The Scottish League 2 facet have defeated Clach 5-0 and Lossiemouth 6-0 over the previous week, however fundamental striker Hester has not been concerned.
Matheus Machado, Jake Dolzanski, Fin Allen, Angus Mailer and Brian Cameron hit the web in opposition to the Lilywhites on Saturday.
Elgin Metropolis have had 10 scorers of 11 pre-season targets to date – and Kane Hester hasn’t even been taking part in.
On Tuesday, in a 6-0 win in opposition to Lossiemouth, additionally of the Highland League, Machado scored one other, with Jake Thomson, Matt Jamieson, Darryl McHardy, Dylan Lawrence and Russell Dingwall additionally on the scoresheet.
Supervisor Gavin Worth is out there for a ahead to take the strain of Hester’s shoulders, however has been delighted with the sharpness of his gamers, with many of the squad given minutes to date.
He mentioned: “It was good to get everybody bedded in and get sport time within the legs.
“The health of the gamers has been evident from the beginning. We regarded robust all through the video games, with a whole lot of totally different gamers getting time on the pitch.
“It’s nonetheless early on in pre-season, however we’re trying fairly far forward when it comes to our preparation.”
On Thursday night time, Elgin bolstered their squad by signing former Caley Thistle attacking midfielder Kenny McInnes, 18, on a two-year deal.
The play-maker and objective risk hung out on mortgage at Forres Mechanics final season and can intention to hit the bottom working at his new membership.
Worth, who has additionally signed defenders Jevan Anderson and Jake Dolzanski, reckons McInnes can kick his profession on in Elgin colors.
He mentioned: “Kenny has are available in throughout pre-season and proven a terrific urge for food for the sport.
“He has proven an actual starvation and proven all the fitting attributes and he can actually push on now at Elgin and be a profitable participant at Borough Briggs.
“He works arduous and covers a whole lot of floor and is at all times in search of a ahead cross.