Any concerns that Welling United may have had about losing momentum through a two week break were proved unfounded when they met Chippenham Town at Park View Road.

Their 4-0 win was the least they deserved as they dominated the game and once ahead, never looked back.

Goalkeeper Kleton Perntreou made his Wings debut and looked solid but wasn't tested heavily by the Bluebirds.

Possibly keen to stamp his authority on the game, referee Lee Brennan booked Welling's Joe Healy and Olumide Durojaiye plus Dean Evans of Chippenham with only eighteen minutes. Whether any deserved a caution is debatable.

Perntreou was the first goalkeeper to be tested when beating out Scott Twine's shot. Although it came straight out to Mike Jones, it was with such pace that he couldn't control it and it hit him and flew wide.

At the other end, Ben Jefford's pull back found Jeffrey Monakana but his shot was blocked to safety.

Will Richards headed over from James Guthrie's free kick before Jared Thompson pushed Tom Bradbrook's header up before claiming at the second attempt.

Jamie Coyle then stole in unmarked from Jack Jebb's free kick but headed over.

Evans was also unable to keep a header down from Matt Smith's corner before Welling went ahead.

Monakana's trickery on the right wing left Guthrie in his wake and his deep cross was headed home by Joe Healy from close range.

Before Chippenham had a chance to recover, they went two behind. Jack Jebb's long angled free kick found Tom Bradbrook and he finished with a powerful header.

Immediately after the break, Perntreou pushed a Twine shot round the post, but Welling went further ahead soon after. Having seen a cross blocked out, Christian Nanetti did well to regain possession and send Jebb free. His cross picked out Bradbrook and he headed home giving Thompson no chance.

Half chances came and went for the visitors after that. Richards headed over from a free kick, then Dan Bowman's long shot was claimed by Perntreou.

That was as good as it got for Chippenham and Thompson made a good save from Jebb's clever free kick.

Substitute Bradley Goldberg made it four when tucking away Jefford's cross and he almost added a fifth when his effort to lift it over Thompson was knocked away by a good piece of defending.

Although Twine attempted an audacious long range lob in the closing moments, it drifted over before the referee brought a fine Welling display to a close.

Welling United: Barnes, Dymond, Jefford, Durojaiye, Coyle (Gayle 81), Parkinson, Monakana, Healy, Bradbrook (Phipps 70), Jebb, Nanetti (Goldberg 76). Subs not used: Sinclair, Pattisson.