Wilderpark progressed to the last sixteen of the Craske & Wells Memorial Cup with a comfortable 6-1 victory over Borough Green United at Raleys Field.
The park welcomed back Neil Cutts although starting on the bench along with Alex David and Mark Taylor.
It was a fine all round team performance with a hat trick from Danny Brazenell, his first for the Club and in particular an excellent performance from Andrew Streeter.
The Park had the ball in the Borough net twice during the opening minutes, one being disallowed for offside. The other from Streeter who came from the blind side to nick a header passed the keeper after a high cross from the left by Paul Burgess. This was in stark contrast to the previous week when after 90 minutes play the Park had failed to score.
Borough fought hard in midfield to arrest the advantage from their hosts but both in the air and on the ground were finding this difficult. James Hagon commanded the aerial balls well supported by the back four. A free kick on the right by Burgess found the unmarked Brazenell who picked his spot to head into the net beyond a stranded young goalkeeper.
At the start of the second half Borough reduced the deficit when an uncharacteristic error by Paul Burgess on the edge of the area which let in a player who shot into the net between the legs of the advancing Christian Esposito.
This was to be Borough’s only success of the afternoon as the Park rallied to dictate the tie. Brazenell blasted a shot beyond the keeper after being put through on the right finally completing his hat trick after persistent work by substitute Cutts with a shot from 25 yards.
The impressive Joe McLoughlinand Lloyd added their names on the score sheet to give the Park a convincing victory against a Borough team who to their credit never gave up.
Next Saturday Wilderpark entertain Ide Hill in the quarter final of the Sevenoaks Charity Cup. Kick Off 1.30pm and the Reserves travel to play Seal Reserves in the League. Kick Off 2.00pm.