Kidlington Reserves 0-11 Slough Town
Date: 22-09-2012 | Competition: League
Slough Reserves emerged big winners from their trip to Kidlington on Saturday.
Mark Betts' Slough started well, hitting the Kidlington woodwork twice in six minutes.
The deadlock was broken in the eighth minute when Wayne Elliot fired home.
It was in the 28th minute when some good passing on the right side saw Clark deliver an inch perfect cross onto the head of Watson for 0-2.
In the 31st minute Watson beat the offside to slot home his second, and just before half time Alfie Clark's 25 yard free kick flew into the top right hand corner for a 0-4 half time lead.
After the break Slough continued their fast passing football and Abdul Ali was bought down in the box. Watson stepped up only to see his hat-trick strike saved.
Watson was replaced by Craig Kelly who came on and scored two goals within ten minutes of being on.
A solo run from Blount in the 75th minute saw him round two players and the keeper to slot home.
Slough had a corner in the 85th minute and, from another great delivery from Clark, Ali's header left the Kidlington keeper rooted to the floor.
In the 88th minute some great individual play by 16-year-old Japhet Osei saw him link up with Kelly and Ali to leave Osei to slot home an easy finish and make it double figures for Slough.
In the 90th minute Slough completed the rout with Konnor Saunders firing home from 18 yards out to cap another three points for the Reserves side, who travel to Wootton Bassett on Saturday in the Challenge Cup.