Wycombe Wanderers won their final Checkatrade Trophy match of the season as they bowed out of the competition with a 2-0 win over West Ham U21s.

Although already out of the tournament before tonight's encounter, Wanderers produced a good performance to defeat a promising side.

Will De Havilland and Sido Jombati grabbed the goals in the first half with De Havilland striking first with a neat header on 31 minutes from Sam Saunders' excellent cross.

Jombati then scored a fantastic goal on 55 minutes when he controlled Jack Williams' cross on his chest and rifled in a stunning left-footed volley right into the corner.

West Ham had the first chance on five minutes when Sead Haksabanovic got through down the right. His firm strike was palmed away by Yves Ma-Kalambay.

Jamal Hector Ingram then drew another fine save from Ma-Kalambay before Moses Makasi blazed over the bar.

Wycombe were playing some nice football without creating much of note, with Nick Freeman and Sam Saunders to the fore.

Wanderers took the lead on thanks to De Havilland's deft flick before Dayle Southwell almost made it two on 43 minutes when he ran onto Freeman’s superb low cross but was denied by a wonderful save by Nathan Trott from six yards.

West Ham were certainly second best but had one more effort before the break but Ma-Kalamabay saved comfortably from Haksabanovic.

Freeman was proving a thorn in the side for West Ham and he started the second half, testing Trott from distance.

Wesm came back well and Martin Samuelsen got in down the left but Jombati blocked the cross well before he added that wonderful goal.

Trott once again denied Southwell with a brilliant save on the hour when Freeman’s drilled effort was diverted goalwards by Southwell, who saw the West Ham U21s stopper tip it over acrobatically.

Freeman, excellent all night, drove a fierce volley just wide on 71 minutes before West Ham almost pulled one back when Grady Diangana’s cross-cum-shot was magnificently tipped over Ma-Kalambay.

Domingos Quina was next to go close but his effort deflected inches over on 80 minutes.

The game came to a quiet end and Wycombe's night end on a satisfactory note.

WYCOMBE WANDERERS: Ma-Kalambay, Jombati, De Havilland, El-Abd, Scarr (sub: Stewart, 64), Williams, Saunders (sub: Bloomfield, 82), O’Nien, Eze, Freeman, Southwell. Subs: Brown, Cowan-Hall, Ainsworth.

WEST HAM U21S: Trott, Johnson, Collins (sub: Diangana, 23), Akinola, Coventry, Makasi, Haksabanovic (sub: Browne, 70), Hector Ingram, Quina, Samuelsen, Neufville (sub: Powell, 47). Subs: Matrevics, Wells, Scully.

REFEREE: Charles Breakspear