Glapwell started the game well and played some really good football at times and it was no real shock when they took the lead on 32 minutes. Lee Easom did brilliantly to bring the ball under control and fire a rocket of a shot into the top corner from the edge of the area.
But the second half was a different story as the home side turned the game on its head with two goals in three minutes although the second was a good strike from distance.
Blackwell added a couple more goals in the space of ten minutes and there was a bit of a danger that Glapwell would crumble altogether but to their credit they regrouped and added a bit more respectability to the scoreline when Josh Marsh made it 4-2 just before the end.
But, all-in-all it was a good run-out for Glapwell and there are some positives to take out it, particularly from the first half showing.
Next up, they play their first home game of pre-season when Borrowash Victoria travel to Hall Corner this Saturday, kick-off 3pm.