Bedworth suffer the Wynter blues
Ryan Wynter netted twice as Chasetown took all three points from the short trip to Warwickshire.
Chasetown were gifted an opening goal after a minute. A hopeful ball forward was misjudged by goalkeeper Josh Barnes outside his area and Ryan Wynter brought a difficult bounce under control and fired into an empty net.
The home side really should have levelled when a crossfield ball from Lee Moore picked out Dan Creaney in front of goal but he blazed wide with just Curtis Pond to beat.
Bedworth drew level 8 minutes before half time as defender Elliot Parrott steered the ball beyond Pond.
Chasetown regained the lead ten minutes into the second half. Neat footwork from Joe Thomas teed up Wynter who slotted past Barnes.
The Scholars went further ahead as Jamie Sheldon shimmied and burst into the box and finished with confidence.
Bedworth created chances, some of which were wasteful and on another night could easily have shared the points.
Wynter pulled the trigger in an attempt to get his hat trick but skewed the ball well wide.