RACING Club Warwick managed to put their poor recent league form behind them to progress through to the first round of the FA Vase Trophy at the expense of Stone Old Alleynians.
After losing their last four league matches, Racing were looking to bounce back in the cup and they did just that thanks to a comfortable 4-0 victory.
A bright start saw Malley strike a shot against the pots before the Racing player had another good effort well blocked by a Alleynian defender.
Heyden saw his 30-yard effort sail wide but on 36 minutes the breakthrough finally came when some delightful one-touch football set up Dusabe who stroked the ball home from the edge of the area.
After the break the visitors raised their game further and three second half goals wrapped up a comfortable win.
Morton fired over on 50 minutes but a second goal came soon after. Mckenzie crossed for Malley to control, turn and unselfishly slip in Morton to guide home from six yards.
Malley fired just over ten minutes from time before Dusabe got his second having been put through by Mckenzie, with the Racing player clipping the ball over the advancing keeper.
The rout was completed when Laight’s tackle and delightfully chipped through ball saw Malley round the keeper and fire home a fourth.
Racing hope to now take the goals into the league game against Littleton at the weekend.