Connor Toomey struck twice as Kings Langley picked up a well deserved 3-0 victory at Chesham United Reserves.
Kings started their fourth game in a week with little sign of tiredness and Alex Campana scraped the crossbar, before Toomey put them ahead with a bizarre goal after 12 minutes.
He lost control of a through-ball, prodded a foot to the loose ball and saw it deflected off a defender, before keeper Jack Hopwood missed his kick and allowed the ball to trickle over the line.
There was nothing fortunate about his second goal three minutes later, however, as he controlled a long ball from Lee Burgoyne, turned, and found the corner of the net.
Kings continued to press and, after 57 minutes, Burgoyne’s corner was headed back by Craig Preston and Paul Insley’s header sealed the win.