Kingstonian were rocked this week with the resignation of former Brighton player Stuart Munday.

The 28-year-old who only signed in the summer quit the club, citing his work commitments as a school teacher.

Manager Bill Williams confirmed the club and the player parted company after Saturdays defeat at Canvey Island.

We decided it was fair to have a parting of the ways, he said. I wasnt happy with the fact he wasnt playing well.

Stuart came back in pre-season and because of his cyst operation wasnt fit.

He didnt turn up last Thursday, but played at Canvey Island. When I asked him about Thursday he said he was up to here with work.

I know Stuart is a very good player. He said come and see me on Sunday. When I went to see him he said he just couldnt commit himself three days a week to the club.

Players, who arent committed arent good to me but we have kept his registration.

But at least Ks go to Braintree Town in the Ryman League tomorrow with a much-needed home win behind them.

Dave Sadler scored the winner in Tuesdays 1-0 win over Chesham. while Ks hero was goalkeeper Lance Key who made some vital saves.

Williams men will be looking to make it two wins from two games, following Tuesday nights 1-0 over Chesham.

Goalkeeper Lance Key, who produced several key saves to preserve the hosts lead.

He said: It was nice to play a part in helping the lads get three points.

It was important to get a good result. There have been one or two bad ones this season but the injury situation hasnt helped.

Key, 33, said Ks players could expect a hostile reception at Braintree. I dont think any of the lads have played there before, he said. I played there 11 or 12 years ago before I turned pro and it was a difficult place to play.

The crowd like to get on your back. Hopefully we can get a result there and build on from Tuesday night.

By.Russell Young