Despite playing over an hour with ten men the Salts scored three second half goals to win 4-1 at Chessington and Hook.

Captain Scott Murphy made life difficult for The Salts as he was given his marching orders on 25 minutes after tangling with former Salt Kieran Campbell.

The hosts took the lead just after the half hour mark when Jake Heard low shot krept under Epsom's Conor Young.

The lead however, lasted only 10 minutes, as The Salts seemed to click in to life. Bobby Bennett got the equaliser moments before half time which seemed to be the turning point in the game.

Despite being a man light The Salts scored three goals without reply in the second half. A thumping Lloyd Connelly header at on 67 minutes gave the Salts the lead which they never surrendered. Robert Hendry made it three on 76 minutes when a the keepers attempted clearance was intercepted and he calmly rolled the ball to the back of the net from the edge of the area.

Bobby Bennet got his second of the night deep in injury time when he got to a through ball just ahead of the keeper and slotted it in to seal the victory.

The scoreline flattered the hosts who couldn't make an extra man count, Robert Hendry hit the bar with a rasping drive and had a goal correctly chalked off for offside.

Salts gained a much needed 3 points, and can now look forward to hosting Frimley Green at High Road, Chipstead, Surrey, this Saturday 3 November in the CCL1, Kick Off at 3pm.