Millers defeated in the battle of Parkside, the tenants
came from behind after mistakes cost us dear.
AFC Hornchurch escaped with all three points after defensive errors, again proved costly for The Jammers.
In tough conditions and against a very good side the Millers battled hard to earn a point at Ram Meadow.
POINTS DROPPED AT SITTINGBOURNE
THE VICKERS EDGED OUT BY HYTHE TOWN
Ten man Canvey Island overturned a two goal deficit to leave the Lane with a share of the points after a 2-2 draw with Soham.
Despite a hat trick from Emiel Aiken, Tilbury lose a 2 goal lead to draw 4-4 in a thriller.
Boro Downed By Bowers
Jackson on target but Planters go down again
The Millers gave everything in the second half, but just couldn't get the goal they deserved against Heybridge.
Molesey fell to defeat against a well-drilled Corinthian-Casuals side at rain-soaked Walton Road.
Former Green Joe Asensi scored twice in the second half as Mildenhall overturned a half time deficit to beat Soham 2-1.
Brightlingsea Regent go down 4-0 to high flying Billericay Town
The Trawlerboys put in a battling display to win 2-0 away at Suffolk rivals Needham Market and put the disappointment of a 3-2 defeat at Kingstonian behind them.
after 1.1 draw on tough long mid week trip to dereham
THREE points. That was the major objective in this match. Three points. It was vital that Town brought the series of league defeats to an end.
Simon Grier reports on a poor evening for the K's at the Grove
A case of a bad day at the office for the Blues against new boys Barking
Blues held in stalemate
Cheshunt Fc 0 v 4 Potters Bar Town Fc
Wingate & Finchley 2 Enfield Town 1
Thurrock 2-2 Tonbridge Angels - Roger Maddams reports from Ship Lane.
Aveley 0 Tilbury 2 (Att 254)
Three Goal Margin
The Blues looked solid in a 2-1 win against local neighbors Kingstonian
A depleted Romford team fought hard and fell to an unlucky defeat on a wet night in North London.
Derby thriller opens Sunday account
When asked, Molesey manager Peter Lelliott said, ''It wasn't pretty, we changed our normal style of play as I felt we needed a change for this game...
as nine man town claim win
Strong display by the visitors earns them a close victory as Ware lose for the first time in four games.
Brightlingsea Regent beat Enfield Town thanks to a stunning strike from Billy Hunt
Within four minutes of coming on as substitute, Ricky Sappleton leads the K's from a 1-2 deficit to a 3-2 advantage.
A tireless effort from the Blues comes to nothing after a late Hendon penalty gave them the 3 points
Needham Market FC
Matt Allan’s early goal gave Soham their first away victory of the season winning 1-0 at Romford.
Potters Bar Town FC 1 v 2 AFC Hornchurch
For the first time this season, Harrow were involved in a drawn game, battling back from twice being a goal down to share the spoils with Merstham in a feisty game at Earlsmead.
Romford gifted Soham Town three points and now sit just two places above the relegation zone.
Brightlingsea Regent 2 Enfield Town 1
The Dockers suffer heavy defeat in an action packed game
McKimm's men slip into lower half of table with third consecutive league defeat
Blake off the mark as the Blues remain unbeaten
The Hawks won their second league game of the season against a tough Tonbridge Angels side.
After some disappointing results Maldon and Tiptree secured a good win and three welcome points against Norwich United
Clarke Scores On Record Breaking Day
John Bathurst writes
Added time win lifts Ware into the play-off places and sets a number of records.
Harlow Town will feel aggrieved to have come away from the Bank Holiday derby with nothing to show for it after dominating sections of the game.
For years, Adam spent his Saturday afternoons at Highbury or the Emirates. Now you will find him at the Dripping Pan. Here's his story.
After spending his formative years in the land of pie and mash, Jonathan is now far more likely to be found pouring vinegar on his fish and chips at Canvey Island. Here's his story.
In the first of a new series to run all of this week, former Liver Bird Gary tells us why he flew from the Kop to the 'Toilets Opposite' Stand.
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