Beaconsfield Town have been given a mouthwatering FA Trophy first round clash against Leyton Orient on December 15 following their impressive 3-1 win in the final qualifying round against Leiston.

Marvin Morgan capped a man of the match performance with a well taken goal to seal the victory as the Rams progressed to the first round proper for the first time in their history.

Morgan lead the line with skill and intelligence, protected possession and linked play superbly all afternoon until his withdrawal for the fresher legs of Tony Mendy with 80 minutes on the clock

Charlie Losasso put the Rams ahead after only three minutes. The ever industrious Louis Stead delivered an inch perfect cross field ball to pick out Bajram Pashaj who cushioned it into the path of Losasso. He applied the finish with an angled side foot volley from 15 yards giving Marcus Garnham in the Leiston goal no chance.

The Rams then punished the visitors for failing to capitalise on their spell of pressure and doubled their advantage on 28 minutes. Wes Daly’s curling free kick tempted Garnham off his line but Jordan ‘AJ’ Ajanlekoko stepped in front and beat the keeper to the ball by a whisker stooping bravely to head into the corner and taking a whack on the ear for his trouble.

The next goal was always likely to be important and Beaconsfield should really have sealed the deal in the early going of the second half. Good approach play by Bajram Pashaj and Mayowan Belogun down the left flank sprang the Blues defence and created an opening for Morgan whose attempt was blocked by a lunging challenge from Joe Jefford the rebound fell to Losasso whose goal bound effort was turned away by Garnham.

You suspected that Beaconsfield may pay for their profligacy in front of goal and so it was to prove.

Having had one effort ruled out for offside Blues forced a corner which was allowed to travel all the way across goal where it was headed powerfully home by the impressive Blues captain Jefford.

On 78 minutes, however, the Rams finished the job and sealed a famous win.

The always influential Pashaj saw a goalbound shot deflected behind by a lunging last ditch challenge from the excellent Jefford.

From the resulting corner Losasso picked out Morgan who climbed above Knights beyond the far post to steer a looped header back the way it had come over the stranded Garnham into the net.

Leyton Orient now beckon.