Hellenic Division Two West

Woodstock Town..... 0

Bourton Rovers........ 9

Bourton Rovers did their title chances the power of good as they secured their biggest win of the season with a stunning victory over bottom club Woodstock Town.

Josh Fielding and Steve Nurse returned to the starting XI and both impressed on their returns.

Rovers started the game well having plenty of possession and looked dangerous in the final third but Woodstock also looked a threat on the break.

The deadlock was broken in the 18th minute when Dan Smith finished off a flowing team move from ten yards.

Rovers then dropped off the pace and Woodstock came into the game.

The hosts played some great football and at pace but were unable to final a breakthrough.

The first half closed with Rovers one goal to the good.

A change in shape at half time worked for Rovers as they scored their second in the opening minute of the second half when Nurse met a perfectly placed cross by Josh Fielding.

A third goal followed quickly when Rovers were awarded a penalty and captain for the day Danny Way stepped up and calmly sent the keeper the wrong way.

Josh Fielding got his reward for a good performance in the 70th minute to make it 4-0 as he coolly finished from 12 yards.

Five late goals followed as Woodstock tired and Rovers grew in confidence.

Bourton Manager Scott Powles was delighted with his team's second half performance and the quality of finishing late on.

He was also happy with debutant Jack Hughes' performance and the four goals Nurse scored on the day.

Rovers have a difficult game coming up against fourth place Adderbury Park at home on Saturday as they look to close the gap on the leading pack.

Bourton are currently fifth, nine points off top spot but have four games in hand over league leaders Wantage Town Development.