Reece Beckles-Richards scored the only goal as Wingate and Finchley dispatched Hanwell Town 1-0 on Saturday.

The Blues' man made it four in five games with a second-half strike in a game where the two sides came together to raise funds for Billy Healey, a player who has played for both and suffered a career-threatening injury in a collision with an opposition goalkeeper in March.

Healey was given a guard of honour prior to the game, before Wingate flew out of the traps and came close through Ben Pattie's free-kick and strikes from Spencer McCall and Beckles-Richards.

Home goalkeeper Xavi Comas was in good form to keep out a Pattie piledriver before the break, and also saw a handball appeal turned down as Oliver Duffy appeared to block a shot with his arms in the dying minutes of the half.

Afolabi Obafemi rounded Comas in the first chance of the second half only to place his shot wide of the target with the goal gaping, before Harvey Killeen came close to an opener out of nothing for Hanwell, hitting the post with their first chance of note.

Beckles-Richards found the breakthrough with just over an hour gone when he latched onto the rebound from Obafemi's shot, after the winger had been set away by a wonderful Ahmet Rifat pass.

Killeen was the one man looking a threat to the visitors and almost struck late on, but for an acrobatic one-handed stop from Ross Weinrabe to keep Wingate ahead.

Wingate and Finchley: Weinrabe, Newson, Ifil, Vanderhyde (Otukedo 72), Rifat, Tejan-Sie, Beckles, McCall (Parker 46), Charles-Smith, Pattie (Obafemi 46), Laney (Sharpe 46).