SWINDON Supermarine made it two home wins in Southern League Premier Division South in four days following a 3-0 success over Blackfield & Langley last night.

Lee Spalding's side saw off Chesham United 2-1 at the Webbswood Stadium on Saturday and picked up where they left off for their midweek match.

Prior to that defeat of Chesham, Marine had been on a run of six league fixtures without a win – although a corner has now clearly been turned.

The home side started positively and broke the deadlock just before the half-hour mark when Ryan Campbell netted from a tight angle.

Marine then capitalised on a defensive mix-up to move further clear before half-time as Conor McDonagh pounced to roll the ball into an empty net.

There was no change in momentum after the break and the home side netted their third goal midway through the second half. Henry Spalding was denied by the crossbar but the ball came back to Harry Williams to finish the job.

Chances were few and far between as the contest edged towards its conclusion but Marine's earlier efforts were more than enough to safely secure them another win.

Hellenic League Premier Division side Shrivenham were also in action on Tuesday night, although there was disappointment for the Barrington Park side as they were knocked out of the Berks & Bucks FA Senior Cup following a 3-2 defeat at Flackwell Heath.

Marcus Ushiro-Lumb and Khalid Zakaria Simmo both struck in the final five minutes of the first half to put Flackwell in control.

Jack Allan gave Shrivvy a lifeline midway through the second half but Flackwell soon restored their two-goal cushion through Simeon Weekes.

Allan then missed the chance for a second goal from the penalty spot, and although Brad Hirst did hit the net in stoppage time, it came too late to save Shrivvy.