Wealdstone progressed into the FA Cup fourth qualifying round with a resounding 4-0 victory over Bristol Manor Farm in a third qualifying round replay.

After a disappointing goalless draw on Saturday afternoon against a side two divisions below them, the Stones showed their superior quality to romp home with a convincing win three days later.

Goals from Jacob Mendy, Michee Efete, Billy Clifford and Dennon Lewis guided Wealdstone through to an FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie away at National League Maidenhead United.

Stones boss Dean Brennan made a single change to the side that started on the weekend, and they began the on the front foot once again. The home team went close in the opening 20 minutes, with Lewis and Mendy firing shots just wide of the Farm goal.

Wealdstone almost conceded against the run of play, but Lewis Leigh-Gilchrist curled his shot just wide of the post on a rare venture forward in the first half.

However, it was the Stones who finally made their pressure pay minutes before half time, as the dangerous Mendy looped home a header over Ben John to give Wealdstone a slender lead at the interval.

Shortly after the break, Brennan’s side continued their dominance, doubling their lead through full-back Efete. He expertly rounded John and slotted into an empty net.

The away side were thankful for last-ditch defending and brilliance from John to keep the score down, but they could do nothing to stop Clifford curling a wonderful strike into the bottom corner with 20 minutes still to play.

Wealdstone rounded off the scoring when a sloppy defensive error was punished by Lewis, who glided past the helpless John and passed the ball in to make it four.