With the top 3 having a rest day it gave the other promotion contenders the chance to play catch up with some of them taking advantage while others couldn’t make use of the opportunity.
Snodland Town made the most of their game, as they won 3-0 at home to Faversham Strike Force to move into the top 3.
Brad Webb, Omar El Mantaway and Ted Hodges were all on target for Snodland who have now positioned themselves well to secure a play-off place.
Croydon are another side to be making a welcome rise up the ranking as their victory at Lydd Town was their 4th in a row and now they sit 6th.
Brad Baker had given ‘The Lydders’ a first half lead at The Lindsey Field but second half efforts from debutant Joey Wealthyland plus Josh Owen ensured the points went home with ‘The Trams.’
Rochester United damaged Bridon Ropes play-off hopes with a 2-1 win at the Meridian Sports Club.
It was an all-action start to the game with Levi Gold scoring in the first few seconds for the visitors.
Adam Cooke soon levelled but Liam Wilkins restored the Spartans lead in the 23rd minute.
With no further goal action Rochester took the win and are now inside the top half of the table.
SC Thamesmead and Staplehurst Monarchs were each 1-0 winners – continuing good form for both teams.
Sam Jones scored for Monarchs at home to Lewisham Borough while Tim Beckford netted late on for SC Thamesmead at FC Elmstead.
Towards the bottom end of the table, Greenways moved out of the danger zone thanks to a 3-1 win against Kent Football United.
Brad Cross and Andy Pierce each netted early before Simon Walton made it 3-0 on the hour mark.
Steve Karkari pulled one back for KFU but it was too little too late and the Greens move out of the bottom 3.
Westside v Meridan VP and the bottom of the table clash between Forest Hill Park and Chessington & Hook both finished 0-0.