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It`s As You Were At The Top Of The Ryman South

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Wins for four of the top five in the Ryman League Division One South on Saturday – with fifth-placed Carshalton Athletic playing on Sunday – it`s as you were, with Tooting & Mitcham United leading Dorking Wanderers by three points.

Tooting beat Surrey rivals South Park 2-0 at Imperial Fields in front of a good crowd of 623.

Mike Dixon broke the deadlock for the Terrors on the hour-mark and Jack Mazzone scored the second in the 78th minute – 6 minutes after coming off the bench.

Dorking were also 2-0 winners at tenth-placed Cray Wanderers, with their goals coming earlier than Tooting`s, an 8th minute Tom Tolfrey effort and a second from former Woking star Giuseppe Sole after 23 minutes proving enough.

Greenwich Borough are a distant third, ten points behind Dorking, but they are looking to finish as high as possible to get a favourable draw in the play-offs and won 5-0 at Winch`s Field against Herne Bay – and that after playing for 35 minutes with ten-men following the dismissal of Harry Donovan.

But by then Boro were already three-up through a Charlie Macdonald brace and one from Mohamed Eisa.

Macdonald completed his hat-trick 11 minutes from time and the ten-men made it a nap hand 5 minutes from time through sub Peter Sweeney.

Fourth-placed Corinthian-Casuals matched Greenwich by severely damaging Hythe Town`s own top five hopes.

This was a game that was influenced by a dismissal as Hythe`s Jay Mat was shown a straight red card 5 minutes before half-time.

Jordan Clarke gave the visitors the lead right on the interval whistle and Shaun Okojie added a second 2 minutes after it.

Josh Gallagher bagged a second half brace, sandwiched by a second for Okojie as Casuals went nap at Reachfields.

Lewes moved level on points with Carshalton, but will be disappointed to have only managed a 0-0 Dripping Pan draw with Faversham Town.

Seventh-placed Hastings United will be even more upset as they were beaten 1-0 at already-doomed Godalming Town, whose Matt Bunyan scored the only goal after 35 minutes.

At the other end of the table, Three Bridges and Chatham Town are still alive, albeit eleven and ten points adrift of the safety-mark.

Bridges will be down if Guernsey manage to beat Carshalton tomorrow, and that despite the Sussex side picking up a point from a 2-2 draw at Molesey in which the home side came back from Abu Touray and Tony Garrod goals down to level through Dre Grobler after 65 minutes and Ross Chalke 4 minutes from time.

Chatham are only a point better off than Bridges and they too shared a 2-2 draw at East Grinstead Town where this time it was the strugglers who came back after the hosts` Marcus Elliott`s first half brace was cancelled out by Freeman Rogers just after the break and then Justin Ascheri from the spot a minute from time.

Elsewhere, Chipstead won 2-1 at home against Horsham with goals from Ollie Twum after 5 minutes and Dan Cumber after 54 minutes – Tony Nwachukwu replying 17 minutes from time, while Sittingbourne had new signing from Hythe, Callum Wright, sent-off 23 minutes into his debut at home against Whyteleafe, who went on to win 3-0 with goals from Daniel Ajakaiye on the hour-mark, Sam Clayton 15 minutes later and Tyler Brown in stoppage time.

And Walton Casuals and Ramsgate shared an entertaining 3-3 draw at Church Road with Alfie Paxman bagging a brace for the visitors, whose Tom Chapman equalised in stoppage time after Moses Ashokodi, Luke Holness and Gabriel Odunaike had scored for the Stags.


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