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Individual errors cost Folkestone Invicta dear and led to a largely disappointing 5-0 home defeat against a strong Maidstone United squad at the Fullicks Stadium on Monday.

Manager Neil Cugley said: “We gave away three very poor goals – their second, third and fourth of the game.

“At that level, sides are always going to take chances like those we allowed them. They probably had seven chances on the night and took five of them.

“We made mistakes and must learn from them and learn quickly. Yes, we’d had a hard game (against Gillingham) on Saturday, but we’ll have to play better than that this weekend. We’ve got a few days to recover and let’s hope that we can.

“I’ve always believed that you need hard games like we’ve had to get the players really fit, and that’s what pre-season is all about.”

Big ex-Bournemouth striker Joe Quigley – a Republic of Ireland Under 21 international – gave Jay Saunders side the lead turning a cross from the right past Folkestone keeper Tim Roberts on just six minutes.

Invicta rallied well, without any luck with Sam Hasler testing Stones’ goalie Lee Worgan with a typically powerfully struck free-kick and summer signing Alfie Paxman not too far off target with a header.

But it was 2-0 by the break when Blair Turgott exchanged passed with tricky Jamar Loza and drove the ball home on 43 minutes.

Stones’ boss Saunders made nine changes at the break with only Worgan and Seth Nana Twumasi staying on into the second period.

What chances Folkestone had of getting back in the game were dealt a massive blow when the visitors went further in front through Jack Paxman just three minutes after the restart.

Further goals from trialist David Ajiboye and Stuart Lewis gave a slightly distorted look to the scoreline but as manager Cugley rightly said, the home side will need to be far sharper against another National League side, Dover Athletic at the Fullicks on Saturday.

Invicta: Roberts; Aboagye, Blanks, Vincent (Starkey 65), Davies (Newman 45), Evans, Hasler (Everitt 35), Dolan, Draycott, Dos Santos (Yusuff 45, Walmsley 76), A Paxman