League leaders Maidenhead brushed aside Welling with ease on Saturday. The damage was done in the first 45 minutes with all three goal coming before half time. The Magpies rarely got out of 1st gear in the 2nd half as the Wings failed to trouble the hosts.
Dean Inman set the tone for the game as he sent a wild overhead kick just over the bar for the home side.
Dave Tarpey worked some space for himself before sending a low effort just wide.
Welling’s Alex Cathline did well to control a long ball but he lacked the composure needed in front of goal.
Maidenhead though were looking dangerous with every attack and Harry Pritchard buser clear down the left and was inches wide with his effort.
It was no surprise when in 21st minute, Maidenhead took the lead. A Dave Tarpey corner found Dean Inman who just wanted to win the header more than any Wings defender and he powered his header past Lewington.
Just seven extra minutes had elapsed when Maidenhead doubled their lead. Sean Marks slipping the ball through to record goal scorer Dave Tarpey who brushed off the attention of Francis with ease and cooly slotted past Lewington. To add insult to injury Welling skipper Sean Francis had to be replaced injured after the goal.
It was simply one way traffic as Seaun Marks headed over a Pritchard cross, The Wings woes then worsening when Rickie Hayles was forced off injured with an eye injury.
In a rare foray forward the home keeper Carl Pentney kept out a Dan Walker shot.
As it was in first half injury time, Maidenhead put the game beyond doubt by adding a 3rd. Welling failed to clear a corner and the ball fell kindly to James Mulley who had time to control the ball and drill home through a crowd of players.
The 2nd half was a formality really, with Maidenhead spouring forward looking to add to the scoreline and The Wings desperately trying to prevent them. Early in to the second period Lewington had to be out bravely to prevent Tarpey.
Walker did have a shot from range that was gathered easily by Pentney.
James Comley could have done better for the hosts when well placed but he fired over.
A superb block by Dean Leacock prevented Tarpey rounding off the scoring and late on Pierre Joseph-Dubois almost added a consolation for Welling but his delicate chip just went over th bar.
The damage had already been done in the first half by the league leaders as now Welling will have to improve on Tuesday when they travel to Sussex to face Eastbourne.
Welling United: Lewington, Hatton, Brown, Fuseini, Hayles (Karagiannis 35), Francis (Leacock 29), Walker, Waldren, Kathline, Crawford, Murrell-Williamson (Joseph-Dubois 77). Subs not used: Richards, Amu.