The domination for Sussex continued in the second-half, although fewer chances were created. Briggs sent over a free-kick and Jelly headed over at the back post, early in the half.
Briggs, with his unique style from free-kicks, had another one which was powered just over the bar.
Pattenden was now more in the game, and had a half-volley on fifty-four minutes that went over, and a further effort two minutes later that was well saved by Kemp in the London goal.
Sussex showed true class with a terrific team counter-attack on sixty-three minutes. Bromage caught a corner, distributed to Cocoracchio down the right, he played through Fin Pittock, who had two touches before squaring for Pattenden to tap in from six-yards out. A great goal.
With fifteen minutes remaining, two substitutes combined, when Pittock crossed for Alfir Haggar, who hit the post with his effort.
As we moved into the final ten minutes, Sussex didn’t relent in their quest for more goals.
Pattenden got the ball to Haggar in the box, but he shot over when well placed. Pittock then followed this as he created space for himself in the channel, and curled a shot which was well saved.
With three minutes left on the clock, Sussex capped off a fine victory as Pattenden drifted in-field, played a ball through to Briggs, who had advanced from central-midfield, and he rounded the keeper to score with ease.
That made it 6-1, and a well-deserved victory for Sussex in a game they dominated. Jay and Gary are already starting to imprint their identity on the side, and the players seem to be buying into their philosophy. There are still areas to improve upon, but the basics are there, and the team is full of quality.
(A selection of photographs can be found on Facebook - courtesy of Simon Roe Photography)
Goals: 1-6; Shots: 4-26; Shots-on-target: 2-16; Corners: 2-5; Offside: 2-2, Yellow cards: 3-1, Red cards: 0-0.
London: T. Kemp, H. Kemp, Deen, Marus, Clark, Jones, Matheson, Gbotta, Jallim, Sewell (c), Korkmaz.
Subs: Watson, Gordon, Garcia, Chandhary.
Sussex: Bromage, Blackmore, Beresford, Briggs, Cocoracchio (c), Jelly, Mthunzi, Goldsmith, Waters, Pattenden, Gould.
Subs: Harper, Stilgoe, Pittock, Addy, Hager.
Match report by Ollie Powell