There was no change in the top two positions, with Ascot United and Spelthorne Sports both winning. Ascot overcame Cobham 2-0, both goals coming in the first 15 minutes, while Spelly prevailed 4-3 at Redhill with a hat-trick for Vitor Monteiro, which included two penalties. Third are Knaphill, Perry Coles notching a hat-trick in their 4-0 victory against Guildford City. They overtake Southall, whose game was postponed. Molesey remain fifth, despite losing at home to improving Sheerwater 2-0. This was the Sheers’ fourth victory in their last six games. Frimley Green and Abbey Rangers swap places after the Green were surprisingly beaten at the Recreation Ground 2-0 by local rivals Camberley, while Abbey won at Balham by the odd goal in five.
Colliers Wood move back into the top half of the table after their 1-0 victory at Badshot Lea. At the other end of the division, CB Hounslow United gained a long-awaited victory – their first for over four months - 1-0 over Raynes Park Vale at Green Lane. Neither Banstead Athletic nor Hanworth Villa had a game.
Jersey Bulls beat third in the table Bedfont & Feltham 3-0 at the Springfield Stadium. Farnham’s game at Kensington & Ealing was postponed, so they are now 24 points behind the Bulls. Tooting Bec beat Godalming 2-1 and overtake Sandhurst into fourth place. The Fizzers had a closely fought goalless draw at Kennels Lane against Fleet Spurs. Walton & Hersham ended their bad run of results in style, with a 6-3 win at Dorking Wanderers. Hot-shot Tyreke Leslie scored four in the first 35 minutes, including a spell of three in five minutes. The Swans move up into sixth place, having overtaken Fleet and Epsom & Ewell, whose game against Chessington was postponed.
Eversley moved away from the foot of the table with a 2-1 win over Deportivo at the ESA ground. They now are two points ahead of Godalming and on the same number of points as Chessington, though the Boars have played three games more than Chessy. British Airways have overtaken Depor after defeating AFC Hayes 4-1.