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There were only two games in the Bostik Premier tonight with Wingate and Finchley's home game against Tonbridge Angels a late call off due to the snow.
Dorking Wanderers made it three wins in a row to keep the pressure up on league leader's Haringey Borough with a 1-0 home win against Enfield Town thanks to Luke Moore's 79th minute goal. Despite the snow and cold weather there was a decent crowd of 404 at Meadowbank for the game.
Elsewhere, Worthing won 0-2 at Brightlingsea Regent to end a run of three defeats. Ollie Pearce and Jalen Jones scored the all important goals for the visitors. Jones is a recent recruit for The Rebels having joined at the beginning of January - He played some games for Merstham last season in the Bostik Premier and had recently been playing for Southern Combination Premier Division side Eastbourne United.
Third placed Lewes could move closer to the top two if they win their home game against seventeenth placed Margate tomorrow.
On Saturday top of the table Haringey Borough have an away trip to Tonbridge Angels with Dorking Wanderers visiting Potters Bar Town. After a poor run of form Angels have won their last two games 3-2 (versus Kingstonian) and 4-3 (at Bishops Stortford) with former Borough striker Chinedu McKenzie scoring three goals.
SOME FACTS AND STATS
Dorking Wanderers and Merstham are the form sides of the division both winning four and drawing two of their last six games.
Potters Bar Town have the worst form over the last six games losing five and drawing one which came against Bognor Regis Town in their last game.
Dorking Wanderers have scored the most goals in the last six games (14) with Wingate and Finchley letting in the most (17).
Both Margate and Wingate and Finchley are without a win in six games.
Merstham have the best winning run at present - they are without a defeat in eight league games - The Moatsiders entertian AFC Hornchurch on Saturday.
DORKING WANDERERS ENTERTAIN HARINGEY BOROUGH ON THE FINAL DAY OF THE SEASON - COULD IT BE A TITLE DECIDER ON SATURDAY 27th APRIL?