|Akinfenwa 77||Venue: Priestfield Stadium
|Morison 7, 18, Keogh 28|
A FIRST-HALF double from Steve Morison set Millwall on their way to a comfortable 3-1 win over Gillingham at the Priestfield Stadium.
Morison's first goals of pre-season came before Andy Keogh headed in a third goal with less than 30 minutes on the clock.
Bayo Akinfenwa bagged a late consolation for the Kent side.
Millwall took the lead in just the seventh minute when Morison slammed the loose ball into the bottom corner after Jimmy Abdou had bundled his way into the area.
Moments later, a slick move involving Keogh and Scott Malone ended with Morison heading just wide at the far post, but the Lions striker soon had his second goal, latching onto Feeney's pass and sweeping home from a tight angle in the 18th minute.
Morison nearly added his and the visitors' third goal when Feeney's deflected cross dropped into his path at the far post, but he sliced his shot wide from close range.
But it was 3-0 shortly afterwards when Morison broke clear down the right flank and clipped an inch-perfect cross onto the head of Keogh, who guided the ball into the far corner.
Keogh nearly repeated the feat from Feeney's centre in the 35th minute, but this time his header dropped into the grateful arms of goalkeeper Stuart Nelson.
James Henry had Millwall's first shot on goal of the second half, forcing Nelson to palm his ferocious drive behind for a corner in the 48th minute.
Substitute Jermaine Easter then powered a header narrowly over the bar from Feeney's cross, before Malone's curler was tipped over by Nelson.
A wave of substitutions by both managers disrupted the flow of the game but Richard Chaplow's one-two with Martyn Woolford created a chance for Dany N'Guessan, whose shot was blocked.
In the 71st minute, Easter skipped past a couple of challenges before hammering a shot off the underside of the bar as the Lions pushed for a fourth goal.
But Gills substitute Akinfenwa headed a deep cross over David Forde to pull one back.
Easter could have restored Millwall's three-goal lead five minutes from time but he hooked Alan Dunne's pass narrowly wide.
Millwall: Forde, Smith (Chaplow, 63mins), Malone (Shorey, 63mins), Abdou, Shittu (Osborne, 63mins), Beevers (Robinson, 63mins), Feeney (McManus, 85mins), Wright (Easter, 46mins), Keogh (Dunne, 46mins), Morison (N'Guessan, 63mins), Henry (Woolford, 63mins). Subs not used: Bywater.