Mile Oak were beaten 6-0 by Chichester City in the Peter Bentley Challenge Cup on Tuesday night.
Mile Oak boss Anthony Whittington said: "It was a great effort and work rate from the lads but ultimately the opposition were just far too good!
"They have got to be one of the best sides I have seen at this level.
"We can take some positives from it and look to move on to some important upcoming league games."
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Chichester City had the first attempt on goal from the edge of the box but it is deflected wide, Oak got a chance but Anderson was flagged off-side following a fantastic pass from Dine.
Chichester took the lead with a cross from the right which found Scott Jones , who tucked the chance away.
There was a great chance for Oak as Jack Stenning ran from the half way line and slid in Anderson, but he fired straight at the keeper.
Chi's Rob Hutchings curled in a shot from 30-yards out to make it 2-0 - and that's how it syaed until half-time.
Chichester City were fired up from the start of the second half but the unchallenged midfielder Hutchings got his second on the hour to make it 3-0.
Ethan Anders headed home to make it 4-0 before Sam Ndlovu and Josh Clack scored to finish off the scoring.