Trojans went on an unanswered 13-goal rampage against Slough to loosen Guildford’s lead at the top of South League Premier Division 2.
The Surrey club still lead the table by one point after a close call 2-1 win at Tulse Hill & Dulwich, but Trojans goal fest has completely wiped out their once formidable ‘goal difference’ advantage.
Trojans unleashed a relentless assault on Slough, who turned up only ten minutes before push-back (there was an RTA on the south-bound M3), with a bare 11 players, who didn’t even have a uniform strip. In truth, they were a shambles.
Trojans were 5-0 up at the break and almost scored at will with Dan Ferrier (pictured) getting four of the goals, and Richard Aves, James Butt and Dave McNee two each. Ben Cole, Colin French and Sinoxolo Mbekeni got one each.
The last round of pre-Christmas fixtures this Saturday sees Trojans go to Staines and Guildford host third-placed Wycombe, whose only defeat so far has come at Stoneham Lane.
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