20 April 2009
Havant & Waterville 0 - 3 Fisher Athletic
A disastrous weekend for the Fish saw them league eight goals without response, as they continue to limp to the end of their season and the face up to the possibility of going out of existence.
Next Saturday against Hayes and Yeading could be their final fixture in their current format, as just days after they complete the fixture the money men of the club will once again return to the Royal Courts of Justice to prevent the team being wound up.
On the pitch goals from Luke Medley, Luke Nightingale and Craig Watkins saw Havant secure their own safety easily, but meant the Black and Whites endured another afternoon of torment.
Going behind after 90 seconds meant events never boded that well and there were few surprises as the Hampshire outfit ran out convincing winners.
The Easter weekend got worse last Monday when Fisher were thumped by their local rival Welling, again finding themselves behind the eight ball early on as two goals flew in the first twelve minutes.
Graeme Andrews and Ryan Johnson got the two early efforts, with further efforts from Lee Protheroe, Sam Hurrell and Charlie Sheringham putting the Fish totally to the sword.
Sheringham, son of Millwall and England's Teddy, also had the luxury of missing a penalty as they trounced Fisher in the Easter sun.
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