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By Jack Pooley UCFB
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
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Defending champions go on the road
Crewe and 'Pool eye important wins
Late Heartbreak Doesn't Deter Doyle
Careless Crewe Caught on Counter
 

AFC Wimbledon gave hope of a table climb this week with a comprehensive 6-1 victory over Fulham (Coulsdon) with the latter side having now conceded fifteen goals in two games.

They’ll be looking over their shoulder as they sit precariously in eighth place with all four teams having games in hand, with ninth placed Hampton & Richmond Borough having a potentially potent four games over their competitors.

For the Dons, it sees them soar seven points above foot-of-the-table Corinthian-Casuals who do have one game in hand after another postponement at home to Borough this week.

At the opposite end of the spectrum, Havant & Waterlooville leapfrogged back to the summit of the division with a 3-1 away result over fifth placed Carshalton Athletic seeing them taking their goal tally to exactly 60 averaging upwards of four goals a game, the form of champions?

Someone who will believe that not to be the case is second placed Aldershot, who saw their postponed game against Kingstonian allow their rivals to catch up and now sit on identical points to the Hawks, with only three goals separating the sides.

And Kingstonian have this week withdrawn from the competition, with their playing records being abolished. We wish them all the best and thank them for their involvement in this years competition.

Staying with the top of the table, third placed Eastleigh Whites saw off mid-table Tooting & Mitcham United 3-0 to move to 30 points, but with two games in hand over the top two who are on 36 and on the same goal difference as the leaders, the Whites could easily find themselves sitting pretty at the top soon if they keep up their momentum.

The final result of the week was a dominating 5-0 victory by Woking over Whyteleafe.

Next week sees only one fixture on Valentines Day between AFC Wimbledon and Eastleigh Whites, with both teams in impressive form of late.

I doubt they’ll be any roses or teddy bears passed around in this clash.

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