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Three second half goals from a lively young Gillingham side gave the scoreline in Tuesday’s friendly a slightly flattering look in favour of the Medway club.

Invicta had given as good as they got in the opening half as players that needed several players were given valuable game time and all did well on the night.

Nick Shaw had a fine game in the Folkestone and did everything but stop a wickedly spinning effort from Bradley Stevenson that put the visitors ahead just before half time.

It was 3-0 with further strikes from Emmanuel Fernandez and Leroy Hlabi before sub Johan Ter Horst pulled a goal back for Invicta.

Kieron McCann, who shrugged off a chest infection to play had tested Gills’ keeper Tom Hadley early on and Hadler, who played several cup games for Folkestone on loan in his teenage days pulled off an excellent save to deny Ian Draycott.

But a late strike from Roman Campbell put the gloss on victory for the visitors who had former Invicta coach Jason Lillis and Ian Cox in charge of their squad on the night.

Invicta boss Neil Cugley said: “The lads who came in all did well, and it was a good workout for the squad.”

Invicta: Shaw (Coleman 79); Abaogye, Starkey (Baker 79), Newman, Vincent, Everitt, Draycott, Rowland, Paxman, McCann (Ter Horst 64)/

Sub not used: Evans