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By Jack Pooley UCFB
League Cup 13.2.19
Season 2019-20
Chippenham secure a comfortable away win.
Cirencester clinch a last minute winner
Chasing pack keep pressure on Maldon
Oxford keep hot on Eastleigh's tail
Nightmare for Poole Town
Levi's double earns Town a point
Wood victors in Division C heavyweight clash
Emphatic wins for early pace-setters
Seven-goal Spitfires flying high
Misery for Maidstone after Palace defeat
Defending champions go on the road

Division D returned this week after postponements last week meant there was only one game to mention.

That game however was a big one, as Havant and Waterlooville took control of the division with a 6-3 home victory over previously unbeaten Aldershot, taking the Hawks into top spot with 33 points from 12 games.

This week the Shots took back their pole position with a comprehensive 3-1 result against mid-table Tooting & Mitcham United after the new leaders had their game postponed against bottom-of-the-table Corinthian-Casuals.

Perhaps the standout performance of the week was from Hampton & Richmond Borough as they stormed Fulham (Coulsdon) 9-1 leaving them only two points off their opponents in ninth place, but with only 11 games played compared to the average 13 or 14, could Borough be an unknown force in this division?

Elsewhere, a mid-table clash saw Carshalton narrowly overcome Kingstonian in a comeback from the away side who clinched all three points in the final minute of the game.

The visitors started well and had the best of a poor first half which ended 0-0.

The second half however couldnít have been more different.

Taylor Green didnít hang about and grabbed the lead for Kingstonian after only seven minutes of second half action.

However, in a flurry of three goals in eight minutes, the match was swayed. Jacob Sewell grabbed an equaliser in the 58th minute, and four minutes later the match was turned on itís head by Elijah Carter in the 62nd, only for Green to net again leaving the contest level after 66 minutes.

There were chances for both sides in the closing stages, but it was Carshalton who stole the three points with Carter converting in stoppage time.

The result leaves Carshalton in fifth place, but with seven points separating them from fourth placed Woking thereís still a lot of work to do.

And it was Woking who cruised to a 5-1 victory over AFC Wimbledon demonstrating exactly why there is this gap in this division.

Next week sees every team playing if thatís alright with the weather, as AFC Wimbledon face Fulham (Coulsdon), Aldershot battle Kingstonian, Carshalton Athletic go head-to-head with Havant & Waterlooville, Corinthian-Casuals take on Hampton & Richmond Borough, as well as Eastleigh Whites vs Tooting and Mitcham Borough and Woking against Whyteleafe.

Can there be any upsets or will it be business as usual for the sides in Division D?

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