Chatham Town now have a goal difference of over ‘plus 100’ after today’s 7-0 win against Deal Town.
Victory for the Chats on Saturday will also see them pass the 100 point barrier, yet they could still finish 2nd in the table following Sheppey United’s 5-1 win at K Sports.
The title race will go down to the last day and so will the fight against relegation after both Lordswood and Rusthall fell to narrow defeats.
Lordswood twice came back from behind to level before eventually losing out 3-2 to Kennington.
In the early kick-off Tunbridge Wells came out best in a 7-goal thriller with Rusthall.
Callum Taylor gave the Rustics the lead before Kyron Lightfoot levelled just before the break.
In an exciting second half, Matt Gething netted his 30th league goal of the season, Luke Adams equalised form the spot, James White put Rusthall ahead and Frankie Griffin made it 3-3.
In the final few minutes Fjord Rogers go the Wells winner meaning relegation-threatened Rusthall will now have a nervy final day in a few days time.
Nickal-David Luzolo scored 4 for Fisher as they thrashed relegated Tower Hamlets 7-0. Keeper Tommy Taylor also got himself on the scoresheet, converting a penalty for the Fish towards the end of the game.
Steadman Callender was the star of the show for Erith Town, scoring a last minute winner for his side in a 2-1 defeat of Glebe.
The Dockers will now compete with Erith & Belvedere for a 6th placed finish in the table following the Deres 1-1 draw at Holmesdale.
The two other games played this Easter Monday both finished all-square.
Welling Town drew 1-1 at Punjab United and Crowborough Athletic were held to a 0-0 draw by Bearsted.
Next Saturday sees the final round of games in the Division.