SELSEY fans will be hoping for more of the same in front of goal after the Blues smashed three past St Francis Rangers.
Joe Manners, Cameron Corell and James Parsons all netted in the 3-0 win against the Haywards Heath-based side at Bunn Leisure Stadium on Saturday.
A crowd of nearly 100 watched the entertaining match, which was made easier for the home side with the sending off of St Francis’ defender Josh White.
It means Selsey have now scored 13 in their past three matches – with the prospect of more to follow when the Blues travel to Billingshurst in the league cup tomorrow.
Their opponents sit fourth bottom and have leaked 37 goals in 14 league games so far, the most for a side in SCFL Division One.
Elsewhere and Chichester City capitalised on a fast start to progress to the second round of the FA Vase. Alexander Collard netted just seconds into the match against Surrey-based Ash United. Further goals from Jamie Horncastle, Scott Jones and Luke Fenlon rounded off a 4-0 for the Oaklands Park side.
The Lillywhites will take on Canterbury City in the next round at home on November 12. Before that though Chichester are back in league action taking on Newhaven at home tomorrow (Saturday, 3pm) before a trip to AFC Uckfield on Tuesday.
In the SCFL Division Two, Bosham made it ten wins out of ten, two Jake Lafferty goals helping the Robins to a 2-1 win at home to Cowfold. Sidlesham are hot on their heels in second after Thomas Bayley bagged a brace in a 2-1 victory at Clymping.
Bosham travel to Upper Beeding while Sidelsham host Rottingdean Village tomorrow.