Two late goals from Luke Bradnick put the gloss on an efficient Guildford City performance against Chessington & Hook United. Although the hosts laboured for the first twenty minutes, during which Chessington had a number of good chances to go ahead, they started to stamp their authority on the match after this. Dan Moody opened the scoring with an excellent finish on 32 minutes. Ben Camara doubled the advantage after the hour mark and the visitors appeared to lose their resolve. Luke Bradnick netted two dogged goals in quick succession at the end of the game to give City a slightly flattering four goal advantage.
Antony Hall, Elvis Defreitas, Ben Rayner, Simon Cooper [capt], Tom Penson, Corey Holder, Dan Moody (Luke Bradnick 81), Anthony Bridgeman, Ben Camara (Lance Banton-Brown 81), Austin Gacheru, Joel Hughes (Martin Debrah 69).
Unused substitutes: Tony Chaplin, Michael Hall
Cautioned: Ben Rayner, Martin Debrah
Referee: R. Smith