SINGH Sabha made it back-to-back Premier Division wins with a comfortable 4-0 success at home to bottom side Frontline.

A much-changed Sabha side went into the game in confident mood and had an early chance through Harmit Riyat, who raced clear but could not hit the target from a tight angle.

The hosts kept the pressure on as Hardeep Soor also went close, but he was denied by a smart save from the Frontline keeper.

Sabha took the lead midway through the first half as good work from Soor saw him put in a teasing cross into the box as Riyat sneaked in to finish from inside the six-yard box.

The home side made it 2-0 moments later as Dillon Bains headed home a Soor corner, and they could have had more before the break as Hassan Mahmood and Pritpal Raju went close.

The second half was more of the same as Sabha dominated the ball and chances and it was not long before they made it 3-0 as Riyat got his second of the game with a smart finish after being found by Raju.

The hosts went 4-0 up thanks to captain Mampreet Randhawa, who scored with a fine left-footed strike inside the box from an acute angel after being slipped in by Mahmood.

Sukh Atwal and Bains went close to extending the lead further, while Frontline created some late chances but failed to hit the target.

Delaford Colts went three points at the top following a 4-1 victory at Britwell, while second-placed Old Windsor – who have played three more games than the leaders – lost 3-1 at home to Slough Heating Laurencians.

In Division One, a Sushil Thomas strike guided 10-man Hounslow Wanderers past KS Gryf 1-0, Constantin Ciocu seeing red for the home side.

Stoke Poges Saints eased past Iver Heath Village 3-0.

Britwell Reserves made it seven Division Two wins from seven with a 12-0 demolition of Phoenix Old Boys 3rds.

Basement side Langley Hornets went down 3-0 at home to Eton Wick, KS Gryf Reserves drew 2-2 with Townmead, St Peters Iver won 3-1 at Chalvey Sports A and Langley Development triumphed 2-0 at Chalfont Athletic.