Rovers equalled their best ever Isthmian South Central win on Saturday, when a dominant performance saw them ease to victory at King Georges Arena, seeing off Corinthian Casuals 5-0.
A bright start saw Rovers rewarded on 12 minutes when a deep Courtney Swaby corner was powerfully headed home at the back post by Antonio Simeone. Rovers continued to dominate, whilst restricting Casuals to occasional long ball forays into Rovers.
Aaron Jenkins was denied by an over-enthusiastic whistle, pulling back play for a free kick, rather than allowing the advantage; Jordan Wilson saw a close range left foot effort drift wide of the left hand post, whilst Charlie Martin dragged another effort wide.
It looked as though Rovers would only have a solitary goal to take to show for their efforts going into the break, but the influential Nabeel Ghannam found Gabriel Odunaike late in the half, and the Rovers target man fired home for 2-0.
Rovers started the second half brightly, but Ghannam was twice denied by the Casuals backline, and both Martin and Courtney Swaby were thwarted by a remarkable double save by Jordan Brown, but Rovers increased their lead on 52 minutes, this time Ghannam converting at the second attempt after another Brown save.
Sam Morgan took the opportunity to give youngster Matt Feeney-Hill some Step 4 experience, introducing him in place of Aaron Jenkins. With just under 20 minutes to go Odunaike was felled in the box, with Martin stepping up to convert the spot kick for 4-0.
Scoring was completed in stoppage time when substitute Max Oldham saw his shot blocked only for Swaby to crash the ball home from the edge of the area.
There was still time for Casuals to be reduced to ten men, when Michael Samson saw red for bringing down Siao Blackwood who was clean through on goal.