The Non-League Football Paper - - EVO-STIK LEAGUE SOUTH - By Jeremy Fox

GOSPORT’S new boss Mick Catlin’s search for a win con­tin­ues.

This re­sult, cou­pled with Dunstable’s home win against Farnborough, cast Boro three points adrift at the bot­tom of the league.

Tyrique Hyde-Skeritt scored twice, his first on 21 min­utes as a de­fen­sive er­ror al­lowed him the space and time.

The vis­i­tors made it two as cap­tain Mark Hughes prof­ited from a cor­ner which wasn’t prop­erly dealt with leav­ing Gosport with a lot of work to do.

Boro of­fered more in the sec­ond half, with sub­sti­tute Max Smith in­spir­ing them into mov­ing up through the gears.

Smith had a golden op­por­tu­nity to re­duce the ar­rears as he found him­self in space on the right hand side of the vis­i­tors’ area. His shot was well saved by McCarthy but the off­side flag had been raised.

The Hert­ford­shire side ef­fec­tively won the game when Hyde-Sk­er­ritt un­leashed a beau­ti­fully struck shot leav­ing Lewis Watch with no chance as it curled over the keeper and in off the un­der­side of the bar.

Gosport scored a con­so­la­tion as On­wauchwu’s header sailed past McCarthy af­ter con­nect­ing with Woood­ward’s cross.

STAR MAN: Tyrique Hyde-Sk­er­ritt (Stort­ford) EN­TER­TAIN­MENT:

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