David Woolman and Kyle Bentwood joined the party and joint-manager Dan Kristall told JC Sport: "It was a uperb performance and win - we are playing really well and seem to be hitting form at the right time of the season.
Kristall was delighted to see striker Sidle return to the goal trail, while he also praised the performances of Luke Brookner and Josh Cuby in midfield, and Toby Levy, who filled in at left-back.
"This was a big win and just like last season, we seem to be getting stronger each week," enthused Kristall. "We played some excellent football and could have won by more. This was probably our best performance of the season.
"After not playing a game for a month - due to having no fixtures and postponements - we could have been excused for being slow out of the traps, but we played some excellent attacking football in the first 20 minutes. At times, they couldn't cope with our pace and movement.
"Special mention to Sidle who is back in the goals and Brookner, whose performances having been excellent this season. He puts in some incredibly hard work.
"Our task in terms of the league is simple, keep winning and keep the pressure on the title favourites Hendon. It should be a very interesting few weeks ahead."