The 93-94 season saw new accommodation at The Swan, a new strip, of chocolate and light blue shirts, and two notable triumphs, a 2-1 London Junior Cup win over Fulham in November and a 4-1 Herald Cup drubbing of Clapham in the January, paving the way for a big step up in class the following campaign when the club entered three teams in the South London League.

Although the Old Centrals were to last just a year in that League, finding the extra travel too demanding, they certainly made their mark in that and the London Junior Cup. In the latter, keeper Griffiths was the hero of a 2-1 first round win over Battersea Albion. Old Centrals then put paid to West Norwood, before going out to St Stephens in a third round replay, their first defeat of the season.