McCormack double sees off Torquay...
TORQUAY 1 (McKenzie 75), UNITED 2 (McCormack 7, 11)
Torquay: Poke, Nicholson, Downes, Saah, Lathorpe, Mansell, Jarvis, Howe, Morris, Leadbitter, Bodin. Subs: Rice, Macklin, MacKenzie, Easton, Stevens, Craig, Cruise, Thompson, Yeoman.
Leeds: Ashdown, Lees, Cranie (Byram 46), Pearce, Drury, White (Rogers 79), Green, Brown (Thompson 79), Varney (Pugh 65), Gray, McCormack (Poleon 65).
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The sun was beating down on Plainmoor for the final game of United's tour of the south west and over 3,000 travelling fans created what was a lively atmosphere for a pre-season game.
It was proving a successful tour and things got even better inside the opening 11 minutes of the game at Torquay United after Ross McCormack scored with two superb strikes.
The first came after just seven minutes when he opened the scoring with a well struck effort from distance and the second came on 11 when he smashed home a free-kick to double his tally.
That really set the tone for a half of football which United dominated. McCormack went close with another effort after he turned and volleyed from distance while Andy Gray came close to yet another pre-season goal after Tom Lees teed him up with the chance.
United were stretching Torquay and Luke Varney went close on two occasions before he turned provider, whipping in a ball which Paul Green couldn't quite convert.
The hosts did have one opportunity moments before half-time, but Jamie Ashdown proved equal by making his first save of the contest.
The second half was a much more keenly fought affair although United's lead was rarely tested until Kirtys McKenzie headed home on 75 minutes, despite claims of a foul from Jason Pearce who went to ground when the ball was whipped in.
United had more defending to do in the second period - Lloyd Macklin gave the hosts some added width - but for the biggest part there were no real concerns.