Beaconsfield Town put in a plucky performance against National League side Leyton Orient but the 55 place difference between the two sides told in the end as the London side ran out 4-0 winners in the FA Trophy.

The only goal of the first half came on 17 minutes when a free kick was headed goalwards by centre back Happe. Beaconsfield keeper Raven Constable did well to claw the ball away from the goal but fellow centre back George Elokobi, the former Wolverhampton Wanderers defender, turned and skilfully fired the ball into the roof of the net. Throughout the first half Beaconsfield defended well and only restricted the National League leaders to one further shot on target, a left foot shot from Brophy saved by Constable.

The relentless pressure from Leyton Orient continued and it was no surprise that they added three further goals in the second half from man of the match Brophy, Clay and substitute Gorman. Brendan Matthew and Charlie Losasso worked hard up front but were unable to trouble Orient's keeper Brill.

A creditable performance by Beaconsfield but in the end the superior class of the home team was prevalent throughout the game and they run out comfortable winners.