|Two views of the new main stand taking shape which will form part of the multi-million pound development of Bayliss Avenue and the Sporting Club Thamesmead|
|The winners of the cold end biggest dugouts of the season are Thamesmead Town|
Steve Newing's side were in control of the game for start to finish in front of just 79 people which is the lowest league crowd Enfield Town have played in front of on a Saturday since formation in 2001.
Liam Hope opened the scoring in the opening moments of the match followed by a great finish from outside of the box by Richard Morton to make the score 0-2 at half time. In the second half a fantastic cross from the left hand side by Walid Matata allowed Adam Wallace to head home to make the scoreline 0-3.
The new stand at Bayliss Avenue is gradually taking shape as you can see from the pictures. I believe it will be open sometime next season.
|The seated stand behind one of the goals|
|Rory Delap would struggle with his long throws if he played at Bayliss Avenue|
|Town fans behind the goal in the second half|
|The Town bench including Marathon Man Mark Kirby taking a well earned rest for the big race tomorrow|
|Even the Goodyear blimp hovered over the game during the second half|
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS ARE BELOW INCLUDING ALL THREE GOALS