HARRY Laflin marked his 50th appearance for Ascot United with a goal in their 4-0 Combined Counties League Premier Division win at Raynes Park Vale on Saturday.

Laflin wasted little time in marking his milestone, heading home Jonny Denton's free-kick after just 80 seconds.

He squandered another chance before the Yellamen doubled their advantage in the 32nd minute. George Lock broke out of defence and fed Ian Davies, who had time to pick his spot.

Their third goal came when Usman Lalustani raced onto Rory Merrick’s pass and then in the 52nd minute Louis Bouwers hammered home a left-wing delivery, sealing their fourth league win from as many games.

They travel to Fleet in the FA Vase this Friday (7.45pm).

Sandhurst Town made it a six-point weekend in the CCL, winning 4-1 at Farnham before defeating local rivals Eversley & California 3-1 on Monday.

After going behind on Saturday, Haydon Richardson equalised in the 32nd minute with Pat Gardner putting them ahead four minutes before half-time.

Injuries forced both goal scorers off early in the second half, but that failed to disrupt the Fizzers and they sealed victory with goals from Brad Brown and Callum Samuel.

Jamie Mitchell, making his first start of the season, was named man-of-the-match.

On Monday, they took an eighth-minute lead through Marvin Hinds, from a chance set-up by Luke Cox and Gardner.

It looked as if there would be just one goal in it at half-time, however, that changed dramatically as the Fizzers struck twice in time added on through Joe Barley and Brown.

Eversley pulled one back late on thanks to Cameron Blackie.

The Boars had recorded their first victory of the season when hammering Bagshot 4-0 on Saturday. They took a first-half lead with a shot from Ali Dickie which took a deflection off teammate Gabra Wendling.

Ross McKernan missed a penalty, but made amends by scoring following good work by Charlie Scope.

Scope produced a man-of-the-match performance, which he capped with a goal, while Callum Collins was also on target.

Sandhurst travel to Clanfield in the FA Vase this Saturday, while Eversley go to Abingdon United.