A SUPERB 3-0 win at Dorchester on Tuesday night booked Salisbury a place in the second qualifying round of the FA Trophy, which they see them entertain King’s Langley on Saturday, November 9.

The Whites were quickly out of the blocks down as Toby Holmes scored in the sixth minute.

The visitors then doubled their advantage in the second minute of added on time at the end of the first half, as Nathaniel Oseni scored.

Salisbury’s passage to the next round was secured five minutes from time when Ollie Knowles scored their thirds.

The Whites also scored three goals on Saturday’s first game with Dan Fitchett, Bay Downing and Holmes all on target as they drew 3-3 with the Magpies.

Looking back over the two games Salisbury manager Steve Claridge said: “In the end we got the result we should have got on Saturday which was frustration.

“We should not have had to go to a replay.

“There was a lack on concentration and desire in the first game and we so nearly went out of the competition.”

Looking at the draw for the next round against a side who were moved from the Southern League Premier South to the Central division in the summer.

Claridge said: “We had a couple of tough games against King’s Langley last season.”

This Saturday, Salisbury return to league action with a trip to north Hampshire to face Farnborough.

The Whites will be keen to take all three points to keep the pressure on the sides above them in the Southern League Premier South table.

Salisbury are currently fourth in the table with 25 points from 13 games.

This puts them four points behind leaders Tiverton who have 29 points, as do second placed Truro City, while Chesham United are third on 28 points.

All three have their points tally from one more game than the Whites.

Salisbury’s opponents on Saturday Farnborough are 16th in the table with 15 points from 13 games.

The north Hampshire outfit have won two of their last three league outings having lost the previous six, so looked to have turned the corner which is sure to make a tricky trip for the Whites.

Looking ahead to his side’s trip to north Hampshire Claridge said: “We have no new injuries from the last two games, but I will look to freshen things up as we have two hard games.

“We will go there looking to keep our unbeaten run going and it is nice we have no midweek game next week.”