UCL Division One Eynesbury Rovers 1 AFC Kempston Rovers 6 A POOR defensive display from understrength Rovers led to their second 6-1 defeat of the season. A Paul Morris handball in the area after five minutes set the tone and goalkeeper Ben Housego was too often left isolated. James Dove headed a goal back for Rovers after the half hour but away goals came at regular intervals. Eynesbury manager Dean Shipp said: "I'm incredibly frustrated because you never know which Eynesbury Rovers side is going to turn up from one week to the next. "The marking was very poor, we weren't tracking their runners and although the scoreline flattered them a bit, we got exactly what we deserved on the day - nothing." Rovers visit struggling Irchester on Saturday. n Godmanchester Rovers have a bottom of the table Ridgeons League clash against Long Melford at Bearscroft Lane on Saturday, kick off 3pm.