St Albans City and Slough Town played out an entertaining National League South game at Clarence Park.
The visitors started the game the better of the two sides and took the lead with just ten minutes on the clock when Stevens was teed up on the edge of the box and saw his strike take a heavy deflection and fly past Snedker.
That proved to be Slough’s only real opening of the first forty-five and it was St Albans who dictated most of the play, and they should have levelled things up when Da Costa burst through the defence, but the forward was denied by the legs of Turner.
Kamdjo grabbed his second of the game on the hour mark when he again combined with Wyatt, who this time sent a cross in from the left and the midfielder calmly slid the ball home.
The hosts continued to push forward and grabbed a third in the 83rd minute when a short free-kick routine found its way to Moyo, and he sent a drilled effort into the far corner of the net.
Flood reduced the deficit three minutes later, but that goal proved to just be a consolation.