THURROCK took all three points with a very impressive performance against Leatherhead in the Isthmian Premier League. Thurrock were up against a Leatherhead team bang in form but were to defy the form guide in the clash, taking a 2-0 victory. Remi Sutton got the first goal of the afternoon against the Tanners, finishing well eight minutes before the interval. And five minutes later the lead was doubled.
BASILDON United walloped Enfield 1893 4-1 in the Essex Senior League as they closed the gap at the top of the standings. The Bees scored early on and it once again came from the penalty spot. Basildon were awarded four penalties last weekend and it didn’t take long for another one to arrive. Marcus Bowers took it and finished with aplomb. Not long after it was 2-0, Jack Adlington on target as Basildon looked for a repeat of last Saturday’s 7-0 victory.
CONCORD Rangers’ long unbeaten run in the National League South was ended by Bath City. The Beach Boys were unbeaten in 13 league matches and were determined to continue that record in the West Country. But it wasn’t to be, as goals in either half saw the run end. However Bath had ambitions of a play-off position comes the end of the season. It appeared Concord had taken an early advantage but they were to be denied by the assistant referee’s flag.
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Selecting a term
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