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30-minute spell, with Ja­cobs say­ing his play­ers “de­liv­ered a mas­ter-class to a team that had never be­fore been so out­played and mes­merised”.

Sol­losi opened the scor­ing when a ric­o­chet in the penalty box fell into his path and af­ter tak­ing a touch, he buried the shot low into the net.

Steve Sum­mers dou­bled the lead soon af­ter with an in­di­vid­ual piece of magic. He re­ceived the ball 35 yards out and curled the ball into the top cor­ner.

This was fol­lowed by an­other from clin­i­cal fin­ish from Sol­losi. Hen­don sim­ply could not han­dle him. The vis­i­tors ral­lied to­wards the end of the half and hauled them­selves back into the game via two bul­let head­ers.

Red­bridge were rock­ing but then came a con­tender for goal of the sea­son from Sol­losi. A twin­kle-toed run left sev­eral Hen­don play­ers in his wake be­fore he lifted the ball over Rus­sell Corin to com­plete his hat­trick.

Both teams drew breath at half­time af­ter a high-oc­tane 45 min­utes and al­though Hen­don scored for a third time, Red­bridge held on com­fort­ably in the sec­ond half.

Red­bridge boss Jon Ja­cobs said:

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