STEFAN Mols marked his Warrington Town debut with the killer goal in Saturday's FA Trophy third qualifying round success on Tyneside.

The 22-year-old Spaniard, who has spent the past four seasons in the youth system at Blackburn Rovers and featured regularly for the club’s under 23s, came off the bench to notch the second goal in Town's 2-0 victory over lower-division Hebburn Town.

Nine minutes after replacing Bohan Dixon, the midfielder was in the right place to capitalise on the home goalkeeper only managing to parry back into play a shot from Jack Mackreth in the 75th minute.

Reid had been involved earlier in the build-up, just as he was for Yellows' opening goal.

His strong run and pinpoint pass cut up the Hebburn defence, and Mackreth took one touch before finishing neatly for 1-0 after 58 minutes.

The goals ensured Town's unbeaten run extended to six matches and that the club's name will be in the hat for the first round proper on Monday.