SILHILL will be hoping to show their worth when they take on Midland Combination Division Three leaders Hampton SNR tomorrow in round two of the BCFA Junior Cup.
Goals from David Johnson and Daniel Pollitt gave the Sharman's Cross Road side an important win that moved them to within a point of league leaders Wake Green.
After a slow start to the season Chris Conway's men seemed to have turned the corner with impressive back-to-back wins.
During an open first half Silhill forward Matthew Foster spurned half-a-dozen opportunities to open the scoring.
But two minutes after the break a lethal leftwing run and cross by Justin Perry picked out hot-shot Johnson who clinically finished from the right edge of the Crescs' box.
Pollit wrapped up the game late on with the killer goal on 86 minutes.
Meanwhile Silhill 4ths began their defence of the London Junior Cup with a crushing 6-0 win over Old Isleworthians.
Curtis Karim scored a second-half hat-trick to add to goals from Steven Smith (2) and Robbie Desmond.