and important 3 points for town
"lewis downs oustanding "
Soham and Barkingside shared the points thanks to two second half goals in tricky conditions.
Clinical Smith tops off deserved win
Blues beaten as the Beavers return to the top of the table
Dereham Town 4 Tilbury 2 (Att 142)
MERSTHAM’S loanee goalkeeper Josh Smith played the fool, looked a clown and ended Saturday’s Ryman Premier clash as his side’s hero
EAST Thurrock maintained their challenge for the Ryman Premier title with what ultimately proved to be an emphatic win at Earlsmead on Tuesday
George Wells and Andre McCollin provide the goals to lead the K's to their fifth successive victory.
Hampton return to top spot in the Ryman Premier league with a 4-3 win over Leiston that ended closer than it should have been.
It seemed as if the weather was the winner in this match with the wind controlling who was on top.
Brightlingsea Regent increased the pressure on the play off places with another three points and four more goals.
Leatherhead 0 Enfield Town 3 (Devyne 16, 25, Whitely 42)
In blustery conditions Wroxham failed to gain any points at Waltham Abbey on Saturday and dropped into the relegation zone writes Tom Wardle.
An amazing goal by Ryan Healy meant our battling second-half performance against Walton Casuals yielded a point.
A third home defeat as Witham nick the points late on
A strong 2nd half come back from Cray Wanderers saw them eventually run out 4-2 winners
Substitutes make impact
“The boys worked really hard for the point and with 10 men I thought we were the better side”, said Herne Bay manager Sam Denly.
Alex Read’s penalty took the Hawks to second in the league after Leon Antoine had cancelled out an early Heybridge goal.
10 man Hythe frustrate Worthing and grab all three points.
Jammers rue missed chances at draughty Aveley.
Debut for Ricky Freeman
Lead At Top Increased
A heartbreaking finale saw Wroxham fall to another defeat writes Tom Wardle.
Burgess Hill 1 Enfield Town 0
Grays maintained their unbeaten start to 2016 against local rivals Billericay Town writes The Mariner.
In a game that will not last long in the memory Grays fought out a drab goalless draw against their mid table rivals writes The Mariner
Newton and Dawes score as Worthing move back up to second with win over in-form Hythe
Hampton returned to winning ways with a 3-1 victory over Farnborough and kept hold of 3rd position.
A blistering second half display saw the R's score all four goals and collect the points in derby game.
Thurrock lose out to in-form Harlow Town
Redbridge ended the game with 10 men after Charlie Parish's 2nd half sending off before three late goals saw us eventually lose 4-1.
For the second game running, it all went wrong one minute after half-time for Borough.
Alex Bentley scores - and Callum Chafer saves a penalty.
in heavy 4.0 defeat
4 star performance sees off Tanners
Maldon and Tiptree created and missed the best chances including a penalty before scoring a last gasp equaliser
First half goals from Junior Dadson and Alex Read secured an important three points for the Hawks, who had to withstand pressure in the second period.
AFC Sudbury 3 Tilbury 0 (Att 173)
Three Goals, Three Points
Outstanding performances by goalkeeper Rob Tolfrey and forward Andre McCollin see K's to their fourth consecutive victory at the expense of Wingate and Finchley.
A DESERVED win, which might well have been more emphatic had Rocks stepped on the gas earlier,
ROCKS consolidated their third place in the Ryman Premier table with Tuesday’s derby win against Canvey
Aveley continue their superb form away from home in 2016 in the Ryman North with a dominating victory at a very good Phoenix Sports side.
Dawes and Sparks score as Rebels draw 2-2 for the second game in succession
LOCAL DERBY WIN & DOUBLE FOR THE MOLES
Herne Bay maintained third position in the league and remained on course for the play-offs
Romford will feel a sense on injustice only losing to an injury time goal after being reduced to ten men just before half time.
Redbridge beat Wroxham 4-3 today , goals from Coxi Sebastfao(2), and Portway(2).
O'Neill and Pope on target as Rebels beat Sittingbourne to close the gap on leaders Folkestone
Ryman League giant-killers Bognor Regis Town could host either Torquay United or Macclesfield Town in the last eight of the FA Trophy following Monday's draw for the quarter-finals.
The Isthmian Football League and title sponsors Ryman, part of the Theo Paphitis Retail Group, have agreed to extend the longest running sponsorship partnership in football until the end of the 2016-17 campaign.
AFC Sudbury increased their lead at the top of the Ryman North table after winning 2-1 away at Thamesmead Town on Saturday, writes Pitchero's Steve Whitney.
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