Wilderpark kept in the promotion race to record a comfortable 5-0 victory over Westerham at King George V Playing Fields.
The Park had the ball in the back of the Hammers net after just one minute’s play but Steve Hennikerwas adjudged to be in an offside position. Therefore, the visitors attacked almost incessantly squandering chance after chance with their defence rarely tested.
The deadlock was finally broken in to 40th minute when the Hammers goalkeeper failed to hold a Paul Burgess shot. Joe McLoughlin was then put through followed by Burgess scoring his 13th goal of the campaign to send the Park in at the interval leading 3-0.
The second half started as the first period had ended with the Park still in charge of the proceedings. The Hammers had somewhat more of the possession than during the first half but seldom put the Park under any pressure. Richard Dewickreplaced the ever dependable Dave Hobby at half time but soon settled down as one of the central defenders.
James Hagon with an accurate low shot into the far corner of the net increased the Park’s lead which was eventually increased when a good run down the left by Leon Lloyd and strike rebounded from the goalkeeper to the unmarked Steve Henniker who struck the ball into the net.