Saturday was a day on which much could have been decided- but a combination of results meant that actually, very little was. So we roll on to Easter Monday, our penultimate matchday of the season, with many of our outcomes still to be confirmed. Perhaps today is the day?
Anyway, reversing the Bostik juggernaut back to the weekend, here are our electronic programmes from Saturday's fixtures. We'll have more of these for you tomorrow, only those will be from today's fixtures. We hope you enjoy them.
We start in the Premier Division, where the fabulous Lewes progcast brings you music, interviews, and a picture of Chairman Stuart Fuller in which his knees are mercifully covered up, which is more than they were at the Dripping Pan on Saturday. Sadly for the Rooks, for all their technological wizardry off the pitch the wizardry of Bishop's Stortford was too much for them on it, the Blues running out 3-1 winner. Click here to be amazed and enthralled.
Into the South Central Division now, and a late penalty saw Bracknell Town overcome stubborn Chipstead resistance to win 1-0. Find the programme for that match here.
Cheshunt kept up their playoff charge with yet another victory, this time 3-0 over Northwood. You can find the programme from that match by clicking here.
Egham Town will sadly be elsewhere next season, relegation confirmed, but their programme from their latest defeat, at home to Ashford Town, can be found here.
Back at the other end of the table, Marlow are hoping to secure a home playoff tie, but they were facing a team fighting at the other end, South Park. The match ended level, and here's how it was previewed.
Two very late goals gave Uxbridge victory over FC Romania. Here's the programme from that match.
Finally, in the South East Division Sittingbourne took on Hastings United, the U's running out 3-0 winners. The Brickies produce a traditional programme, then quickly release an electronic version too so you can still read it even if you were in Timbuktoo (or Denmark, which has a growing population of Sittingbourne supporters) at the time the match was played. Here it is.