DIVISION ONE SOUTH AND WEST Cinderford Town 1 Uxbridge 4
Chris Owens took just four minutes to make his mark for new-look Uxbridge as the Reds recorded back to back wins for the first time since beating Didcot Town and Truro City.
Tony Choules handed all four new signings their debuts and Danny Tilbury and David Warner had already come close to an opening goal when two of the new faces combined in devastating style.
Matt Bicknell picked out Owens from a corner and he took his chance well.
Jody Bevan wasted a great chance to equalise and instead Uxbridge doubled the lead when Warner intercepted another misplaced pass and netted from a tight angle.
Warner threatened again, Owens was not far away from 35 yards and only a foot wide with another effort soon after and Uxbridge continued to dominate at the start of the second half.
Owens appeared to be held back but appeals for a penalty fell on deaf ears, Kevin Warner squandered another opportunity with an off-target drive and David Warner had an effort ruled out for offside, only to see Steve Truman pull a goal back with a quick 63rd minute free kick.
The same player curled narrowly wide but just as the hosts began to show some fight Wayne Carter found the top corner with a wonderful 30-yard effort to kill off the revival.
Sean Evans also had an goal chalked off for Cinderford and with four minutes to go Lee Tunnell sent Matt Bath the wrong way from the spot after David Warner was upended by Jason Price.
New keeper Gary Ross made a fine save deep into injury time to turn away Truman's free kick.
UXBRIDGE: Ross, Brown, Bicknell, Wharton, Browne, Davies (Carter 58), Robinson, K Warner (Lawrence 76), D Warner, Tilbury (Tun-nell 71), Owens. Subs not used: Thomas, Tarr. Goals, Cinderford: Truman 63. Uxbridge: Owens 4; D Warner 18; Carter 70; Tunnell 86 (pen). Attendance: 75.
* The reserves lost ground on the top four Suburban Premier Division teams as they went down 1-0 to Chalfont St Peter.
They also went out of the Middlesex Premier Cup last Tuesday with a 3-1 quarter-final defeat on penalties at home to Staines Lammas, having drawn 1-1 after extra time, Daniel Rimmel with their goal.