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By Jack Pooley 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
 

It was goals galore in this week’s Division D with Hampton & Richmond Borough hammering an astonishing 16 goals past Whyteleafe with no reply. And you thought the Champions League was entertaining?

This mid-table mayhem now moves Borough up into sixth place leaving their counterparts Whyteleafe in the dirt now being second-from-bottom in the league with foot-of-the-table Corinthian-Casuals having four games in hand to bridge the seven-point gap.

At the other end of the table, leaders Aldershot Town took another step towards the title with a comfortable 3-7 away victory over Carshalton Athletic despite only having 12 players available.

A hattrick for Tony Okoromadu was complimented nicely by another hattrick plus one for Brian Galach to see the Shot’s maintain their strong run of form and pick up their 16th win of the campaign.

Academy coach Josh Gallagher took to twitter to say it was “a strong performance from the boys… we were stretched with injuries and illness.

“Having only 12 players on their big pitch didn’t seem to make a difference.”

Just behind the Shots, Havant & Waterlooville kept up the chase with a 4-0 win over Tooting & Mitcham to mean a win with their game in hand would put the Hawks onto level points with the current leaders, however their goal difference is almost half.

In the final game of this week a 3-3 draw was played out between Fulham (Coulsdon) and Woking which is a point that doesn’t really suit either team.

But with Woking being pretty much guaranteed fourth place it is perhaps the Fulham side that will be more disappointed they couldn’t grab a winner in this one to promote them from bottom table uncertainty.

Next week there is a magical eight games being played to make up for the numerous postponements over the last few months.

The week kicks off with a trip to Whyteleafe for Eastleigh Whites on Monday, with the Spitfires hoping it could be hugely successful week as they aim to win their games in hand and head to top of the tree.

On Wednesday, the Whites play again at home to Carshalton whilst it’s Woking Vs Corinthian-Casuals, Whyteleafe against Fulham (Coulsdon), Tooting & Mitcham Vs Hampton & Richmond Borough and AFC Wimbledon Vs Aldershot Town in a packed day of action.

Then the weekend comes early as on Friday there is a bonus-bundle of games.

Hampton & Richmond Borough square off with Carshalton whilst it’s a hattrick of games for Eastleigh as they play a big game in the silverware race against Havant & Waterlooville.

A lot of games could mean a lot of change in next week’s table. It’s still all to play for.

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