The Sumas made it three wins on the spin as they remain in third place in the table, and also completed a staggering 18-month unbeaten league run at home in their last game before temporarily moving to Henley Town.

Dan Bateman’s ever-developing and improving side could have won by more but were far too good for the visitors.

Wokingham came flying out of the blocks and could have taken the lead after just 15 seconds when Elliot Rushforth chipped Chinnor goalkeeper Ben Taunton, only for a covering defender to hook the ball off the line.

Jake Butler then shot from 20 yards and the keeper did well to push it over, but the Sumas took a deserved lead when James Charlton found himself on the right hand side of the box and toe-poked the ball home to make it 1-0 after 10 minutes.

The young Wokingham side continued to produce some supreme passages of play and created several more chances with Luke Scope coming close to doubling the advantage before a screamer from the hard-working Chris Yeatman also narrowly failed to find the back of the net.

However the hosts did double their advantage before the break as Scope continued his excellent season by putting his name on the scoresheet.

The second half followed a similar pattern with the Sumas well on top, although a brave Chinnor side did put up some resistance.

However Wokingham all but sealed the victory in the 70th minute when Rushforth netted, and the in-form striker doubled his tally with just three minutes remaining to complete the rout.

The result closed the gap between second-placed Easington Sports and Wokingham to a solitary point, although the Sumas have three games in hand on their rivals.

They sit nine points behind leaders Brackley Town Development, but have five games in hand on the Northamptonshire-based side.

Manager Bateman was delighted with the emphatic win and said: “We played very well and some of the football was excellent. We created numerous opportunities and we could have scored a lot more. My only criticism was that we weren’t ruthless in the final third but I was pleased with the clean sheet.” The Sumas travel to Finchampstead on Saturday (2pm ko).