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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
Careless Crewe Caught on Counter
 

Eastleigh superbly thrashed a casual Corinthian Casuals as they retained their three point lead at the league summit last Wednesday. 

The Spitfires gunned down a poor Casuals side as they knocked seven past their Kingston Counterparts on their own patch.  

It was a clinical performance from the Whites who boast the second best goal scoring form in the league and second best defence. 

For the Casuals however, it can be see as an eye opener conceding their 22nd goal in six matches and lying in ninth place. 


Bognor Regis dropped points for the first time this season as they were held by Hampton & Richmond Borough.

The Rocks werenít so solid this week with the Beavers gnawing their way to a 2-2 draw.

The point can be seen as Bognorís worst result of the season, though they still sit pretty in second without a loss. 

For Hampton & Richmond it was a hard fought draw and whilst becoming the only team to earn a point against Regis this campaign, their inconsistencies leave them in sixth. 


Metropolitan Police were on the beat against AFC Wimbledon as they tore apart a pointless Dons. 

The Met held no mercy for their South London opponents as they rattled six goals past a leaky Wombles backline on Wednesday afternoon.

The Worst Defence in the league had barely anything to do and aside from conceding a consolation, it was their best performance of 2018/19.

The 6-1 demolition job means Wimbledon are without a win and lie bottom of the league approaching the Christmas break. 


Worthing proved their worth on Wednesday as they squirmed past Woking at Woodside Road.

The Cards played their Cards all wrong as Worthing continued their impressive start with a 3-2 win. 

The three points leaves the Rebels in third place and one of only three teams in Division D to remain unbeaten.

The Cardinals however seem to be going in decline and after a fourth loss of the season sit in eighth. 

It was certainly a Christmas cracker (itís never too early!)


Aldershot won their fourth game in six as they clinically surpassed Carshalton Athletic. 

The Shots went flying in as they defeated The Robins 4-2 on a wet Wednesday afternoon. 

The win leaves The Shots in fourth and one of only four teams in double figures for points.

For Athletic However, it was another drub defeat leaving them three points off the bottom with just one win to their name.


By Joshua Boothroyd 

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