Hotshot Stevenage keep scoring streak going against patched-up Welwyn Garden City

PUBLISHED: 13:36 06 November 2018

Dan Hatt sheilds the ball in the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOO

Dan Hatt sheilds the ball in the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOO

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High-scoring Stevenage lived up to their pre-match billing as they won 7-2 at Welwyn Garden City.

Dan Hatt sheilds the ball in the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOODan Hatt sheilds the ball in the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOO

The visitors had hit 35 in six games before their trip south and they were in rampant form from the off.

Aiden Parker shoots at goal in the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOOAiden Parker shoots at goal in the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOO

Welwyn started the game with a number of second team players in their ranks as half-term and injuries bit hard.

Stevenage celebrate scoring in the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOOStevenage celebrate scoring in the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOO

It also meant central defender James Lutario had to go in goal although he did manfully against a Stevenage side who created numerous chances and attacked with verve and vigour.

Stevenage celebrate scoring in the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOOStevenage celebrate scoring in the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOO

The first goal was followed by a further three in quick succession but the second-half saw play a lot more even.

Stevenage score after the ball fell kindly in the area during the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOOStevenage score after the ball fell kindly in the area during the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOO

Stevenage still managed another three but two quick Bryn Evans goals kept WGC interested.

James Lutrario makes a great save with his glove hand in the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOOJames Lutrario makes a great save with his glove hand in the match between WGC and Stevenage men's 1's. Picture: DANNY LOO

But it still led to a second straight defeat and the much-stretched WGC squad will be looking forward to a change of fortune when they welcome West Herts on Saturday.

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