Toby FC are well clear of the other teams in the Essex Olympian League Division Two. They have 40 points from the 17 games they have played and welcome Debden Sports for a home game this Saturday afternoon. Second placed Basildon Town (26 pts from 14 games) and Snaresbrook (26 from 12) both have games in hand so it's not all over just yet.
BURGESS HILL TOWN
I'm sure the management and players of Burgess Hill Town will not entertain any comments regarding the fact they are Champions elect in the Ryman Division One (South). Town have 71 points from 27 games with their nearest challengers being Faversham Town on 68 points from 31 games. The Hillians are still unbeaten in league fixtures with their next three games coming against Tooting and Mitcham (11th), Corinthian Casuals (18th) and Guernsey (9th).
Witham Town are just above the bottom four in the Ryman Premier Division and have only collected 9 points from the last 36 on offer which is made up of just two wins (both at home) which came against fellow relegation fighter's Bury Town (4-1) and Hampton and Richmond Borough (3-2). Garry Kimble's side now has a run of four home games against Margate, Enfield Town, Leatherhead and Canvey Island.
The Swans, ten points adrift of safety and bottom of the Vanarama South, face a massive game on Saturday when Bishops Stortford (19th place) visit Wheatsheaf Park. They have a new manager in Nicky Forster who has replaced Marcus Gayle who left the club at the end of 2014. Forster made a winning start with a 2-1 home win over Gosport Borough on 13th January followed by a narrow 1-2 defeat away at Bath City. They also played Spelthorne Sports away in the Middlesex Senior Cup Quarter Final last mid-week which they won 0-2. It's a real must win game for Staines Town on Saturday as you can see from the below league table which shows the bottom two teams in red which is the relegation zone in the Vanarama South -