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Aldershot Town finally reached the top of Division D this week as games continued through the snow and storms in the Christmas period.

A resounding 6-0 win over fourth-placed Woking made sure they’ll be on Santa’s good list still managing to have won 100% of their games so far, a trend they’ll be hoping to continue into the new year.

At the opposite end of the table, Corinthian-Casuals suffered their eighth loss of the campaign with a 5-1 result in the hands of Tooting & Mitcham and will really need to watch thems-elves into the new year still sitting at the bottom of the league.

Jack Wheeler’s penalty for the Casuals was some consolation but it wasn’t enough as the Terrors stormed up to eighth.

In the mid-table clash of the week, Fulham (Coulsdon) leapfrogged Kingstonian into sixth position with a dominant 4-0 win over their close competitors, an early present for the London side.

The final Division D game of this week pitted fifth-placed Carshalton Athletic against third-from-bottom Whyteleafe and in a Christmas-cracker of a game it finished 3-2 to the form side Athletic.

Whyteleafe put up a solid fight which they’ll be looking to carry with them into a fresh 2018.

Two of our teams also played out cup ties in what was the third round of the NLA League Cup.

Eastleigh Whites were victorious on penalties (3-1) after they played out a 1-1 draw with Gosport Borough doing the division proud, whilst Havant & Waterlooville were unluckily beaten 3-2 by Brentwood Town.

2017 will go down as a monumental year in the progress of the National League Alliance U19 programme and may 2018 bring even more success to the new system.

From me and all at The National League Alliance, we wish everyone involved a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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