SINGH Sabha Sunday continued their good cup form this season after a 3-1 win against FC Beaconsfield in the Roy Lester Cup.

Sabha put in a good performance to comfortably beat a young Beaconsfield side to ensure a safe passage into the quarter finals.

The home team made the better start and took the lead early on through the impressive Naheer Nawaf. He was found with a pass from captain Pav Dhaliwal and, despite being closed down by two defenders, turned them both to slot the ball past the keeper.

Beaconsfield grew in confidence and equalised as the Sabha defence switched off and a midfielder ran through to slot past keeper Andrei Tonca.

Both sides had chances to edge ahead before the half-time whistle but poor decision-making and finishing meant the scores remained level at the break.

The Singh Sabha performance went up a few levels in the second half and they restored the advantage after a great passage of play. Indy Singh found the run of Hassan Mahmood who took the ball with a nice first touch and fired home with a superb curling finish giving the keeper no chance.

Both Mahmood and Nawaf were guilty of missing chances before Sabha sealed the game with a goal from the ever-present Pritpal Raju, who played in a deeper role but was very effective going forward. He latched into a poor back pass to the keeper to fire in his ninth goal of the Sunday season.

Singh Sabha are back in cup action again this Sunday with a trip to Microblast in the quarter finals of the Ken Gomm Challenge Cup.