ENFIELD Town moved up to second place in Division One North after coming from two goals down to beat Potters Bar 4-2 last night (Tuesday).
Strikes by Tom Pett and Josh Urquhart doubled Bar’s away goals total for the season in the first 16 minutes. Jon Moore pulled one back on the half-hour and also claimed the equaliser nine minutes into the second half. Adam Wallace put Enfield ahead and Liam Hope wrapped it up with a late penalty.
Chatham’s slump continued as they crashed 3-0 at home to Romford, their third defeat in a week. Boro, who moved up to sixth, went ahead with a Kurt Smith goal after 15 minutes and made it 2-0 through Chris Richardson on the stroke of half-time. Smith struck again midway through the second half.
Leiston suffered their second defeat of the season, 2-1 at Heybridge who ended a poor run of their own. Russell Pond’s 18th-minute opener for Swifts was wiped out by Lee McGlone in the 58th minute but the visitors were level for only a couple of minutes before Tom Broadhurst grabbed the winner.
Needham Market also slipped to their second defeat, 3-2 at home to Soham who recorded their second win. Jose Espinoza, signed last week from Brentwood, put the Marketmen ahead after eight minutes and again after 75, Tom Libatore having levelled matters on the hour. Soham provided the sting in the game’s tail with late goals from Matt Robinson and Richard Gammon.
Redbridge carried their FA Cup form into the league with a 3-1 victory at Waltham Abbey. Goals just before and just after the interval by Dan Hopkins and Ben Bradbury put the Motormen in command, and Joe Gardner stretched the lead in the 61st minute. Ayrton Coley managed a late consolation goal for Abbots.
Cheshunt followed up their 0-0 draw at leaders Grays on Sunday with a similar result at Sudbury, and the scoresheet also stayed blank at Ware where Brentwood were the visitors.
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