Jake Cass was Chalfont's hero this week, scoring all three goals for the Saints as they accrued four excellent points from two games.
Cass scored both goals in a 2-0 win away to Uxbridge on Tuesday evening, which followed on from him scoring the equaliser at home to Cambridge City.

In that game, with the wind at their backs, Saints dominated the first half with the ball rarely making it out of the Cambridge half.

Saints have been improving in recent weeks and there are growing signs that something good is developing.

Hugely against the run of play, Cambridge had the chance to take the lead on the the half hour mark in virtually their first visit to the Saints goalmouth when they were awarded a fairly soft penalty. Lewis Wilson didn't make the most of the opportunity and Carl Dennison made a fine save low to his left.

Saints will have been frustrated at their inability to take advantage in the first half, safe in the knowledge that Cambridge would come back into the game after the break when they had the wind behind them.

And so it proved to be. An excellent header by Ryan Sharman, unmarked at a corner, put the visitors ahead early on but, despite much huffing and puffing they rarely looked like cracking open the tough home defence. 

Cass is always a threat to defenders when he runs straight at them and so it came to pass and he was bundled over by Miller to concede a free kick in front of goal. With Chalfont players disrupting the defensive wall, it was Cass himself who fired the free kick through the wall past the unsighted keeper.