3:02pm Wednesday 9th October 2013
St Ishmaels 0
A BRILLIANT second half hat-trick by Nicky Woodrow condemned determined St Ishmaels to defeat at The Glebelands Ground.
This was the only game played in the top flight and this result has moved The Tigers into second spot in the table as the visitors stay rock bottom. It took the home side an hour before they finally broke the deadlock.
Woodrow pounced with a firm header from a cross by co-striker Joe John. Then the Tigers grabbed three goals in the last five minutes. Woodrow scored with a tap-in from an accurate Steven Dockerty cross, and Scott Murray added a third, the midfielder unleashing an unstoppable 25 yard strike that flew in the top corner.
Right at the death Woodrow completed his treble as John's shot fell kindly to the striker who made no mistake from close range, he's remarkably scored 18 goals in his last eight appearances for the Tigers.
Johnston: Martin Langdon, Andrew John, Chris Ormond, Sion Price, Steve Mills, Luke Hayward, Tom Wilks, Steve Dockerty, Ben Skudder, Joe John, Nicky Woodrow. Subs: Mark Jones, Martyn Tweedie, Ben Phillips.
St Ishmaels: Jonathan Pawlett, Andy Howells, Martyn Pawlett, Gareth Cheshire, Connor Daines, Andy Mathias, Lewy Davies, Ethan Hawkins, Joel Morgan, Brennan Findlay, Jack Palmer. Subs: Scott Aldred, Marc Devonald.
Referee: Steve Williams.
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