Cannock have increased their lead at the top to four points, with East Grinstead moving into second place. Grinstead went down 2-0 to Teddington on Saturday but crushed Hounslow 6-2 in their second game.
Old Loughtonians were drawing 4-4 with Canterbury on Saturday when Canterbury's goal- keeper, Simon Triggs, was forced off due to an injury and the Kent club then conceded three late goals to lose 7-4. Yesterday the Old Boys beat defending champions Reading 4-3 thanks to three goals from Jason Lee.
It was an up and down weekend for relegation candidates Doncaster and Beeston. Doncaster smashed Beeston 7-1 on Saturday before suffering a similar fate themselves at the hands of Cannock, while Beeston beat Barford Tigers 4-2 yesterday.
Guildford's dismal form continues and they are four points adrift at the bottom. After a fighting display against Reading on Saturday before they went down 4-3, they were taken apart by Canterbury yesterday, losing 6-2, with the Welsh captain, Dave Hacker, scoring twice.Reuse content