BURNHAM manager Paul Shone believes the 3-0 win at Wallingford Town in Hellenic Division One East was a credit to all involved on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

The Blues maintained their 10-point lead at the top thanks to a brace from Oliver Harris plus a Dean Allen goal in the first half at Hithercroft.

Shone told the Observer: “We knew that it would be difficult because Wallingford were coming into the game off the back of a good result against Flackwell Heath in the cup.

“They’re a good side on a very testing and bobbly pitch but we did a very good job

“We scored three goals in dominant first half and kept a clean sheet, so it was a credit to all involved. It’s another game ticked off and we have two more to play.

“Wallingford had a couple of half-chances but our keeper didn’t have a save to make, then we saw the game out in the second half.”

Burnham are now unbeaten in their last four league matches and next head to Didcot Town Development on Saturday 6th April (3pm).

Shone said: We have a little break until we play again which is disappointing because we’re on a good run of form and people are playing well.

“Didcot have a good mix of youth and experience and results show that they’re probably better than their position in the table

“We will have a look at them but concentrate on ourselves because it’s up to us to produce the goods.”