It was a Good Friday to remember as Maidenhead ran out emphatic winners at York Road. 
Alan Devonshire made three changes from the side who lost 1-0 to Rochdale last Saturday with Zico Asare, Sam Barratt and Charlee Adams replacing Will De Havilland, Reece Smith and Kane Ferdinand. 
It was a dream start for the Magpies when Remy Clerima gave us the lead inside the opening two minutes. 
A good delivery into the box found the head of Clerima whose powerful effort was too much for Aldershot keeper Van Stappershoef. 
Like London buses, Remy Clerima scored our second of the game after just five minutes, a corner from Charlee Adams found the defender who headed into the bottom corner. 
Following the two goals, the game quietened down with lengthy stoppages for players receiving treatment and no chances created for either side. 
Tristan Abrahams had a golden opportunity to give Maidenhead a three-goal lead when he was one-on-one with Shots keeper Van Stappershoef, his strike was well saved. 
Maidenhead continued to pile on the pressure, a corner found the head of Kevin Lokko who forced a fantastic save out of Van Stappershoef. 
Aldershot won the ball back high up the pitch and eventually found James Daly, his strike was cleared off the line by Zico Asare. 
The Shots continued to grow into the first-half, a delivery into the box was parried out to Ollie Harfield who blazed his effort over the bar. 
Half-time: Maidenhead United 2-0 Aldershot Town 
Hady Ghandour has the first effort of the half when his strike was well blocked by goal-scorer Remy Clerima. 
Jayden Mitchell-Lawson had our first chance of the second-half, a good run into the box which forced a good stop from Van Stappershoef. 
Barratt continued to cause the Aldershot defence problems with a few inviting balls into the box just out of the reach of a Maidenhead player. 
Maidenhead were awarded a penalty in the 70th minute with Dylan Kadji receiving a red card for a foul on Ashley Nathaniel-George. Charlee Adams converted from the spot to give Maidenhead a 3-0 lead. 
Maidenhead were awarded another penalty in the 76th minute when substitute Christian Maghoma was sent off. Charlee Adams converted yet another penalty. 
Following the fourth goal, Maidenhead controlled most of the possession but failed to create anymore chances before the full-time whistle on a day where the Magpies ran out comfortable winners. 
Full-time: Maidenhead United 4-0 Aldershot Town 
Maidenhead United: Craig Ross ©, Zico Asare, Sam Beckwith, Kevin Lokko, Ashley Nathaniel-George, Jayden Mitchell-Lawson (Chanka Zimba 81’), Casey Pettit, Remy Clerima (Will De Havilland 79’), Tristan Abrahams (Shawn McCoulsky 79’), Sam Barratt, Charlee Adams 
Aldershot Town: Jordi Van Stappershoef, Ollie Harfield, Cian Harries, Stuart O’Keefe ©, Tyler Frost (Kwame Thomas 68’), Josh Stokes, Ryan Glover, Olly Scott (Lorent Tolaj 60’), Hady Ghandour (Christian Maghoma 75’), James Daly, Dylan Kadji. 
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