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By Myles McDevitt UCFB
2018-19 Divisional Constitution
Boreham Wood FC win 'Champion of Champions' Trophy for 2nd consectutive season
Chester Claim U19 Alliance League Cup Glory
League Cup Final sponsored by UCFB
Barking crowned champions of Division C
Top 2 in action in Division I on Wednesday 25th April
Three horse race for the title in Division D
Barking pick up vital victory in Division C
Dvision I remains tight as the top as the season draws to a close.
Chester win comfortably to finish league season unbeaten in Division K
Goals galore in Division D
Chester and FC Halifax Town reach the League Cup Final
Phoenix Sports clinch Division G title with narrow victory over Brentford Bees
Dulwich Hamlet close the gap at the top of Division G
 

Two games were played this week in Division I due to it being half-term but there was an important top of the table clash between Boldmere St Michaels and Romulus. Whilst Chasetown hosted Stratford Town.

Boldmere have moved within a point of Mansfield Town after they beat Romulus 2-1 with goals coming from Rio Blake Hinds and Top Scorer Ryan Brookes. With this crucial win, Boldmere know that the race for the top is certainly on with Mansfield not in action this week.

Boldmere were down 1-0 until the 86th Minute but with two late goals they snatched a vital win. Manager Nick Heath praised the teams’ resilience. He said: “Really delighted with the win, it wasn’t the greatest game we’ve ever played but for sheer heart and guts, I thought the lads were terrific.”

Boldmere will now press on this season looking at that all important top spot as the season progresses but Heath now looks to their next assignments. He said: “We’ve got three very tough away games after half term, but we will take each game as it goes.”

For Romulus, they will be disappointed not to be sitting in top going into the next round of games, but they still have a huge chance of clinching this division.

In this week’s other game, Chasetown were at home against Stratford and it was the home side who won 3-2. This means that Chasetown now have a win to their name and all teams in this division have a win to their name. With this result they now move up to eighth above Kidderminster Harriers.

Stratford remain in forth but the gap between them and third place is widening by the minute and they will face a mammoth task to catch them up.

One piece of news to report in the Division is that both Mansfield and Chasetown will have points deducted for fielding an ineligible player.

No games will be played next week so the Division resumes on the last day in February.

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