Bottom six finish for Scholars

PUBLISHED: 17:34 24 April 2008 | UPDATED: 21:38 26 October 2009

The Brentwood keeper plucks the ball out of the air at Potters Bar

The Brentwood keeper plucks the ball out of the air at Potters Bar

AFTER losing 2-0 to Brentwood Town last weekend, the highest place in the league Potters Bar can now finish is 17th. The Scholars complete their second Ryman League Division One North campaign this Saturday with a trip to Suffolk to face AFC Sudbury. Kent

AFTER losing 2-0 to Brentwood Town last weekend, the highest place in the league Potters Bar can now finish is 17th.

The Scholars complete their second Ryman League Division One North campaign this Saturday with a trip to Suffolk to face AFC Sudbury.

Kent club Dartford were crowned champions following the action last weekend, despite going down 2-1 at Edgware Town.

They were handed the title as second-placed AFC Sudbury also slipped up after losing 1-0 at Redbridge.

Play-off hopefuls Ware did win 3-1 at Witham Town, while Canvey Island scored three times in the last 10 minutes to win 3-0 at Maldon Town.

Two other games in the Ryman League Division One North ended 3-0.

At the Goldsdown Ground, Enfield Town lost to Waltham Forest, while Bury Town overcame the visiting Northwood.

Top scorers for the day were Great Wakering Rovers, who put on a late show to smash Arlesey Town 6-2.

The other three matches in the division all ended in draws.

Wingate & Finchley and Waltham Abbey finished their match with a goal each.

Ilford against Tilbury also ended 1-1, while the game between bottom club Wivenhoe Town and Aveley finished 2-2.

All fixtures in the division are due to be completed this coming weekend.


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