A 24th second strike from Scott Harris proved to be the only goal in what was an uneventful 90 minutes. Warren Harris crossed for brother Scott with the game barely underway, and Scott stroked the ball past Simeon Charles in the Aylesbury goal. A stop start half ensued, with neither side particularly troubling the opposition keeper.
The second half continued in a similar vein, with the busy schedule seemingly having an effect on the intensity levels. The visitors had the chances to equalise in the second half, Brian Haule going closest when he rounded Jake Somerville, but his shot was headed off the line by the covering Wes Harrison.
Godalming’s busy schedule has no let up, as they travel to Thatcham on Monday before hosting Leighton Town on Wednesday.
Godalming XI: Somerville, Hollis, Blount, Foulser (Palmer), Harrison, Broome (Harte), Edwards, McClurg, W.Harrs, Dyer, S.Harris (Read).
Subs not used: Baker.