STANWAY ROVERS manager Danny Slatter has vowed to address the “ill-discipline” that led to his side suffering a rare defeat on Saturday.

The Thurlow Nunn League premier division high-fliers conceded two second-half goals and lost 2-0 at home to Wroxham.

It was a disappointing result made worse by the fact three players were shown red cards, after picking up their second bookings.

Jack Baker, Daniel Cunningham and Milo Grimes were all given their marching orders, at The Hawthorns.

“It was unfortunate because we missed good chances at crucial times in the game,” said Slatter, whose side return to action at Walsham-le-Willows tonight (kick-off 7.45pm).

“In the end, ill-discipline cost us and that’s something I’ll be addressing.

“It makes tonight’s game an even bigger match.

“Walsham is never an easy place to go, so we have to be at our best again and take our chances.

“We need to move on and get back to winning ways.”

Stanway are fifth in the premier division but level on points with fourth-placed Norwich United.

They are back on their travels on Saturday, at Godmanchester Rovers, before returning to The Hawthorns for a fixture against Gorleston on February 1.