Whites continued the pre-season preparations with a comprehensive win on Saturday with Inih Effiong, Will De Havilland, Alfie Pavey and Nassim L’Ghoul on the scoresheet.
Steven Rigg had the ball in K Sports’ net early on, only to be ruled offside, while Effiong was unable to convert Josh Passley’s low cross.
Rigg twice more went close, seeing a header well saved and then striking the post after smartly turning in the box.
But his strike partner made no mistake with the opener just before the break.
Effiong beat the home offside trap to net his third goal in as many friendlies.
A much-changed Dover side after the break then set about putting their Southern Counties Eastern League opponents to the sword and doubled their lead within minutes of the restart when De Havilland tapped in at the far post.
A trialist added a third and Pavey took advantage of a goalkeeping error to make it four with no reply on 72 minutes.
L’Ghoul’s diving header from Ricky Modeste’s pinpoint cross added shine to the scoreline and the midfielder was not finished there.
The Frenchman was fouled in injury-time and converted the spot-kick himself, sending K Sports goalie the wrong way.
Andy Hessenthaler next host National South Maidstone United on Tuesday 16th July, kick off 7:45 pm.
Dover First Half XI: Worgan, Passley, De Havilland, Doe, Lokko (c), Taylor, Woods, Trialist, Munns, Rigg, Effiong.
Dover Second Half XI: Worgan, Trialist, De Havilland, Lokko (c), Taylor (Trialist 68), Cumberbatch, Bedford, L’Ghoul, Modeste, Trialist, Pavey.