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adding to individual strikes from Ashley Slingsby, Calvin Smith and Stephen Allison.
Ashford Cavaliers eased to a 5-0 home win against Red Heathens at the Goldwyn School to continue their push for promotion to Division 1.
Cavaliers require three more wins from their five remaining fixtures to seal a top-two finish, but also have the destiny of the title in their own hands with a clash against leaders Appledore to come on the last week of the season.
Andy Ward’s side need to win all five games to snatch the championship away from leaders Appledore.
Two goals from Steve Ward and one from each of Jack Bundock, Matt Moon and Mike Ward helped seal another vital three points. their away trip to Stour Valley as they missed out on the chance to go four points clear at the top of the division.
They could only return home with a draw against the secondfrom-bottom side.
Goals from Aaron Cook and Connell Baker earned the Lympne side a point which still gives thirdplaced Aldington a slight glimmer of hope of overtaking Steve Jenner’s side and secure a top-two finish.
Valley replied with goals from Scott Evans and Scott Taylor to end a run of three consecutive defeats.
Second- placed Ashstone Galacticos will clinch the Division 3 title with two wins from their remaining three fixtures, although White Horse will hope to beat Fox Sunday in their final game next month and hope that Galacticos drop points in their final three games against Troggs Reserves, Stour Valley and Ashford United. Colts.
Roll of the Dice, ridden by Charlie Marshall (red hat), on the way to victory in the Shepherd Neame Open Maiden Race at Charing
Division 3 leaders White Horse challenged by Stour Valley (red)