Bradley Bubb’s second-half brace put the seal on a comfortable 3-0 win as Wealdstone secured another National League South success at home to struggling Truro City on Saturday.

Those strikes complemented an opener from Bradley Hudson-Odoi as the Stones notched up a fourth victory in eight league matches this term to sit in an encouraging fifth spot in the table.

It was the perfect reaction from Bobby Wilkinson’s side as they banished the memories of their 3-0 reverse at Oxford City on Monday with a clinical display at Grosvenor Vale.

An excellent start got the reward it deserved after 18 minutes when Hudson-Odoi finished a chance of his own making, cutting inside from the left and flashing an effort past Jo Jo Woolacott to break the deadlock.

The hosts’ play might have led to a more convincing scoreline at the interval as they passed up several chances from promising areas to go in at the break only 1-0 to the good.

However, the second half was dominated by the Stones and had Bubb as the star of the show as his pace and skill caused no shortage of problems for Truro.

The crucial second goal arrived five minutes after the hour as Bubb collected a pass, turned and created just enough room to swivel and beat Woolacott with the shot.

With the game as good as won and winless Truro struggling to impose themselves, Bubb grabbed his second to put the gloss on a fine afternoon’s work.

It was route one, but Wealdstone won’t care one iota as the Cornish side were caught out by David Pratt’s flick on from Jonathan North’s goal-kick.

Bubb, preying on the shoulder, showed a turn of pace to race through and finish clinically to wrap up the match and the points with a third goal of the game after 78 minutes.

Next up for Wealdstone is a trip to the home of Tooting & Mitcham United, Imperial Fields, to face tenants Dulwich Hamlet on Saturday, kick-off 3pm.