Spirits were running high going into this match as Guildford City were enjoying an impressive run of form. The starting line-up saw three changes with Isy Nzelo , Dan Band and Nathaniel Williams all starting. The game started with a high level of intensity and it continued in that fashion throughout. Both sides having chances early on as just four minutes in Hanworth Villa’s Cyril Ocansey’s stinging shot from the centre of the box was expertly saved by Stuart Norman. City were simply too strong and too clinical for Hanworth Villa in the second half where Kyen Nicholas grabbed his 13th goal of the season and midfield colossus Dan Band scored his first goals in sweeney red and white. The win saw City climb back up to 5th position in the league.
Tom Hudson caught up with the manager Chris Balchin after the game.
Chris Balchin Interview: