....of four successive wins with a
4-2 success at Holloways Park.
It took just
6 minutes for the Rams to take the lead when good work from an impressive
Bajram Pashaj finished with Lewis Stead firing home.
The two goals
in 4 minutes just after the half-hour mark put the home side firmly in command.
After a first-time
ball was pumped into the box, Brendan Matthew beat visiting `keeper Alex
Tokaczyk to head home.
And then Pashaj,
out wide, dribbled past three defenders before finding the back of the net.
Kings got themselves
a lifeline right on the stroke of half-time when, following a quick throw-in, Luke
Wade-Slater headed past Ravan Constable to make it 1-3 at the break.
into the second half, Beaconsfield restored their three-goal cushion when,
following a barrage of shots being blocked, Pashaj took a touch and with a deft
curling shot made it 4-1.
managed to pull a second back on 67 minutes when Mitchell Weiss controlled a
long ball before beating Constable.
the scoreline looks comfortable for the Rams, they were never fully able to
relax for the final 20 minutes or so as Kings looked dangerous on the break.
lifts Beaconsfield to seventh in the table, just a point off a top five spot.