This week with the top two divisions decided and all the cups played, we start in the Danson Property Services Division One and the biggest game of the day between Long Lane A and Bayswater RK. Long Lane needed the points to win the title and Bayswater needed them to stay in contention. It was goals from Jerron Cragg and Danny May that meant the points went to Long Lane A and congratulations to them in winning the division with a 2-0 win. Elsewhere in the Division Abbey Wood and Maroon XI drew 3-3 with the Maroon goals coming from Jack Langsford, Dan Lott and Chris Rostek.
So back up to the Amalgamated Lifts Limited Premier Division, and just the one game with Orpington Eagles finishing a hard first season in the Alliance with a 2-0 win over Woolwich 90 with goals from Danny Anderson and Nathan Hunter.
In the Supreme Engraving Senior Division, The Oddfellows Arms didn't let off despite being champions, a Coy Hardy double helping them to a 3-1 win at Bostall Old Boys. Joe Ellis got the other, while Daniel Hassett scored the consolation for Bostall who had Brian Williams sent off. The battle for second place went to the wire with 2nd placed Woodside Celtic facing 3rd placed Eltham SF, Eltham needed the win, whereas Woodside needed a point, which they got in a thrilling 3-3 draw. Joseph Bardwell scored twice for Celtic, with Alexandru Loan Bobeica getting the other. Eltham SF have not recorded anything on Full Time. Hornfair Athletic's season fizzled out with a 4-2 defeat to Phoenix Knights. A brace a piece from Jack Cox and David Guthrie doing the damage for Phoenix, while Sam Bailey and Michael Fernley were on target for Hornfair who had Jack Killick sent off.
In the ABA Technical Division Two, Junior Reds Athletic missed out on 2nd spot being held 2-2 by bottom of the table Springhill United Reserves. James Beasley and Joe Lattimore were on target for Athletic, while Dean Harris and Rhys Tansley got the goals for Springhill.
Two games in the Summerhill Music Division Three as Abbeymead finish the season as runners up with a 1-1 draw at Lessa FXI, James Fafiyebi for Abbeymead & Keith Miller for Lessa the scorers. Heath had a strong finish to the season, with a Blair Anderson hat-trick helping them to a 7-2 win over AFC Kingfisher. Zyddin Mckop, Aaron Anthony and Allan Segers were also on target, while Raimond Camans and Dominik Smereczynski hot the Kingfisher goals.
Some midweek action as well, on Wednesday 23rd May Eltham Lions came from 1-0 down to beat Baldon Sports Reserves 4-2, while on Thursday 24th May goals from Renell George, Sean Jobson, Tom Woolf and Kaylan Hussein helped Bexley Athletic beat Eltham Phoenix A by the same score.