Motherwell continued their pre-season preparations with a 5-1 win over Darlington.
Danny Johnson bagged his second goal in as many friendlies as the Steelmen stormed to a 2-0 lead within seven minutes.
Cédric Kipré’s opener from inside the six-yard box was followed up by Johnson’s stunning volley at Blackwell Meadows, as ‘Well asserted their control over the National League North opposition.
Allan Campbell made it three before half time with a neat finish on the bounce, placing the ball beyond Maddison in to the side of the net.
The hosts pulled one back thanks to a neat finish from Harvey Saunders, who got the better of Aaron Taylor-Sinclair before prodding neatly past Trevor Carson eight minutes after the restart.
Stephen Robinson made a number of changes midway through the second half, with 17-year-old James Scott among those to be introduced.
Ryan Bowman capped off 90 minutes with a neat lob made it 4-1 to the Fir Parkers. The striker latched on to Carl McHugh’s defensive header which looped over the Darlington defence before being helped on by the English striker from eight yards.
Youngster Scott wrapped up proceedings with just seconds to go, cutting in from the left at pace and fizzing a low effort in to the far corner.
Up next for the Steelmen is Dunfermline on Thursday, as Robinson’s men look to continue their strong pre-season form.