Corinthian-Casuals suffered their worst defeat under Manager James Bracken as they were thrashed 6-1 by Enfield Town on Saturday in the Bostik League Premier Division.

In a week where Bracken was announced the winner of the Mayor’s Special Award to celebrate his success, a second half capitulation by the Tolworth outfit put a downer on the manager’s weekend.

Enfield opened the scoring in the 26th minute through Bilal Sayoud. Casuals should’ve levelled before the break but Warren Mfula mis-fired from 15 yards out. A blow was dealt to Corinth when Enfield doubled their lead on the stroke of half time.

The 57th minute proved pivotal; Mfula was sliced down in the penalty area but referee Joel Mannix wasn’t convinced and waved play on. Enfield launched a counter attack and it was 3-0 just 20 seconds later with Billy Bricknell converting from close range.

Casuals pulled a goal back five minutes later when Gabriel Odunaike bagged his first of the season.

The comeback was short lived as a mad five minutes saw the Amateur’s defence disappear and Enfield added three to turn the result into a rout. The result leaves Enfield still unbeaten in the league and Casuals sitting third-bottom.

Bracken will need to work hard to rectify matters as Casuals travel to National League South high-flyers St Alban’s City in the FA Cup on Tuesday evening.