Powered by
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
Misery for Maidstone after Palace defeat
Defending champions go on the road
Crewe and 'Pool eye important wins
Late Heartbreak Doesn't Deter Doyle

Aldershot Town climbed to the peak of Division D after a 12-0 thrashing of Hampton & Richmond Borough made sure their goal difference was looking very healthy indeed.

Snowy times recently have meant a stop-start time in the campaign for all National League Alliance sides, but the Shots clearly havenít been wasting time making snowmen.

A hattrick for Billy Stratford was accompanied by a Tony Okoromadu brace with Eoin Kirwan, George Root, Leon Hewitt, Mark Fawley, Luca Wrightman and Kenneth Boateng also registering for their side to mark a statement performance and another twist in the race for top spot.

The other main contenders in this race sit only three points behind the Shots in the form of both Eastleigh Whites and Havant & Waterlooville. However their face-off was postponed this week so both teams have added incentive to claim all three points when rearranged and catch-up with the leaders.

At the opposite end of the table, AFC Wimbledon were too much for bottom-placed Corinthian-Casuals winning 5-2 and putting the Dons in a strong position to push up the table and away from the clutches of bottom. However, Andrew Mayís side have also played the most games in the division on 15 whilst the Casuals have played three less meaning their fate is in their own hands still.

Fulham (Coulsdon) recorded a significant victory when they overcame their mid-table competitors of Carshalton Athletic 3-1 away to move them onto the same points tally as Athletic with only goal difference holding them back.

The final game of the week also replicated this score line, this time Tooting & Mitcham taking all three points from Whyteleafe who, worrying for them, sit second-from-bottom and only four points ahead of Casuals having played two more games, meaning if results donít go their way they could be contenders for the dreaded bottom-spot.

With the weather on the up we should be in for an exciting run in to the dramatic division so far.

Next week sees Fulham (Coulsdon) take on in-form Aldershot, Hampton & Richmond Vs Eastleigh Whites, Havant & Waterlooville Vs Woking, Tooting & Mitcham United face AFC Wimbledon and Corinthian-Casuals go head-to-head with Carshalton Athletic.

So much still to decide in this division with so little time left, keep your eyes peeled.

Copyright The National League U19 Alliance. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to The National League U19 Alliance as the source.
University & college of football business
Official Title Sponsor
Forward Sport
Website Design Partners