On a cold wet Tuesday night in Hamworthy, the Hammers faced bottom of the league Hythe and Dibden at the County Ground.
The first half was dominated by Hamworthy possession with the opposing team unable to really get a hold of things and struggled to settle into the game.
Both teams had chances to get ahead in the first half with Hamworthy having the more dangerous chances and eventually the Hammers hard work paid off with a goal from Matty Neale giving the Hammers the lead just 25 minutes into the game.
Hamworthy doubled their lead in the 40th minute as Cam Munn who after some great skill inside the oppositions box weaving past defenders managed to slot the ball home to double the Hammers lead.
At halftime, it ended Hamworthy 2 – 0 Hythe and Dibden.
The second half got underway with the away team kicking off – it started well for the away side as they looked more settled into the game but Hamworthy still looking the more dominate side but 57 minutes in and after a fumble at the back for Hamworthy striker Sam Woodward puts the ball past the Hamworthy keeper to keep his side in the game.
However, the goal from Woodward was not enough and after a few more chances at both ends the game finished Hamworthy 2 – 1 Hythe and Dibden.
After the game Hamworthy Manager Tim Sills said, “At the end of the day we are happy with the three points”.
“Very happy with our first half performance should have probably gone into the break three or four up not two, then obviously gifted them a goal that’s the disappointing thing”.
Goal scorer Cam Munn said, “this was my first game back in six weeks so not too bad to get a goal”.