Farnham Town manager Paul Johnson praised his players after they comfortably swept aside Sandhurst Town 4-0 at The Memorial Ground on Tuesday night.

Darryl Sanders opened the scoring in the first half, before goals from Owen Dean, Joe Jackson and Charlie Postance after the interval sealed the three points.

The result means Farnham have now won their first three games of the season 4-0.

"Overall, I'm happy," said Johnson. "It should have been more, but Liam Harris was probably man-of-the-match for Sandhurst – he made some great saves.

"We were confident we would go on and win. It was just a matter of time, but the first goal came at the right time.

"Darryl could have come away with a hat-trick – he's a joy to watch.

"The third goal was a nice goal, and typified what we do.

"Charlie took his goal well – he's knocking for a start now.

"The substitutes were good – Matt Surmon looked sharp off the bench and Ricky Wellard was tidy, so I have some nice headaches."

Next up for Farnham is a home game against Crowborough Athletic in the preliminary round of the FA Cup on Saturday (3pm), and Johnson has some selection dilemmas to ponder.

"A couple of lads who have been on the bench are now knocking on the door and maybe they deserve their chance," he said.

"Lewis Flatman is back available on Saturday, so I have some nice choices to make.

"The games are coming thick and fast – hopefully we can continue this form."