UCL round-up: Woeful Woodford United suffer 16-0 thrashing at Whitworth

Paul Pickering hit a hat-trick for Spencer in their 5-0 victory over St Neots Saints
Paul Pickering hit a hat-trick for Spencer in their 5-0 victory over St Neots Saints

Rock-bottom Woodford United’s season went from bad to worse as they slumped to a 16-0 defeat at Wellingborough Whitworth.

It was a record UCL win for Whitworth against a Woodford side who have now conceded 152 goals in just 30 league games.

Ross Patrick set the ball rolling with a first minute opener and Jonny Hazell added a second goal after seven minutes.

Patrick netted his second goal after 19 minutes with Matt Hibberd next on the scoresheet six minutes later.

Ryan Baxter’s 43rd-minute penalty took the home tally to five and Taylor Orosz made it six a minute into first half added time.

There was no respite for the Reds after the interval. as Hibberd became the first Flourman to a hat-trick, scoring after 52 and 62 minutes.

Mark Pryor joined the spree on 64 minutes with Orosz scoring his second a minute later to take the tally into double figures.

Dan Bendon was next to net on 72 minutes before Jamie White scored his first two on 75 and 80 minutes.

Orosz was second to a hat-trick on 85 minutes, with White becoming the game’s third three-goal marksman four minutes later.

Pryor had the last word in the final minute.

With promotion rivals Harrowby and Eynesbury losing, Spencer boosted their promotion prospects with a powerful second-half display demolishing a young St Neots Saints side 5-0.

After a goalless first half Paul Pickering made the 54th-minute breakthrough for the Millers.

Luke Stone doubled the home lead after 63 minutes and Liam Tuck extended the advantage further two minutes later.

Pickering completed the home nap hand with further goals after 76 and 84 minutes bringing him his hat-trick.

ON Chenecks suffered a second home defeat in a row as next to bottom Bourne enjoyed their latest visit to one of their lucky grounds.

Alex Brockbank put the Wakes ahead after breaking clear five minutes before the interval, and then added a second for Bourne seven minutes after the restart, converting a through ball.

George Clarke cut the deficit with a 75th-minute penalty awarded for a handball, but that was as good as it got for Chenecks.

Harrowby’s promotion challenge suffered another setback with their second defeat of the week, losing 2-0 to Olney Town.

Toby Obosu gave the Nurserymen the lead with a 35-yard strike after eight minutes.

The outcome remained in the balance until James Wardell sealed Olney’s success by punishing a goalkeeping error in the last minute of the match.

There was still time for home midfielder Darryl Smith to receive his marching orders.

Bugbrooke notched up a fourth win in five outings to deflate a depleted Peterborough Sports 4-2.

Isaac Jagroop gave the home side the lead three minutes in, converting a Dan Clements cut back from twelve yards, but Will Briscoe equalised for Bugbrooke, getting goal side of his marker to lift the ball over Aaron Keir after 10 minutes. Sports regained the lead through Ondre Odain after 38 minutes, a spot kick after Clements was fouled by Ty Clark.

A turning point was Nick Moore’s second Bugbrooke equaliser from a Briscoe cross after 47 minutes.

In the premier division, Sileby Rangers moved six points clear of the relegation zone with a 3-0 win over a Long Buckby side which is now just a point ahead of them.

Ex-Buckby man Lance Allen gave Sileby the lead after 48 minutes.

The outcome remained in the balance until Sam Maude doubled the home advantage after 83 minutes.

Allen completed the scoring three minutes into added time.

Ten-man Cogenhoe United left Wisbech with a valuable point despite playing the entire second half a man down after Ross Harris received a second yellow card late in the first period.

The Fenmen made a great start, taking a first minute lead through Matt Lunn.

Top scorer Tom Liversedge equalised for the Cooks after 19 minutes.