Hillingdon Borough 3 Enfield Town 1
BORO found a great time to record their first win of the season when they overrcame their league rivals in a hard fought tie.
Both sides made a tentative start but it was Enfield who did the early pressing and they went ahead after 12 minutes when Ellis Remy rose highest to head home from close.
This goal triggered Boro into action and they pushed forward in search of an equaliser.
Sam Warrell had a shot deflected onto the crossbar, and Jacque Flowerday and Jey Silva both shot over from distance.
After Remy had gone close for Enfield it was no surprise when Boro equalised as Warrell's diving header trickled in off a post just before the break.
The second half was a more equal affair, with both sides creating and missing chances.
Jerry Lyons picked out Warrell but his shot scraped the bar and then Remy went close with a header for Enfield and Matt Davis made two good saves in quick succession to deny the visitors.
The deadlock was broken in the 65th minute when Dan Campbell latched onto a loose ball and smashed home a cracking shot.
Enfield then pressed hard for an equaliser to take the tie to a replay but were caught out by a swift break as Boro made the tie safe.
Lyons beast the offisde trap and alto-hug Town keeper Jason Willis got his finger tips to the ball he could not keep it out and Boro were through to the next round.
Boro boss Rob Burton was delighted with his side's first win of the season and described it as an "excellent performance."
He said: "We were able to put out our strongest line-up for the first time this season and play 4-4-2 - the way we wanted too.
"The partnership of Lyons and Cam-bell also worked really well up front amd things are starting to look good."
Burton has this week signed former player Nick Turner, who has returned from a summer coaching stint in the USA.
BORO: Davis, Powles, Twagira, Harris, Paul, Kendall, Flowerday, Warrell, Lyons, Cambell, Silva. Subs used: Sharples, King, Queensborough