Walton & Hersham are made to pay for the earliest of early baths
11:09am Monday 19th August 2013 in Sport
By Mervyn Rees
Walton & Hersham suffered their first defeat in Ryman Division One South when Mark McLeod’s red card handed Hythe Town the initiative with only six minutes on the clock.
The visitors to Stompond Lane took full advantage winning 4-0, and it could have been worse but for a penalty save by the Swans’ keeper Tim Roberts.
Dave Cook was the man denied, but he did bag two goals, and Shaun Welford and Michael Yianni sealed a bad day at the office for Swans’ manager Steve Baker.
Walton & Hersham go to Sittingbourne tomorrow night (Tuesday) and Corinthian Casuals on Saturday.
James McShane brings the ball out against Hythe Town SP78635
No goals this time for last week's hat-trick man Will Turl SP78635
Jan Onigua tries in vain to breach the Hythe back four SP78635
Looking on: Steve Baker endured a bad day at the office on Saturday SP78635
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