Trojans are back up to second place in South League Premier Division 2 after a 5-1 victory over Wycombe, who were previously the leading scorers in the division.
They had surrendered their unbeaten record with a disappointing performance at Tulse Hull the previous week, but were far better against Wycombe, with
Ben Frost (above) converting the side's first penalty corner and Ian Bassett making it 2-0, scoring one handed whilst on the floor after seeing his initial deflection saved by the goalkeeper.
The second half was even for the first 15 minutes, with Steve Cole making a number of fine saves, and Harry Warren and Matt Bridger making numerous fine challenges.
The game opened up when Trojans scored their third through Ben Cole after an excellent move with the evergreen Paul Hilton.
Sam Burroughs scored a consolation Wycombe goal from a penalty corner, but Trojans dispelled any fears of a nervy ten minutes with two quick goals, a short corner conversion by Dan Ferrier, and another trademark wallop by Scott Summers, to close the game out 5-1.
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