It was a day to forget for the visiting side who emerged as losers in a 7-0 thumping by the Brentham Colts. Brentham opened the scoring around the 30-minute mark with a well-worked team goal resulting in a tap-in for Brentham’s number nine. 

Despite this, the talking point of the first half was the controversial decision to sin-bin the Pitshanger striker due to poor conduct after a dangerous tackle on a former Pitshanger player.

 With the score just 1-0 at half-time, the next goal would be crucial and a lively, fast-paced start was essential for Pitshanger. However, the opposite happened with the Brentham number six latching onto a loose ball, feeding through Colt's left winger who made no mistake, calmly placing the ball into the far bottom corner. 

The misery piled on from here as Brentham put five more into the Pitshanger goal, the penultimate being emphatically finished by the former Pitshanger and current Brentham centre-back. 

Brentham deserves the plaudits for their phenomenal performance but Pitshanger’s performance was abysmal. A severe lack of cohesion stymied a plethora of attacking opportunities with their side only registering four shots in the ninety minutes. Team goalkeeper, Teo Andric, believes the team lacking attacking threat was the driving factor behind the team’s humiliation saying “We are not comfortable on the ball.”

 Pitshanger have not scored in their last two games, conceding 13 in that time, a real cause for concern. They face unbeaten Hanwell Town in their next game which is shaping up to be a very one-sided affair based on current form.