Jul 14 2010 By Greg Burns
ANDY Leese was pleased with the effort and work rate showed by his side against Wycombe despite only having five training sessions so far this summer.
The United boss watched his side match Wanderers for spells in the first-half before the League Two side's superior fitness and quality moving them to a 3-0 victory.
And with the start of the Southern Premier Division season more than four weeks away, the signs for Chesham were good.
Leese said: It was a bit early for us because we are not used to playing so early. You are pitting yourselves against full-time players and I thought we acquitted ourselves well in the first-half.
"We said we would work in spells of 15 or 20 minutes because we have only had five training sessions so I am quite pleased.
"They have got that much better quality in key areas and you would expect them to do what they did and turn it on and score a few goals.
"It was a good workout. Second-half we had a few trialists out there, a few new faces so it was hard for them to string it together."
United's next game will be at Oxford City Nomads on Saturday, July 24.