Sutton Common Rovers picked up their first trophy in eight seasons with a stunning 4-1 win over Camberley Town to claim the Southern Combination Challenge Cup at Gander Green Lane on Monday, writes Gary Brigden.

It was a fairly tense first half, with both sides having chances.

Michael Campbell should have fired SCR ahead inside 30 seconds, but could not get the ball out of his feet, and the chance went begging.

For Camberley Town, a Matt Bunyan header on 15 minutes was headed off the line by SCR's Owen Davies.

Matt Auletta went close for SCR on 29 minutes, when his low drive off a Liam Holden pass went agonisingly wide of the right hand post, before SCR took the lead on 32 minutes.

Holden was again the architect and his pinpoint cross was powerfully headed home by Campbell.

SCR skipper Craig Bradshaw saved well from Luke Haskell, and Marcus Cousins, but Haskell levelled things up on 42 minutes, with a curled effort beyond the SCR keeper.

Bunyan and Campbell both had chances for their sides, but it was Campbell who put SCR ahead again on 62 minutes, latching onto the ball after good work by Joe Mead, rounding keeper Stuart Norman and firing home.

A minute later it was 3-1. Superb play by Auletta and Jordan Johnson-Palmer set up Adam Allen, and he calmly fired low beyond Norman to give SCR one hand on the cup.

Bradshaw somehow saved a deflected Carl Garstang free kick, and Davies and Aaron Bogle hacked the ball clear.

SCR sealed the win with five minutes remaining, when another pinpoint Holden cross was powerfully met by substitute Danny Fernandez for 4-1.