager Tom Killick still took issue with elements of his side’s performance.

Dolphins were ahead by two after just 18 minutes, with Will Spetch opening the scoring by heading home a Declan Rose cross.

Lee bagged his first goal of the afternoon with a calm finish one-on-one with goalkeeper Lee Axworthy, putting Poole in a position to see out the game in the second half.

Killick told the Daily Echo: “We are pleased to get the win. There are elements of the performance we’re probably not particularly happy about.

“As much as we’re pleased about our attacking play, it’s disappointing to concede the goals we did.”

Despite the comfortable lead and generating plenty of chances, Dolphins never felt truly in control of the game, with the away side also able to create multiple opportunities.

“Coming in at 2-0 at half-time we talked about the fact we needed to get back on the front foot straight away, and try and take the life out of them,” continued Killick.

“But, we did the opposite, and they had a good spell at the start of the second half.

“But we knew the position we’re in, that three points were essential. We’ve managed to do that, and score a few goals in the process.”

Kings Langley pulled a goal back just 10 minutes into the second-half, which served as a wake-up call for Poole – who responded two minutes later through striker Lee.

Again Lee was composed under pressure to slot past Axworthy and restore Dolphins’ lead.

Two minutes later, Lee turned provider when he fashioned in Luke Burbidge, who overpowed Axworthy with a powerful drive.

The action continued at a breakneck pace when Jack Wood pulled another goal back for Kings Langley in the 65th minute, before Luke Burbidge sealed the game with his second strike, a thumping effort that beat Axworthy at the near post.

There was still time for Lee to finish off his treble, accomplished by firing the ball past the keeper.