Saturday, 06 October 1945
Isthmian League
Dulwich Hamlet
4 - 0

Unwins' Wimbledon career was over after just two games as he returned to Redhill, where he had played for several years before joining Sutton, so Mortimer became the third player to take a stand between the sticks in just six games. Fuller was also unavailable, his military unit having moved to the North, Len Cannon was fortunately on leave and able to take his place.

Reeves had the first shot, beating two defenders before forcing a fine save from Jover, but it was Dulwich who took the lead when Jover took advantage of a mistake from Parsons to score a clever goal. Mortimer was forced to save from both Smith and Jover keeping the home side's advantage to a single goal at half-time.

Soon after the re-start Reeves was forced to the dressing room for attention after careering over the barrier, Hamlet taking full advantage of the numerical difference to force a corner from which Jover increased the lead with a header over Mortimer. As Reeves returned Bridge was crocked and forced to switch to the wing, where he played until retiring just before the end. The home side took complete control of the game and only resolute defending from the Dons kept the score in check, but Jover was able to complete his hat-trick when he cut inside and the goal was at his mercy. Just before the end Jover got his fourth, another header from a Smith corner.