While Glebe were sticking to their principles their title rivals were sticking the ball in the back of the net, as Chatham Town and Sheppey United both collected 3 vital points today.
Chatham remain at the top of the pile after winning 2-0 at home to Rusthall.
Dan Bradshaw got both goals but it took the league leaders until the second half before they could break down a resilient Rustics side.
Sheppey United were far more comfortable victors as they won 5-0 at struggling Tower Hamlets.
Warren Mfula hit a first-half hat-trick and Richie Hamill added 2 more after the break to give the ‘Ites’ a 13 point advantage over 3rd played, and managerless, Glebe.
A strong first half helped Kennington to a 2-0 home win over Tunbridge Wells.
George Acland slotted home in the 8th minute and Gary Clarke chipped in after half an hour to give ‘The Ton’ the 3 points that see them close in on the top 6.
There were 8 goals at Martyn Grove and 5 of them went the way of Welling Town as they twice came from behind to beat Lordswood.
Joao Carlos hit a late double while Rob Brown also got among the goals as ‘The Boots’ earned a win that sees them climb up a place to 15th.
The other 4 games all finished level.
Canterbury City v Holmesdale and Punjab United against Fisher both finished 1-1, Jacob Lambert scored twice for Crowborough Athletic in a 2-2 draw at Erith & Belvedere and Erith Town and Bearsted were involved in a rare goalless game.