Luke Ayling struck a late winner to defeat Crawley Town and keep Bristol City at the top of the League One table on Saturday.
The defender beat Reds goalkeeper Lewis Price from a tight angle with just three minutes of normal time remaining.
Price had kept Crawley in the game earlier with brilliant saves to deny Kieran Agard and Joe Bryan.
In the Ryman league, Redhill’s home match against Ramsgate was called off after a pitch inspection. Merstham managed a 1 all home draw with Faversham Town and East Grinstead had a good 2 – 1 away win at Hythe Town. Three Bridges were thrashed 6 – 2 at home to Worthing but South Park picked up all the points with a 3 – 1 away victory at Whyteleafe.
Gavin Tomlin scored his first goal in 17 games to help Crawley draw against Chesterfield in a game which ended in a 21-man brawl and two red cards.
But The Reds’ Izale McLeod and Chesterfield’s Daniel Jones were then both sent off in the injury-time incident.
Elsewhere in the Ryman League, Merstham won 3-2 at Three Bridges, while the match between South Park and Walton Casuals was postponed after a pitch inspection.
Crawley Town yesterday confirmed that they had signed striker Shaun Miller from Coventry City on a one month loan.
He’ll be available to play until after the home game with Colchester United on December the 28th.
Shaun has scored twice in 12 games for Coventry, and Reds Manager John Gregory said he has a good eye for goal and would give Crawley a boost just at the right time.
Miller is due to take to the field tomorrow in the match against Chesterfield.
In Saturday’s football, Crawley Town came back from 2 – 0 down to draw with League One strugglers Scunthorpe.
The Reds pulled a goal back through Dean Leacock’s header and Izale McLeod levelled from the spot after Jennison Myrie-Williams fouled Dickson.
Elsewhere in the Ryman League, Redhill beat East Grinstead Town 3 – 2 away while Three Bridges won 2 – 1 at Folkestone Invicta.
Merstham completed a hat trick of victories for our local teams with a 3 – 2 win at home to Tooting and Mitcham United.
Crawley Town ended a week in which five players were placed on the transfer list by fighting back to earn a 1 all draw at Oldham Athletic in League One on Saturday afternoon.
Gwion Edwards nullified a seventh minute Oldham goal with a fine 25-yard drive for the Reds just before the break.
Redhill’s local Ryman League match with South Park was postponed, while Three Bridges were beaten 3 – 2 at Carshalton Athletic and East Grinstead managed a nil nil draw at home to Whitstable Tonw.
Elsewhere, in the FA Trophy second qualifying round, Merstham were beaten 4 – 2 at AFC Hornchurch.