RACING Club Warwick were swept aside as far as the scoreline was concerned in a 4-0 defeat to Bewdley Town but spectators probably left Townsend Meadow wondering what they had witnessed.
Racing had plenty of good possession in dangerous areas in Saturday’s Midland League Premier Division fixture but failed to capitalise whereas the visitors pounced on errors for three of the four goals they scored.
Ricardo Dudley was sent off to compound matters further with the referee deeming a coming together a red card offence and reacting to the loud protests from the visiting bench for a shove in the chest.
A hat-trick from Kyle Belmont to follow an opener from Simon Rudd ensured Bewdley took all three points and the two sides face each other this Saturday in the FA Vase in Bewdley.
Before then, the Racers look to bounce back tonight (Tuesday) when second-placed Hanley Town visit Townsend Meadow. Kick-off is 7.45pm.
Racing Club Warwick U23’s fell to their second defeat of the season losing 4-2 at Solihull Sporting.
They also have a chance to put matters right as they face Solihull again on Saturday at Townsend Meadow.