Warminster 0 Wellington 3
WELLINGTON continued their improvement under new boss Jamie Ward with a vital win away to Warminster, who have returned to the league this season.
Welly had climbed off the bottom of the table the previous week courtesy of a stunning 6-1 home win over fellow strugglers Shrewton United.
That day, they were boosted by the inclusion of three temporary signings from Bridgwater Town but they were not in the squad which did so well in Wiltshire to prove the permanent players really can stand on their own feet.
Against Shrewton, Wellington left it until after the interval to score all of their goals and it was the same story at Warminster as they climbed another position away from the foot of the table.
Midfielder Luke Cole gave them the lead with a left-foot strike from the edge of the box before young striker Luke Redrup marked his return to the side by scoring after a fine pass by Tom Hopkins.
And Redrup completed a man-of-the-match performance with Wellington’s third goal, scoring on the rebound from a free kick by Cole.
After two successive victories, Wellington can look forward with confidence to a run of three home games in only eight days either side of Christmas.
Wellington: Jake Viney, Nicky Ford, Martin White, Scott Holland, Jack Adams, Tom Hopkins, Andy Butler, Luke Cole, Darren Rice, Luke Redrup, Kyle Bassett. Substitutes: Joe Chamberlain, Ed Weeks and Max Westlake (used); Tom Ellis and Joe Holmes (not used).
Match report courtesy of WAFC