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A sluggish performance saw Dulwich go down to defeat at Needham Market but results elsewhere confirm playoff spot.
Lewes may have been relegated but they still provided stern opposition for a Dulwich Hamlet side fighting to stay with the playoff contenders
Blues held on first ever trip to Leyland Park
Barkingside ended the season by beating Dereham Town 2-1 at Cricklefields, to end the season with three wins on the spin.
Soham were unable to finish their season with a win, losing 4-1 at home to Tilbury.
Redbridge ended a disappointing 2015/16 league campaign with a 2-0 defeat at Waltham Abbey
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Unfortunately Millers last game of the season fizzled out at home to local rivals Thurrock on the last match of the season.
A forgettable game at the Moatside sees home team Merstham take their chances to defeat Kingstonian 3-1.
Kingstonian are done in again by Farnborough with a goal deep into second half stoppage time.
Romford's final game of the season ended in a low key 0-0 draw with Boro keeper Michael Gooch saving another penalty.
Herne Bay signed off the season with a spirited win at play-off favourites Hastings United
SATURDAY’S Ryman Premier match at Lewes was almost inevitably overshadowed by Rocks’ forthcoming appearance in the play-off semi-final on Thursday
Both sides belied the fact that this was a meaningless end-of-season affair, putting on an entertaining game on a crisp but sunny afternoon
An outstanding performance from Michael Gooch in the Romford goal, and results elsewhere mean the Yachtsmen finish the season in the bottom three .
in 3.0 win
Hampton & Richmond Borough 0 Enfield Town 0; Hampton win Ryman League title as Town finish just one point below final play-off position
In front of over 2,300 fans - the biggest crowd since the last Conference South playoff final - the Beavers held on for the point they needed.
Soham Town Rangers 1 Tilbury 4 (Att 162)
Great Day Had Apart From Result
Solid performance to end league campaign
Super away win secures highest ever finishing League position
Piers Wixon’s goal late in the game put a dent in AFC Sudbury’s championship party, but the win wasn’t enough to snatch second place from Thurrock.
Maldon and Tiptree proved too strong for neighbours Witham Town but the visitors were certainly not disgraced
Soham finished their away programme for the season with a 2-2 draw away at Haringey Borough, in this mid-table fixture.
A final home game defeat for the Yachtsmen as Cray ran out 4-0 winners in the re-arranged tie, writes Tom Wardle.
Early rapidfire raids from the Hamlet settled this Bank Holiday clash as Dipo Akinyemi fires Dulwich to victory.
Twice ahead and reduced to ten men, Dulwich Hamlet put up a spirited display to take home a share of the spoils from Enfield Town.
Goals at the start of both halves saw Dulwich Hamlet to a much-needed win as the play-off path opened up once more
With two early goals and further strikes either side of half time proved decisive in fine win for Maldon and Tiptree
Late fightback from hosts not enough
A postponed three points
Wind and rain conspired to make for a difficult day out in Suffolk with a Kevin James goal ensuring the Hamlet returned with some reward.
Goals from Nyren Clunis & Dipo Akinyemi, coupled with solid defence saw Dulwich to victory against Bognor Regis side with title still in their sights
Barkingside earned their second win on the bounce as they defeated Brightlingsea Regent 2-1 away on Saturday.
Romford's performance was much improved from their one last Monday, but they were undone by two goals in the last six minutes from Jason Hallett.
Tilbury 1 Thamesmead Town 0 (Att 62)
Our final home league match of the season ended with a narrow 1-0 defeat to Bury Town
A controversial second minute goal from Daniel D Brown is enough to defeat Kingstonian and end their hopes of promotion.
Hampton made sure the title was in their hands to win as they dominated a youthful Grays Athletic team to win 3-0.
East Thurrock guaranteed their best ever finish in the League after a 2-0 victory at home to Harrow, meaning at least a third place finish and a home
The final away fixture of the season ended in defeat, but for most of the game Boro more than match the hosts who are second in the league table.
Enfield Town 3 (Devyne, Joseph, Quinton) Needham Market 0
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