A sumptuous finish by Tom de la Mare, St Luke unlocking the door for Gus Mackay, Dom popping up like a rabbit out of a hat and more besides.
It was just against Peacehaven & Telscombe though, one of the poorest sides in the league, albeit mainly for the usual Isthmian League reasons. Tony Vance said as much when, talking to Auntie Beeb, he challenged the players to keep it going.
Tomorrow's opponents look like a different kettle of fish.
Molesey are 4th in the league, top of the form table and riding on a similar wave of confidence that we enjoyed in our first season out of the Combined Counties League. They also had a great win in the FA Trophy at the weekend, coming back from 3-1 down against Harlow Town to win 4-3, the winner coming in the last minute. All the same this is a game that we should be approaching thinking we have a decent chance of winning.
Looks like I'm going to be stuck in the treatment room again but, if you are going by train, there are plenty of opportunities to 'rest' after exiting Hampton Court station (Bridge Road then Walton Road.
You can be sure of a warm welcome from Molesey as well. Cover available on all sides and admission is £8, what's not to love?
Keep it Green
Allez les Verts!!