Big Win For Bullard As Bognor Return To The Top

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This really is the league you can’t take your eyes off this season at both ends of the table.

As if the title race wasn’t exciting enough, the battle to remain in the Ryman Premier League has fingers being bitten to the core all throughout the league.

Bognor Regis are back on top after a simple 3-0 win over Harlow which saw the Hawks end with 9 men on the field of play.

Gary Charman’s clinical header opened the scoring before Bamba Ngamb was red carded.

James Fraser was then at the double to confirm Bognor are back on top the day after Havant took over with a 2-1 win at Canvey Island with Theo Lewis scoring twice.

Enfield beat Folkestone 3-1 to enhance their play-off chances – but they pulled Invicta into the bottom four in the process.

Leatherhead dragged themselves out and may have ended Billericay’s promotion dream with a 3-2 win at Fetcham Grove.

Charlie Moone scored for the Tanners and Nana Yiadom made it 3-1 before Billy Bricknell’s goal late on. Ugly scenes after have since hit the internet.

Dulwich are surely in the play-offs now after Gavin Tomlin, Kenny Beaney and Panutche Camara produced the goods at struggling Burgess Hill Town.

Hendon’s late show hauled them out of the bottom four as Gary McCann’s side saw substitute Marcel Barrington inspire their late show. The Greens struck twice in the closing stages as they won 2-0 against Met Police.

AFC Sudbury are doomed, they lost 1-0 at Tonbridge Angels.

Kingstonian aren’t – under Craig Edwards they have come alive and a vital win at home to Lesiton, 4-2, puts them in 18th but they know they are only a point above the drop zone.

Ryan Moss twice, Tom Derry and Shaun McAuley found the net for the Ks.

Wingate and Finchley are not prepared to let go of the playoffs just yet and thanks to Afolabi Obafemi, nine minutes from the end of the match, they beat Worthing 1-0.

John Sands and Darryl Coakley goals kept Needham Market in the hunt – they knew they had to beat Harrow at home and they did, 2-1.

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