Evesham United looked on course to end a run of four games without a win, until a floodlight failure after 37 minutes against Wimborne Town forced the game to be abandoned with the Robins holding a commanding 3-0 lead.  Debutant striker Carl Brown fired Evesham into an 8th minute lead with a clever back-heel following David Kalonji’s good run and cross.  Then two goals in two minutes put Evesham firmly in the driving seat.  A corner on the left eventually fell to defender Henry Eze who volleyed home from the edge of the area and on the half-hour the impressive Brown got his second and United’s third with a close range finish to convert Lee Osborne’s cross.  Leading scorer Marcus Palmer rattled the Wimborne cross bar before the Jubilee Stadium fell in darkness to bring a premature end to proceedings.

Family and friends of former United player Neil Emms observed a minute’s silence before kick-off following his untimely death on 16th November.

Eze scored with volley

Evesham United: Cross, Kalonji, Osborne, Sysum, Eze, Williams, Fitter, Blake, Palmer, Brown, Downing

Subs not used: Kandekore, Hardwick, O’Meara, Babayo, Meredith

Referee: Mr Robin Cox (Banbury)

Attendance: 306