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A first-half blitz saw Phoenix Sports return to the top of Division G, with a 4 – 0 victory against Dartford Reds on Wednesday.

Goals from Luke Garrod, John Walpole and a brace from Alfie Aldridge in the first-half secured three points for their side.

Aldridge and Walpole are proving to have a prolific partnership for the league leaders, having scored an outstanding 58 between them in the calendar year – a fantastic return.

Jack Parkinson, put his side’s victory down to “A very strong first-half performance.”

With four games to go until the conclusion of the season and just two points separating first and second place, it should prove to be a very interesting run-in to see who is crowned Division G Champions.

Brentford Bees hosted high-flying Dulwich Hamlet on Wednesday afternoon. The hosts were 4 – 2 victors, David Bramany completed a four-goal haul against the visitors, who have been in fine form of late.

The result allowed Phoenix to leapfrog Dulwich Hamlet into top spot.

An impressive start to the match saw Brentford score twice within the first twenty minutes of the match to give themselves a two-goal lead, Dulwich then got one back before half-time.

Early into the second-half Dulwich equalled the scoring and took control of the match. But Brentford regained the lead through a free-kick, against the run of play.

The free-kick gave the home side the momentum to extend their lead, and they did exactly that in the dying embers of the match to put the game to bed.

Brentford manager, Ryan Peters stated: “It was an incredibly tight game regardless of the score line. Dulwich put an immense amount of pressure on us towards the latter stages”

Dulwich will be hoping to put the defeat to one side and pick-up three points against Bromley Whites next week, as the race for top spot hots up.

Elsewhere, Fulham Sedgehill drew 1 – 1 with Charltion Athletic Trust.

Unfortunately, Thamemead Town have withdrawn from Division G, meaning their playing record has been expunged.

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