FOOTBALL: Munton worried by Wakes form

Well in: Bourne's Dan Smith battles for the ball at the Abbey Lawn on Saturday. Photo: SG151011-14MD (MIKE DAVISON)

Well in: Bourne's Dan Smith battles for the ball at the Abbey Lawn on Saturday. Photo: SG151011-14MD (MIKE DAVISON)

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BOURNE TOWN 0 BURTON PARK WANDERERS 2 (Whiteman 25, Wisniewski 78): BELEAGURED Bourne continue to struggle in UCL Division One.

It’s now just one win from nine games for the Wakes, who shipped goals in each half at the Abbey Lawn on Saturday.

Darren Munton’s men last tasted victory on September 3 and are now without a success in six games.

They are averaging just a goal a game too, while they’ve shipped six in their past two outings.

Worried player/boss Munton admits he has problems at both ends of the field.

He said: “We gifted them both goals and are making the kind of mistakes you can’t get away with.

“We’re not creating much either and look like we’re lacking a bit of quality.”

Former Spalding United midfielder Jedd Whiteman scored the opener for Wanderers opener, punishing some poor home defending on 25 minutes.

Jack Wisniewski sealed the points for the away side 12 minutes from time after slack marking from a corner.

Just 32 fans turned up to watch the clash, as Bourne slipped into the bottom half of the table.

Wakes: Jarman, Currall, Campion, P Conneely, Jesson, Smith, Bell (L Conneely), Betts (Firth), Brockbank, Hood, T Cardall (Moss).

Saturday: Wootton Blue Cross v Bourne (3pm).