Mal­colm hop­ing for re­turn of Ehui

Yead­ing

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it was a case of af­ter the Lord Mayor’s show fol­low­ing our best per­for­mance of the sea­son on Satur­day.

“It wasn’t a great spec­ta­cle, but I asked for six points over the two games and that’s what we got.

“We’re top of the league, so we can move onto our cup games and we should be top for a week or so. It keeps the league wide open, but our run-in is tougher than any of them, which is why peo­ple are say­ing we can’t win it.

“The run in is tough, but I said to the boys we’re top, we play Brack­nell Satur­day week, and if we can win that there’s 10 left and it’s re­ally on.”

Be­fore that, Flack­well visit Lon­glevens – the last team to beat them back in midDe­cem­ber – in the Chal­lenge Cup this Satur­day be­fore tak­ing on Ayles­bury Dy­namos in the Wy­combe Se­nior Cup three days later.

Bur­nell and Dan Rap­ley shared the goals against Thatcham, while Liam Tack bagged both against Bin­field as the Hea­thens made it seven straight wins and 12 out of their last 13 games.

Else­where in the Hel­lenic, Penn & Tyler Green were knocked off the top of Divi­son One East and re­placed by Bices­ter Town af­ter go­ing down 1-0 at their ti­tle ri­vals, while Chal­font Wasps went down 6-3 to Ard­ley United in the League Cup. Wasps host Penn in a derby clash this Satur­day.

Ismael Enui

Amer­sham Town’s Jor­dan Kee­ley

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