Leyton Orient maintained their 100 per cent pre-season record with a 2-1 victory at Greenwich Borough this afternoon.

An early header from David Mooney got the O’s off to the ideal start, but they had to wait until the second half to double their lead through Macauley Bonne.

However, the Isthmian League Division One South side, led by former Orient players Gary Alexander and John Mackie, had already offered a threat and they got back in the game on the hour through Jack Sammoutis.

With boss Steve Davis taking the opportunity to look at plenty of his squad, including a total of four trialists, both sides had further chances, but it was Orient who held on to make it three wins out of three in pre-season.

Their opening goal had come in just the second minute when Mooney headed home a cross from Bonne.

After Charlie Grainger had thwarted Travis Gregory, an O’s trialist hit the post with a shot before Bonne twice went close to extending his side's lead, forcing the keeper into a fine tip over before he fired inches over.

The opportunities then dried up for a spell, although Craig Clay went close to a second goal for the visitors in the 24th minute when he curled a shot just wide following good play by Steven Alzate.

Greenwich threatened again when former O’s striker Charlie MacDonald got in behind, but Grainger was equal to the threat.

Having returned to Brisbane Road this week, Jobi McAnuff was one of three players to come on at the start of the second half and the visitors were to double their lead in the 54th minute when Bonne capitalised on a defensive error.

The scorer then saw a header saved and McAnuff shot wide from 20 yards, but it was Greenwich who halved the deficit after 60 minutes.

Davis made a raft of changes soon after and moment after joining the fray Sam Sargeant had to be at his best to prevent an equaliser with a fine reaction save.

The replacement keeper was then sold short by a Daniel Happe back pass and Jesse Darko looked to make the most of the chance, but shot into the side netting.

Josh Koroma and Orient’s most recent new arrival, Romauld Bocco, had further opportunities to extend Orient’s lead, but in between times Sargeant was again called into action after a corner had not been cleared.

Leyton Orient: Grainger (Sargeant 61), Caprice (McLean 61), Trialist (Clark 34), Elokobi (Happe 46), Widdowson (Trialist 61); Clay (Trialist 61), Lee (Ochieng 46), Trialist (McAnuff 46), Alzate (Boco 61); Mooney (Koroma 61), Bonne (Abrahams 61).