A much improved performance from Godalming saw them run out 3-0 victors over Didcot Town at Wey Court.
Victor Kiri, Graeme Purdy and Adam Everiss returned to the starting XI, at the expense of the injured Dan Seabrook and Calum Nimmo, and Jack Mazzone who was not fully fit. Mark Watkins saw a long range effort fly past the Didcot post early on in a bright start for the Gs. The deadlock was broken on 15 minutes, when a Jack Broome free kick was met by the head of Chris Musgrove, who looped a header under the crossbar past Gareth Tucker. Watkins was then denied by a fine reflex save from Tucker, whilst the visitors came close to equalising when Taylor James’ free-kick struck the top of the crossbar.
Dan Read went close to doubling the Gs lead early in the second half, but his effort was cleared off the line by Didcot captain Luke Cornell. Godalming were then reduced to ten men, when Mark Watkins picked up his second yellow following a tackle on a Didcot defender. Despite being a man light, Godalming doubled their lead on the 70 minute mark. Tarome Hemmings won the ball in the Godalming half, before playing a one-two with Purdy, then Hemmings released Read with an accurate through ball, who slotted the ball low past the keeper. Chris Musgrove added his second off the night on 85 minutes, heading home from a Jack Broome corner.
Godalming XI: Courtnage, MacFarlane, Miller, Musgrove, Everiss, Broome, Hemmings, Kiri (De St Croix), Watkins, Read (Bosma), Purdy (Mazzone).
Subs not used: Selby.