A 61st goal from Met's Charlie Collins was enough to settle this very important league fixture.
The Met finished outside the play off positions on goal difference only.
Tom Kavanagh lined up against the blues having just signed for canvey following his release from Imber Court.
The police were beaten at home to lowly Cray by four goals to two.
With the Met still seeking a play off place and Thurrock hoping to avoid being dragged into the relegation fold, the people who attended the game would have expected a good 'cup tie' like game, well they certainly could not be disappointed.
A 51st minute goal from Stones winger Tom Pett was enough to secure the three points for Wealdstone.
After the slow start Grays made to their last game away at Thamesmead, there was a clear determination and focus on starting well again Heybridge.
The away side, playing their first league as league champions, started the game slowly and were made to pay in the 3rd minute as they fell behind.
The home side knew that three points at home against Maldon & Tiptree would seal the league title and pushed forward from the start trying to assert their dominance on the game early.
Lowestoft Town will have no opportunity to take their foot off the pedal in their last Ryman League game after losing at Wingate & Finchley.
Lowestoft Town finally conceded the Ryman League title to Whitehawk last night with a goaless draw at Wealdstone.
Lowestoft Town claim an impressive win at Bognor Regis.
Carshalton did enough to get a win against a tired looking Town, but it was not enough to save them from relegation.
An injury time penalty saw Soham complete the season with an entertaining 3-3 home draw with Aveley.
No flagging in the quest for the title as quickfire burst of goals keeps Dulwich Hamlet in pole position.
After the disappointment of Leatherhead Dulwich were back in the saddle as they returned to winning ways running out 3-1 victors on their maiden Leagu
Off key Dulwich fail to stretch their lead at the top of the table as Leatherhead snatch points
A handsome 5-0 victory recorded against bottom-of-the-table WALTON CASUALS.
A three one victory ensured Romford held on to eighth place, their highest finishing position since their promotion to the Ryman Division One North.
Lowestoft give it their all in finally breaking down a resilient nine men Hendon rearguard to win 1-0 and secure home advantage in the play-offs.
Whitehawk 1, East Thurrock United 0
Aveley ended the season with a brilliantly entertaining 3-3 draw away at Soham Town Rangers and now look forward to Maldon in the play-off semi-final.
Redbridge ended the season with a 1-0 win over AFC Sudbury which sees us secure Ryman League survival with a 20th place finish, our goal from Asamoah.
East Thurrock United 1 - Hastings United 0
Good sign-off to the season at Wodson Park.
Report by Steve Barton
Romford's final home game of the season ending in a victory for the hosts that moved them up to eighth in the league and guaranteed a top ten finish.
Redbridge took all three points at Witham Town coming back from a goal down thanks to a Jacob Cleaver penalty and a Ryan Reed strike
Redbrige were defeated at Harlow Town with ex Redbridge player Mitchell Das getting the only goal
Today's match went ahead but Redbridge would of wished the match never took place as they suffered a record 11 nil loss at Heybridge Swifts
Redbridge earned their third league win of the season defeating Wroxham 3-1 at Trafford Park. Jacob Cleaver (2) and Lee Martin getting the goals
Redbridge suffered a 6-1 defeat away to AFC Sudbury with our goal coming from Jacob Cleaver
Redbridge were defeated 4-1 at Tilbury on Tuesday night, our goal coming from new signing Jacob Cleaver.
A superb 4-0 win at Waltham Abbey including some great goals sees us just one point from safety. Our goals from Dobbs, Hayes, Asamoah and Theobald.
Aveley were left to rue a hatful of missed chances as they went down 1-0 to Waltham Abbey at Mill Field.
East Thurrock United 2, Harrow Borough 0
Redbridge lost 1-0 at Aveley meaning our fight for survival will go to the final day where a point or just avoiding heavy defeat will be enough.
A Jack Stevenson goal just before the break was enough to see the Millers secure a vital three points towards securing a play-off place.
Town hang on for the points to secure safety for next season. Remaining fixtures mean Town will finish above the relegation spots now.
...but at least the trains work (occasionally)!
Rail and road chaos for the entire season- and beyond!
Louis Maughan headed to the seaside and watched Haringey Borough pick up their first ever Bostik Premier victory at Brightlingsea Regent.
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