HEREFORD Pegasus joint-manager Dave Cadwallader said his side put in their ‘worst performance of the season’ resulting in a 4-0 home defeat to Roman Glass St George.

Pegasus were punished by a ruthless Roman Glass side with three second half goals securing their away win.

“It was our worst performance of the season,” said Cadwallader. “We set up to not concede and they scored early, we didn’t turn up really. It was one of those days, a bad day at the office.

“We were off the pace and let them play. They are a good side and if you’re going to let good players play that’s going to show in results like today.

“The last month we have been pretty pure and things need to turn.”

It was the visitors who had the opening chance of the game with Lewis Gilchrist seeing an opening in the Pegasus defence and sending a floated effort wide.

On the sixth minute Gilchrist did find the net again shooting from the edge of the box with the ball taking a deflection into the bottom corner.

Pegasus responded with Connor Davies-Austin seeing his effort saved by the goalkeeper and from the resulting corner Harrison Summers saw his effort blocked.

After the opening chanced there was little to separate the sides in the opening 30 minutes as Pegasus probed for a way back into the game.

However, it was the visitors who went close again 10 minutes before half-time when winger Sahcquille Smith was played in on goal and forced a one-on-one save from goalkeeper James Loader.

Moments later Aidan Sanfelice saw his effort blocked before Pegasus skipper Lewis Fletcher was on hand to deny Smith a close-range effort at goal.

Pegasus goalkeeper Loader was forced back into action after a run from full-back Dominic Anderson-Gordon allowed Smith to cross for Josh Williams forcing a good save.

Just two minutes into the second half Roman Glass doubled their lead with Gilchrist driving forward before firing his effort into the net.

The game was sealed with a third goal coming on the 63rd minute when Peggy were unable to take the ball from Smith who ran into the box and slotted home.

Smith was causing Pegasus a host of problem and again cut inside moments later before floating his effort over the crossbar.

Substitute Josh Jenkins also tested the visitors sending his effort from range just over the crossbar.

With 15 minutes of the game remaining Pegasus mustered a response and Ben Miller fired a decent effort just wide.

However, it was Roman Glass who furthered their advantage with two minutes left on the clock Ollie Woodhouse guided his header home from a corner to complete the 4-0 victory.