Bridges cruised to an impressive victory against a Horley Town side that were certainly no mugs but who tired in the latter stages.
Ami Glloga, who looked dangerous every time he received the ball on the left, created a couple of early chances for Brannon O'Neill and Reece Price-Placid, and after 18 minutes Ami took a pass from Ashley Robinson in his stride before setting up REECE PRICE-PLACID for the opening goal.
Somehow that was the only goal of a first half where both sides had chances, but three goals in the opening eleven minutes of the second period ensured a home win.
Personnel changes had much to do with this with TOM TOLFREY seeing one effort blocked before cleverly netting in the 49th minute.
Tolfrey then set up ASHLEY ROBINSON for a 54th minute goal and two minutes later it was TOM TOLFREY again on target as Horley's defence opened up far too easily.
Russell Harvey showed determination to pull one back after 59 minutes, but the style of Robinson, the pace of Andrew Sesay and the resolution of a sturdy defence all helped Bridges to a comfortable win.