CHESHAM United made it two-from-two at the start to the new season in the Southern Premier South after a 3-1 win at rivals Beaconsfield Town on Tuesday, writes Rob Stevens.

The Generals got their campaign under way with

a victory over Salisbury

on the opening day and were too good for their Buckinghamshire rivals at Holloways Park in midweek.

The visitors took the lead early on when Dernell Wynter, who scored both goals in the win against Salisbury, finished from a Mark Kirby flick on.

Beaconsfield equalised as Reece Yorke headed home un-marked from a corner.

Chesham restored their advantage when a quick counter-attack resulted in Romario Hart beating a defender to the ball and lobbing stranded keeper Andrew McCorkell. The Rams claimed that there was a blatant block inside the box in the build up to the goal but nothing was given by the match referee.

The Generals secured all three points as Karl Oliyide ran through on goal and flicked the ball past McCorkell to trickle into the bottom corner of the goal.

Chesham will bid to complete a hat-trick of wins with a trip to Taunton Town this Saturday whilst Beaconsfield Town remain at Holloways Park in the search for their first points of the season with Farnborough the visitors (both 3pm).

The new season in the Bostik League South Central gets under way this Saturday with Marlow at home to Barking and Chalfont St. Peter making the trip to Ashford Town (Middx).