Without a win in nine games albeit only a month ago.
Our last away game of the season took us to Badshot Lea and arguably the best ground in the division at Farnborough Town.
And so the final day of the season came and went and fittingly saw our first hat trick of the season and biggest win.
A stunning first half strike by Jay Holden set the first team on their way to, in all likelihood, a championship winning victory.
Three goals in an 8 minutes spell midway through the second half, eased the first team to their 4th consectutive 4-0 victory.
Defensive mistakes cost Frimley in what was otherwise another good performance.
A Phil Ruggles Hatrick seals a fine win for Frimley against a good Croydon side
We travelled to Horley Town for a bank holiday Monday morning clash, with only a win likely to keep us in touch with the leaders.
promotion push derailed by the fixture backlog
Our second midweek fixture of the week saw us entertain Cove
Following Saturdays impressive away draw at league leaders North Greenford
With our title hopes gone as a result of too many drawn games of late
With the games coming in quick succession the schedule again appeared to take its toll on the players
And so the show goes on. Another day, another game.
The run of games against title hopefuls continued at Chalky Lane on Saturday when we entertained Chertsey Town.
A commanding display by James Cecil highlights an all round convincing display
Combined Counties Division One
Sheerwater Reserves were back in Tuesday night after the weekend lay off with the short trip to CCL side Staines Lammas FC
Double Derby Delight
Combined Counties League One
Wars defeat local rivals Crescent Rovers to extend unbeaten run and continue their strong finish to the season
Our third game in six days took us to an in form Bookham side who despite languishing at the wrong end of the table had won three in a row.
Tuesday night we welcomed back to Chalky Lane ex manager Paul Norris for the visit of Banstead Athletic.
Our busy week finished at Hanworth Villa ending in a disappointing two-goal defeat and with possibly the poorest performance of the season.
The Reserves played their part in a good game against South Park which ended 0-0, which was a fair result.
With the club Struggling to put out two teams, a call went out to the old boys, who came up trumps with a magnificent win away from home.
The Reserves fielded a strong team consisting of five from the 1st team, but never deserved anything from the game.
The 2XI were dissappointed to come away from the game against Bookham with nothing. After leading defensive errors cost them points.
A slow start by the reserves gave way to constant pressure, leaving Farnham shellshocked by the end of the game, ang hanging on for a draw.
Wars travelled to Mole Valley without a recognised Keeper and against the odds pulled off a fantastic victory
Early chances go begging as an injury hit Frimley end up snatching a draw from a game they should have had wrapped up.
Phil Page and Jay Holden on the scoresheet as first's pick up more points on title and promotion charge.
Referee comes to the Bedfont's rescue as they fail to break down the resolute Wars defence.
A return to Chalky Lane on Tuesday night saw another dramatic end to a game and thankfully another three points.
On the back end of Tuesdays defeat we could have perhaps hoped for a better fixture than Egham away,
A midweek fixture away at Wembley can be difficult at the best of times
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