With Hartley Wintney’s game on Saturday postponed, there was an opportunity for the chasing pack to make up some ground. However Hanworth Villa were unable to do so significantly, drawing 0-0 at Farnham Town. The Villains are now 14 games unbeaten however, with Farnham’s three game win streak ended by the result.
4th place Walton & Hersham were also held to a 1-1 draw at Epsom & Ewell, a second half equaliser from Jordan Gallagher securing a point for the Salts.
Camberley Town have a couple of games in hand but still sit nine points of the side above them in the league, Epsom. They couldn’t close the gap at the weekend, a goal in the last 15 minutes from Abbey Rangers’ Elliot Firths earned his side a point.
Down at the bottom of the table Badshot Lea picked up a big win, 4-1 away to Chertsey Town. Chertsey had taken the lead early on but slipped away and are now just five points away from the drop.
Raynes Park Vale couldn’t follow in Badshot's footsteps, losing 3-1 at home to Bedfont Sports, Matt Riggs getting two of the Sports’ goals.
Sutton Common Rovers are now all but safe from relegation, winning 2-1 against AFC Hayes: a result that leaves the visitors without a win in six games.
CB Hounslow dragged themselves away from the relegation battle with a 3-1 win over Colliers Wood, who have now won just one of their last eleven games.
Horley’s poor form continued after they were beaten 2-1 at home to Spelthorne Sports, Jake Flatman and Joe Dyett helping Spelly secure their first league win in four games.
Division One saw just four games played, Banstead taking their opportunity to reach 100 league goals and move eight points clear at the top with a 2-1 win at 11th place Staines Lammas.
Of the chasing pack only Bagshot played, and they kept the pressure up with a 4-2 win at Dorking. The Chicks had led 2-1 and Bagshot had a man sent off at 2-2, but the visitors still just about did enough for the win.
With Epsom Athletic struggling desperately this season Ash United will have felt a win was vital, and they duly delivered with the scoreline 5-1 to the hosts.
Elsewhere in Division One Frimley Green held Balham to a 1-1 draw.