The Sumas dominated possession and created numerous chances but weren’t clinical enough against their lowly opponents to achieve a bigger margin of victory.

Luke Scope went closest to opening the lead early on when he hit Jack Gibbs’ cross first-time but his effort was well saved.

He was a constant threat up front and again forced the keeper into a fine save moments later as Sumas dominated proceedings.

Constant pressure from the hosts eventually paid off just two minutes before half-time when the deadlock was broken.

George Dance, left, brought the ball forward and played a neat one-two to advance past the static Didcot defence and fire the ball home.

It was the least Wokingham deserved and it ensured they went into the break a goal up.

The second-half started in a similar vein but again Wokingham couldn’t make their constant pressure count.

Scope failed to test the keeper with a free-kick from the edge of the box, whilst Dan Carter curled a fantastic effort just wide of the post.

Didcot tried their best to grab an undeserved draw late on but Wokingham were never in any real danger of surrendering their lead.

It was a solid performance from Dan Bateman’s side and he will be pleased that his side did enough to grab all three points when not at their best in front of goal.

The Sumas sit third in Hellenic Division One East, 11 points off Brackley Town Development but with five games in hand.

Wokingham travel to Ascot United on Saturday (3pm) in Bluefin Sports Challenge Cup action.

Elsewhere, Eversley & California picked up their third successive win on Saturday with a 1-0 victory at Bedfont & Feltham.

The win moves Eversley up to ninth in Combined Counties League Division One, ahead of Saturday’s home game against fellow mid-table side Cobham.

Sandhurst Town’s recent resurgence under Paul Harkness came to a shattering halt on Saturday as they fell to a disappointing 4-1 defeat against Worcester Park.

The Fizzers had taken four points from six in their last two games to come within touching distance of moving off the bottom of the Combined Counties Division One.

To make matters worse for Harkness’ side, they are now four points off safety after Dorking secured a 2-1 win at Ash United.

Sandhurst host Bedfont & Feltham on Saturday (3pm).

Finchampstead game against Woodley Town was postponed on Saturday. Jon Laugharne’s men have been in fantastic form recently but were denied the chance to extend their unbeaten streak. Finch host Rayners Lane on Saturday in Hellenic Division One East action (3pm).