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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
 

Eastleigh Whites seized control of the Division D crown with their game in hand meaning the title is still in their hands if they continue their blistering form, as long as Harry Kane isn’t claiming it as his.

The Spitfires grinded out a routine 1-0 victory against Carshalton Athletic to mean that, with the season coming to a close, if they keep winning there is no way they can be caught.

A team with something to say about that is Aldershot Town.

The Shot’s will need a slip up from their rivals to finish top but are certainly putting a strong case forward for their rights for the prize with some serious firepower in the ranks.

This week it was another big victory to add to the collection, beating AFC Wimbledon 7-1 courtesy of goals from Tony Okoromadu, Ryan Davis, Harry Wickens combining with a brace from Brian Galach and George Root, making it Galach’s sixth goal in two games; not a bad return.

Coach Josh Gallagher is hopeful of a strong end to the season for his side, and tweeted:

“A good result today!

“The boys performed well in hot conditions!

“Two big games coming up…. one last push!”

Elsewhere, Tooting & Mitcham United got one over on their mid-table rivals of Hampton & Richmond Borough with 5-2 sending them to fifth whilst Borough sit just behind.

The result was similar when Whyteleafe played Fulham (Coulsdon), with 5-3 in Whyteleafe’s favour allowing them to recover from the 16 goals conceded from last week and climb away from bottom of the table.

This unfavourable position is currently occupied by Corinthian-Casuals, who were condemned to their 12th loss of the campaign as they played Woking, with 3-1 being the score line.

Their four games in hand could still be enough to save them from finishing last, however with next weeks game being against Eastleigh Whites the task is a daunting one for the Casuals.

And this is the only game happening next week, allowing sides to gather their heads and focus on a strong finish to the season.

The weather is warming up and so is the action here in Division D.

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