Oxhey Jets cruised into the second round of the FA Vase courtesy of an easy 7-0 win against Eastern Counties League Division One South side Hackney Wick.

Jude Bell, Ashley Lewis, Luke Preedy, Scott Bonner and Nick Kerley had the game wrapped up by half-time with Jets five goals ahead. Kerley then struck twice after the interval to complete the rout and earn his hat-trick.

Bell broke the deadlock after 20 minutes when he stabbed home from Kerley’s free-kick, and it was two less than 10 minutes later as another Kerley delivery was this time headed in by Lewis.

Before even half an hour had elapsed, Andre Lopes drove the ball across the face of goal for Preedy to tap in, and on 37 minutes Lopes was the provider again when his corner was diverted home by Bonner.

Kerley, after providing the opening two goals, got one for himself before the referee’s whistle, putting Jets in a commanding position at the break and leaving Wick stunned.

The East London visitors put up much more resistance in the second half to prevent another Oxhey onslaught, but they could do nothing to stop Kerley notching his brace when he slid in to convert a cross that was just out of Preedy’s reach.

With three minutes to go, the best goal of the afternoon arrived as Kerley completed his hat-trick with a stunning 25-yard free-kick that crashed in off the underside of the crossbar, leaving Wick’s goalkeeper helpless.

Jets travel to Edgware Town in the Spartan Premier Division this weekend and will also face either Westside or Deal Town in the next round of the Vase.

Sarratt’s five-game unbeaten run in Division Two came to an end on Saturday as they were beaten 2-0 away at Buckingham United.

Joe Korge and Leiws Parkin were on the scoresheet for Buckingham, handing them just their second win of the season and leaving Sarratt ninth in the table.

Leverstock Green dropped to 13th and are now winless in three Premier Division games after drawing 1-1 at home to Wembley on Saturday and suffering a heavy 5-2 defeat away at Leighton Town on Tuesday.

Leighton put Green to the sword in the first half as Danny Webb ran riot, hitting all four of their first-half goals, with Jack Stevens penalty to make it 3-1 the only positive for the visitors.

Ollie Cox pulled another one back for Green just shy of the hour mark, but Leighton wrapped up their first league win of the season when Ben Pattie’s stunner made it 5-2.

Green showed some more resilience on Saturday as Daniel Weeks’ last gasp goal saw them fight back to get a draw against Wembley.

The visitors went ahead when Jonathan Iley got his head to a free-kick inside the six yard box.

Leverstock’s best chance of an equaliser came four minutes before half time when the referee spotted an infringement in the area and pointed to the spot, but the ever-reliable John Smith saw his penalty kept out by Raheem Belgrave.

The hosts had further chances in the second half to pull lever, while Wembley were also guilty of spurning opportunities to increase their lead.

Those missed chances would come back to bite them in the dying seconds as weeks got his head to an Ollie Cox free-kick to head in and secure the draw.

Tring Athletic were unable to transfer their stunning league form into the FA Vase on Saturday as they were knocked out of the first round 3-1 at home by Woodbridge Town of the Eastern Counties League Premier Division.

Woodbridge went ahead after 35 minutes but they were swiftly pegged back by Tommy Fletcher’s header from a free-kick.

However, a defensive lapse saw Jay Lovell concede a penalty before the break, and Woodbridge took advantage to regain the lead.

Tring were awarded a penalty of their own less than five minutes after the restart, but Charncey Dash’s effort was well kept out.

Dash’s afternoon got worse when he was sent off for violent conduct, and that left Tring exposed as they went in search of an equaliser. Woodbridge capitalised and scored a third to wrap up the game and go through to the next round.

Finally, Berkhamsted Raiders suffered their third consecutive Division Two defeat at the hands of MK Gallacticos, who prevailed 3-1.

Scott Bullock was on target for Raiders, but Josh Douglas Smith’s brace either side of a goal from Abou Sey Jobe handed MK all the points.