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Nine-man Tonbridge suffered a humiliating 7-0 defeat at Skrill South relegation rivals Boreham Wood on Saturday.
Angels, who had Chris Piper and David Ijaha sent-off, would have moved above Wood with a victory but were soon in trouble with Callum Reynolds’ tap-in giving the hosts a sixth-minute lead.
Junior Morais scored the first goal of his hat-trick on 24 minutes and headed home his second four minutes before half-time.
Manager Tommy Warrilow's Angels finished the half with 10 men as Piper was dismissed for a challenge on Morais.
Boreham Wood made a flying start to the second half, Kudus Oyenuga finishing Morais’ cross on 48 minutes.
Morais completed his hat-trick six minutes later, then Angels lost Ijaha to a second yellow card.
Graeme Montgomery made it six after 78 minutes, with substitute Lee Angol adding Wood’s seventh eight minutes from time.
Despite the embarrassment, Angels will climb out of the bottom three if they beat fellow strugglers Maidenhead at home on Tuesday night.
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