Wanderers had already claimed the title and promotion to the Vanarama National
League South before Saturday`s 2-0 win at third-placed Tonbridge Angels in front
of a good crowd of 825 at Longmead.
newly-crowned champions took a 17th minute lead when, following a save
from Angels` keeper Jonathan Henly, Jason Prior popped up to net the rebound.
a minute before half-time, Marc White`s side doubled their advantage when Reece
Hall got on the end of a James McShane cross to convert at the far post.
managed the second half extremely well to limit the hosts to very few opportunities.
defeat leaves Steve McKimm`s men four points in front of the play-off chasing pack.
Haringey Borough assured themselves of a play-off place – barring a
mathematical miracle – after recording a 2-0 win at Coles Park in front of 511
Della Verde was Boro`s goalscoring hero on the day, bagging a brace in the 2nd
and 51st minutes to seal victory.
Athletic and Worthing occupy the other two top five spots, but the latter`s defeat
at Bishop`s Stortford means there are still four other sides still in with a
shout of making the play-offs.
moved into seventh, just two points behind Worthing, after beating them 3-0 at the
ProKit UK Stadium.
once again it was veteran player boss Jamie Cureton who showed the way with a
brace – his first coming from the penalty spot after 26 minutes and his second
9 minutes from time after Shadrach Ogie had sandwiched the other 2 minutes
enjoyed a win by the same scoreline at the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium against
mid-table Enfield Town.
a goalless opening 45 minutes, the Robins hit Town with two goals in 2 minutes
shortly after the break from Harry Ottaway and Omar Koroma.
Adeniyi made sure of the points with a third goal in the 57th minute.
Merstham and Folkestone Invicta all have a chance of still making the top five,
although only Invicta won on Saturday.
beat fellow contenders Merstham to move to within a point of the Moatsiders and
three behind Worthing.
they had to come back from being a 28th minute Kershaney Samuels goal
down to win.
Jackson on 40 and Michael Everitt on 44 minutes gave them a 2-1 interval lead
before Adam Yusuff wrapped things up with a late third.
shared a 1-1 draw with a Lewes side who realistically needed a win to remain in
Hammond put the Rooks in front after 10 minutes, but Jerry Nnamani equalised 5
minutes later – and that`s how the scoreline remained, leaving the Tanners just
a point behind the top five.
goes down is realistically three from four now, although fourth-bottom Whitehawk`s
2-1 win at AFC Hornchurch means the Urchins are not safe yet.
Rodrigues broke the deadlock to give the Hawks the lead right on the stroke of
Fintan Walsh added a second on the hour-mark, with Joe Christou replying 17
minutes from time.
Harlow Town will need to win all three of their remaining games, realistically,
to stay up after a decent point from a 1-1 draw at Nyewood Lane against
mid-table Bognor Regis Town.
it was so nearly the three points they desperately needed as they led through
Tom Hitchcock`s 68th minute opener until deep into stoppage time
when sub Jimmy Wild grabbed the Rocks` leveller.
Burgess Hill Town also shared a 1-1 draw at home to another mid-table outfit,
time it was roles reversed as it was the strugglers who grabbed a last-gasp equaliser
from Tommy Wood after the Essex visitors had led from the 44th
minute, courtesy of a Jake Turner goal.
third-bottom Wingate & Finchley`s 3-1 defeat at Corinthian-Casuals not only
virtually secured the victors` Premier Division spot, but also means only three
points separate the bottom four now.
led 2-0 at the break, thanks to Majed Osman after 15 minutes and Warren Mfula
just before half-time.
Mendy reduced the arrears in the 72nd minute, only for Osman to notch
his second just 2 minutes later to seal victory.
Bar Town`s 2-0 win at Hartsdown Park against Margate all-but secured their
place in the division.
Wynter gave the Scholars a 24th minute lead they held until 6
minutes from time when Josh Hutchinson doubled their advantage.
day got even worse when they had James Rodgers sent-off for dissent 2 minutes
into stoppage time.