SALISBURY FC recorded their second 4-1 away league win on the trot, as they won at Chesham United on Saturday.

However, things did not go completely to plan as Danny Young was injured in the warm-up and had to be replaced by Bay Downing, with Darren Mullings being added to the bench.

The visitors opened the scoring after16 minutes as Dan Fitchett was able to tap in from close range.

The Whites then doubled their advantage as Fitchett netted a rebound from Lewis Benson's free-kick.

Jake Hallett in the Salisbury goal made a couple of great saves, before Chesham pulled a goal back before the break from Jefferson Louis.

Just after the hour mark, Luke Hopper netted his own rebound to make it 3-1.

The visitors then had their goalkeeper Hallett dismissed for a challenge outside the area with four minutes left, so defender Kane O'Keefe took over between the posts.

With two minutes remaining, Tom Whelan added a fourth as he scored after Benson's shot had been blocked.

Tomorrow, Salisbury are at home in the league, when third placed Merthyr Town are the visitors.