Jerson Dos Santos scored twice and Mikey Dalton grabbed his first goal for the club as Sevenoaks Town completed a comfortable 4-0 win at Corinthian on Tuesday night.
Dos Santos topped and tailed the night's scoring with Chris Edwards and Dalton adding the others. Town's victory avenged the FA Vase defeat four days earlier, in only their fourth Southern Counties East League Premier Division game of the season.
Harrison Carnegie saw his early effort tipped into the bar, then Kieron McCann fired over after Jack Miles headed down Edwards' free-kick. Town went in front after 18 minutes. Greg Benbow who set-up both goals in the Vase tie, proved provider again playing in Dos Santos who cut inside before shooting low inside the far post. Edwards made it 2-0 eight minutes after the restart. Town won a free-kick 35 yards out, and the full-back showed his set-piece quality, by planting it inside the post.
Edwards then hooked clear under pressure at the other end, before Carnegie went close to getting Town's third, hugging the touching before firing over from a tight angle. Goalkeeper Oshane Brown then saved from home sub Michael Hagan in a rare attack a minute later.
Dos Santos then went down in the box appealing for a penalty, with nothing given. A minute later he set-up Kemsing based Dalton, making his first start since joining from Ashford United to make it 3-0.
Dos Santos was again involved four minutes later dancing his way through before touching home from close-range.