League leaders Flackwell Heath defeated Royal Wootton Bassett Town 3-0, the Buckinghamshire outfit scoring all three of their goals in the second half.
For the second time this season Royal Wootton Bassett Town were more than a match for Flackwell Heath before the break. Again though, a dominant second half performance from the reigning Hellenic League Premier Division champions meant that, come full time, Bassett were convincingly defeated.
While the margin of defeat - a 3-0 reverse - was not as great as the 7-2 thrashing they suffered back in August, Bassett were again left to ask questions as to how they let things slip after an opening period in which Flackwell did not threaten.
Admittedly this was a game in which Flackwell were favourites - in the vast majority of games they play they take on that role. But in the game's embryonic stages there was really little between the teams.
However, within four minutes of the restart they were ahead, Dan Burnell slotting in after an innovative free kick was played down the side to him.
The visitors didn't wait long to double their advantage as Mitchell Woodward thrashed a stunning long range drive into the top left corner.
To this, Bassett - without Steve Robertson after he was injured on Tuesday against Longlevens - had no answer as they struggled to create much.
Flackwell were therefore able to cruise towards the final whistle, and added a third through Burnell late on as he headed in from a corner.
Credit: Stuart Smedley
Last modified on Sunday 25th October 2015 at 17:48