a day of mixed fortunes at The Grove, the Poppies` 1-0 win also condemned the
Yeltz to relegation.
crowd of 938, including a healthy following from Northamptonshire, saw top
scorer Rhys Hoenes score what proved to be the only goal of the game in the 19th
chasers Stourbridge did what they had to do – they beat Kettering`s neighbours
AFC Rushden & Diamonds – but in truth the title has looked like heading to
Latimer Park for some weeks now.
crowd of 519 at Hayden Road saw Nathan Hicks give Diamonds an 18th
minute lead which Rob Thompson-Brown levelled 10 minutes before the break.
Benbow`s 75th minute effort won it for the Glassboys and also left
Diamonds` own play-off hopes hanging by a mathematical miracle.
Lynn Town secured their play-off place after a 2-1 win at The Walks against
crowd of 820 saw Ross Barrows scored his first goal for the Linnets to give
them an 11th minute lead.
mainly thanks to a virtuoso performance by Lambs` keeper Jasbir Singh, Lynn
weren`t able to add to that and Tyrell Waite eventually equalised in the 82nd
Chris Henderson won it for the hosts 3 minutes later.
and Stratford Town occupy the two other top five slots after wins today, while
Biggleswade Town kept themselves in the hunt, but six points behind Stratford,
after a 4-1 triumph at the Oval against already-doomed Bedworth United.
virtually ended Coalville Town`s top five hopes with a resounding 5-0 win at Lye
Meadow with a brace from Josh March in the 10th and 23rd minutes
and a third goal from Jamie Willets on 37 minutes making it 3-0 at the break.
Tonks on 76 minutes and James Roberts a minute into stoppage time made it a nap
hand for the Worcestershire side.
were 2-0 winners at The
DCS Stadium against Royston Town.
from Lewis Wilson after 13 minutes and Michael Taylor 8 minutes after half-time
sealed victory for the hosts.
the other end of the table, Lowestoft Town`s 3-1 win at Hitchin Town almost
certainly secured their Premier Division Central spot coupled with third-bottom
St Neots Town`s 3-2 defeat at Rushall Olympic which leaves the Saints eight
points behind the Trawlerboys with only nine left to play for.
Williams gave Lowestoft a 14th minute lead at Top Field and Jake
Reed doubled that 9 minutes later.
Thake reduced the deficit 4 minutes later, but Reed`s second of the game 16
minutes from the end sealed a good win for the Suffolk outfit.
Neots led through Ben Bradley`s 39th minute effort which Simeon Maye
levelled on 55 minutes.
2 minutes later, Mason Rhiney shocked the hosts with a stunning 30-yard second
for the Saints.
Rushall keeper Matt Sargeant was injured on 62 minutes and defender Sam
Whittall has to go in goal as there`s no sub keeper on the bench.
he was to prove the hero in more ways than one!
Waldren pulled the Pics level in the 82nd minute and then 5 minutes
from time, the defender-turned-keeper stroked home the winning penalty after
Aram Soleman was tripped in the box.
on Saturday there were wins for Needham Market – 2-0 at Barwell, courtesy of Gareth
Heath after 12 minutes and Jamie Griffiths on the half-hour mark, and St Ives
Town, whose good campaign finished with a 1-0 win at home against Redditch
United, courtesy of a 54th minute Andrew Osei-Bonsu effort.
and Banbury United shared a 0-0 draw in Suffolk.