Wildepark cruised to a comfortable 7-0 victory over Platt United Reserves on Saturday.
But for the heroics of keeper Danny Ralph the score line would have been greater as a string of saves thwarted the Park forwards frequently.
Richard Dewick switched flanks to replace the unavailable left back Neil Cutts and Steve Hennikercame into the right back position.
Platt United Reserves were no match for the Park side who moved the ball about quickly along the ground playing excellent football and showing a degree of passion. Keeper Chris Esposito was tested several times during the opening quarter but generally had a quiet game.
A brilliant move down the right flank and low cross by Henniker found Danny Brazenell inside the six yard area but the striker blazed his shot over the crossbar.
Park took the lead on the half hour when Henniker’s cross from the left found Andy Streeter who beat keeper Danny Ralph and soon afterwards the striker scored from close range to give his side a 2-0 advantage at the half way stage.
Mark Taylor, so important in the midfield, Paul Burgess and Joe McLoughlin had dominated the midfield during the first half and set about the second period in the same pattern. On the hour Leon Lloyd, at his best for the first time this season, hit a 20 yard curling shot beyond the reach of Ralph and inside the far post.
Thereafter, although the mid-Kent side pushed players forward they were always vulnerable to the quick break and further goals following at regular intervals by courtesy of substitutes Jim Hagon (2), Alfie Smyth together with an own goal.
This Saturday 27 October Park entertain Potters FC at Raleys Field which should prove to be a close encounter.