DIVISION One North leaders Grays saw their unbeaten record vanish as they slumped to a 3-1 home defeat by Tilbury in their derby last night (Wednesday).
Jack West gave Dockers a ninth-minute lead and Emiel Aiken added a second on 35 minutes. Danny Bunce converted a penalty three minutes after the interval to give Grays renewed hope, but they could not score again and Dockers clinched a well-deserved victory when West scored again at the death. It was his eighth goal of the season, making him the division’s joint-top scorer. Following Bognor’s defeat on Tuesday, Dulwich are now the only unbeaten side in the league.
Ilford had high hopes of their first win of the season when Stephen Opoka finished off great work by Clydie Roberts to give them a tenth-minute lead at home to managerless Great Wakering.
The visitors drew level on 25 minutes when Ilford keeper Robert Budd made a great save from a deflected Jamie Salmon shot, only to see his defence fail to clear the loose ball and allow Bradley Nobbs to score.
Ilford wasted several simple chances to regain the lead and were punished when Bradley Warner fired home in the 75th minute to give Wakering a 2-1 victory.
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