Wrington travelled to ‘The Grove’ this Saturday delighted to get an early chance to reverse a 1-2 home defeat to Nailsea United three weeks previously.

However, what can only be described as possibly the worst 90 minutes in the Smith Probert era ensured that a reversal was never on the cards.

The game kicked off and by the 9th minute Wrington were 2 down. Slack marking leading to both goals.

Wrington did however begin to get themselves back in the game and chances for Cheeseman and Murray should have led to a goal. But half time arrived with Nailsea still 2 up.

The second half got underway and Wrington managed to get themselves back in the game with Cheeseman prodding the ball home from close range following a goalmouth scramble.

Wrington were now pressing hard for an equaliser but another error forced Jake Murry to foul a United player. An excellent free kicked restored the 2 goal lead.

From then on the wheels came off with a complete lack of marking and organisation blighted Wringtons’ play for the rest of the match as Nailsea ran riot and any set piece looked like it would end up in the back of the Wrington net.

This is what happened on two further occasions as Nailsea ran out comfortable 5-1 winners.

This was a poor performance against a decent Nailsea Team. However, if you fail to compete you get what you deserve as Wrington did in this game.