Cirencester Town kept their relegation fight in their grasp with a 3-0 win over Weymouth at the Corinium Stadium. In a sumptuous team performance, Dan Demkiv produced a virtuoso display with both Ellis Dunton and Danny Gudger harbouring the Centurion's courage. READ: Match held up by serious injuryThe victory moves them up to 22nd, two points behind 21st-placed Kings Langley who they visit in their final fixture next week.
Cirencester's battle for survival has all but been relinquished after a 3-0 defeat to Cambridge City at the Corinium Stadium. In a largely abject and disappointing display, Charlie Griffin came closest to scoring whilst Dan Demkiv provided their only encouraging outlet. The loss leaves them four points behind 20th place with only three games left.
Cirencester Town 2 Redditch United 1 Cirencester Town took another leap in their search for safety with a 2-1 win over Redditch. In an impressive performance, Aidan Bennett's work rate was an inspiration whilst Dan Demkiv showed his exciting potential. The result moves them to within just two points of Kings Langley, who could only draw against Weymouth.
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Selecting a term
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