MANAGER Carl Heeley described Wor-cester City’s FA Cup defeat to God-alming Town as the lowest point of his career.

The City boss pulled no punches after watching his side lose 2-1 to the Ryman League minnows in the second qualifying round.

Worcester, who missed out on £4,500 in prize money, conceded twice in the first 11 minutes at Wey Court before sub Luke Corbett headed a consolation in the final minute.

Heeley said: “I am absolutely devastated. On behalf of my team I want to apologise to the directors and the supporters who follow us thr-ough thick and thin because that performance wasn’t good enough.

“It just goes to show when you don’t do things right you get beaten. It’s without doubt the lowest point of my career.

“It’s my team and I pick the players so I take responsibility when we win and I take responsibility when we get beaten. But I feel let down.”

He added: “It’s a massive competition, it’s huge for the club and we’ve shot it down. Whatever the implications are because of that, we have to accept it.

“We haven’t got any prize money and that’s a savage blow to us.”