Five star display by Woodrow
10:02am Wednesday 2nd October 2013 in Sport
NICKY Woodrow starred in Johnston's six-goal demolition over Hundleton at home.
The former Welsh League striker bagged five goals, producing a classy display in front of goal for his new team.
Woodrow opened the scoring in the 30th minute when he latched onto a cross from co-striker Joe John. Five minutes later and Steven Dockerty's through ball ended with the deadly front man rounding keeper Dan Griffiths.
On the half hour mark Ben Skudder scored directly from a corner. Five minutes before half time and the visitors were awarded a penalty that Shaun Donahoe fired over the crossbar.
After the break it was all Johnston mounting wave after wave of attack as the visitors were on the back foot. Woodrow added the fourth on the hour, heading home Dockerty's cross for the fifth and then rose highest in the box to nod in John's cross from the right.
The Tigers have moved up to fifth in the table, five points behind leaders Narberth.
After the final whistle Hundleton manager Mark Powell announced that he has stepped down as manager after seven years in charge. Nothing to do with the result he is finding it tough to juggle work commitments with football and player Jamie Stanley has agreed to take over the reins.
JOHNSTON: Martin Langdon, Andrew John, Chris Ormond, Sion Price, Steve Mills, Luke Hayward, Tom Wilks, Steve Dockerty, Ben Skudder, Joe John, Nicky Woodrow. Subs: Ben Phillips, Nigel Jenkins, Martyn Tweedie.
HUNDLETON: Dan Griffiths, Rhodri Davies, Dan Wood, Shaun Donahoe, Jamie Stanley, Jason Donahoe, Geraint Lewis, Lloyd Wilson, Marc Edwards, Craig Asperassa, Thomas Powell. Subs: Lee Callan, Lee Murray.
REFEREE: Matthew Mercer.