YOUNG Rafael Marques Ferreira certainly made people sit up and take notice after his goalscoring exploits in Guiseley Academy’s latest win, an 11-3 demolition of Boston United.

Ferreira hit a hat-trick in quick time as Guiseley moved 3-0 up, with his second strike coming as he put the rebound from a penalty home.

Lewis Hey netted Guiseley’s fourth, with a looping header in the 29th minute, before Boston pulled one back from a free-kick.

Darwin King’s left footed sledgehammer of a shot into the top corner left the Boston ‘keeper no chance as The Lions roared into a 5-1 lead.

Ferreira was then back on the scoring trail, taking the score to 6-1 when he fired low and hard across the ‘keeper.

Enjoying a great performance, Ferreira netted his fifth as a result of a quick free-kick, which culminated in Nathan Newall firing the ball across the six yard box for him to force home.

It was now 7-2 after Boston had netted early in the second-half. However Ferreira, not satisfied with one hat-trick, bagged his sixth goal from the penalty spot to make it 8-2.

Joe Webster then decided to have a piece of the action with an exquisite lob from all of 30 yards to take it to 9-2, before Boston pulled one back.

That man Ferreira was not yet done though and added his seventh goal to make it 10-3.

Newall completed the scoring at 11-3, with a real thunderbolt to finish off an excellent afternoon’s work by Dave Currie’s young charges.