JACK Ormiston was Whitchurch United's hat-trick hero as they beat visiting bottom side Folland Sports 4-1.

The home side carved out a chance straight from the kick-off and could have been 8-0 in the first 25 minutes, had they put away their chances.

The visitors then had their first attack of the game and took the lead, to leave Whitchurch boss Carl Bennett fuming.

The home side hit back as Ormiston opened the home side's account but it was still 1-1 at half time.

A stern team talk followed and after the break, Whitchurch added three more goals.

Ormiston got the first, Taureen Manders the next from a Luke Neller corner and then Ormiston completed his hat-trick.

After the game Bennett said: "In the first half we had 10 chances and I would have scored six or seven and I am 36-years-old and overweight.

"In the end it was good win, but we we could have scored 10, which would have helped our goal difference."

This weekend, Whitchurch travel to Alton and Bennett said: "It is going to be a tough game, but my team is getting better all the time and I believe we can match anyone. The 3G pitch will mean we can play some football so I am looking forward to it ."

The Jam Boys will be without centre half Callum Williams due a hamstring injury and Stefan Bramall is a doubt after suffering a bruised foot in the Folland win, because of this Whitchurch have signed centre back Greg Cooper from Winchester Castle.