Swindon Supermarine 0-6 Chesham United
CHESHAM hit struggling Swindon for six to lift themselves up to third in the table on goal difference.
The Generals were already leading 1-0 when Supermarine's teenage goalkeeper Jason Hull, who was only signed that morning, handled outside the box and received his marching orders on 37 minutes.
And Chesham ruthlessly took advantage to net their biggest away win in nine years and hand themselves a major promotion boost ahead of a crunch game with AFC Totton this weekend.
United took the lead on 21 minutes when Inih Effiong kept his impressive scoring run going by turning in a Scott Thomas cross and restricted the hosts to one Ross Adams header before Hull saw red.
With no substitute goalkeeper on the bench, it was left to Swindon defender Kyle Lapham to take his place between the sticks and he could do nothing to prevent Effiong doubling Chesham's lead, and scoring his seventh goal in four games, a minute before the break.
To their credit, Swindon battled hard after the break with Jamie Prictor seeing a shot saved before the visitors took complete control.
Ryan Moran rattled the post with a header before Effiong turned provider for James Potton to slide in the third on 55 minutes before Scott Thomas netted a bizarre first goal for the club when his cross missed everyone and nestled in the back of the net with 20 minutes to play.
Chesham refused to take their foot off the gas and made it six in stoppage time with goals from Chris Watters and Simon Thomas punishing a tired Swindon side and lifting themselves above Oxford City in the table.
With Leamington and Stourbridge both dropping points, it was a crucial win for Chesham to keep the chasing pack at bay.