Beaconsfield completed their first home win of the season with a 5-1 thumping of Swindon Supermarine. 

Following the redevelopment of Holloways Park, this was only their third outing on the new 3G surface. 

Their record may be a little misleading at this stage and certainly does not reflect the quality of football they have produced of late. 

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It took them only six minutes to open the scoring, Olly McCoy shaped a curling effort in from the edge of the area. Two routine finishes from Nathan Minhas gave The Rams a Three goal cushion at the break. 

McCoy added his second and Beaconsfield's fourth on 58 minutes capping a sweeping team goal where Beaconsfield retained possession for more than 20 passes before springing McCoy to slot home and effectively end the contest.

Gary Meakin withdrew three starters with an eye on Monday night’s clash with Hendon and the changes allowed Supermarine back into it.

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Home keeper Ayman Azaze parried Bradley Hoopers 70th spot kick after Toby Little fouled Ryan Campbell, the rebound fell kindly for Hooper but he shot over. 

Kieran Phillips finally got Supermarine on the scoresheet in the 74th minute sweeping in a low shot from close range and the visitors had other chances but Dan Bradshaw completed the scoring with a close range header with virtually the last kick of the game.