37 wins in 37 league games. A magnificent performance by Jersey Bulls. Could they maintain their 100% record in the last game of the season?
A very disappointing performance from by the Brook saw them beaten 4-1 at BA
Was this the end of the season?
What will be Spurs’ last league game for at least 17 days finished up with them having a comfortable victory against British Airways
A disappointing result saw the Brook lose 3-2 away to Tooting Bec
Rovers were involved in another Saturday thriller, when they travelled to in-form Sheerwater last weekend.
Up to the interval, it was an awful game with Ash poor and Spurs worse. After the break, we saw some football, and eventually a well-deserved victory for Fleet.
Fleet were good value for their victory, though the Baggies never stopped trying.
Rovers picked up three points on Saturday, when they outlasted Balham in an eleven goal thriller at Gander Green Lane.
Refs red card decision, cost Molesey the game
Overall a draw was a fair result, with both sides improving after the interval to create goalscoring opportunities after a sterile first half, but with neither outfit capable of making a breakthrough, though they both came near on several occasions.
A poor performance from the Brook saw them drop 2 points on a difficult pitch to bottom side Eversley & California.
Both teams struggled with a heavy pitch but it was the Brook who scored the all important goal to earn the 3 points away to 6th placed Fleet Spurs.
Rovers followed up their midweek cup win with a well deserved 3-1 win over Molesey, at a Storm Dennis hit Knights Community Stadium on Saturday.
Molesey not up to speed on a windy day in Sutton
One Goal Settled It.
Molesey get bitten by the Lobsters
Spurs never really recovered from a dreadful first five minutes
Molesey see off Balham with a perfect Saturday performance, hat- trick, clean sheet, 4-0 win
Spurs moved above Walton & Hersham in the division following their emphatic victory on a blustery day at Kennels Lane.
Rovers picked up their first league point of the new decade when a Matt Farrell header midway through the second half was enough to give them a point away at Badshot Lea.
It was a 0-0 draw but far from a bore.
Although the margin was narrow, Fleet played the better football.
Rovers squandered a two goal lead inside the last ten minutes, on their way to a disappointing 3-2 defeat at home to high flying Spelthorne Sports.
Molesey win by a nose at Ascot
The pitch was bobbly and made worse by the frost...
Another 3 points and another clean sheet for the Moles
Our 8 game unbeaten league run came to an end last Saturday when we were narrowly beaten at second place Farnham Town 2-1
2nd half goals from Ryan Marklew and Danny Champion sees the Moles take all 3 points
Rovers started the decade in the worst possible style, when a lacklustre performance saw them comprehensively beaten by in-form Knaphill on Saturday.
A last minute penalty saw the Brook,who finished the match with 9 men,salvage a point in a 3-3 draw with Bagshot.
Spurs enjoyed their second five-goal victory in a week.
Rovers trip to Balham saw them end the year and decade with all three points, in a hard fought encounter against a very bright and pacy opponent.
It was a chilly afternoon, but the visitors finished with a warm glow as they secured their biggest win of the season.
Fleet produced their best league performance of the season and secured a comfortable victory against mid-table Hayes.
Molesey squeeze all 3 points
Spurs paid the price for a dreadful first 10 minutes and a poor overall first-half performance...
A weakened AFC Hayes,missing 5 players who started the previous game went down 3-2 to Kensington & Ealing Boro.
Spurs gain a hard-fought but well-deserved three points against a battling Epsom & Ewell team
On a very heavy pitch the Brook worked hard to overcome a stubborn Westside team to move up to 5th in table.
Spurs enjoyed a victory against a spirited Eversley & California side, their fourth win in five games.
Sutton Common Rovers bounced back from Saturdays defeat away at Egham Town, with a stunning performance against CB Hounslow Utd on Monday night.
It's 3 wins in a row for the Moles
After seeing keeper Tom Clark sent off after 10 minutes the Brook produced a superb battling performance in terrible conditions to win 1-0 at 2nd placed Farnham Town.
A much improved performance that led to Fleet Spurs third victory in four games.
On a very heavy pitch the Brook moved up to 7th place as they beat basement club Eversley & California 3-0
For a half-hour spell either side of half-time Spurs showed that they could match Deportivo in
most aspects of the game.
Considering the conditions, it was a very good game with both sides trying their utmost right until the final whistle
Rovers continued their fine form when picking up a hard fought 3-1 win over a strong Molesey side on Saturday.
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