Scott Day’s 12th goal of the season ensured he became the club’s top scorer for the season, and took a pivotal three points against the play-off contenders.
Walton Casuals recorded their first victory of the annual year on Saturday, but required two goals from Scott Day to ensure victory over East Grinstead Town.
Walton Casuals held high-flying Worthing to a 2-2 draw at the Moatside Stadium, and could have felt hard done by with a single point after a brilliant second half.
Facing Herne Bay for the third time in a month, the Stags suffered their biggest defeat of the season, failing to score for the first time since August.
A potential second-half comeback, sparked by Malik Ouani’s goal in the 50th, was overshadowed by an organised Whyteleafe, who claimed all three points.
Strikes from Jack Sammoutis and Luke Medley secured a second-half comeback over Sittingbourne, ensuring a vital victory for the Stags in the Ryman Division One South.
Walton Casuals lost a two-goal lead in the Southern Combination Challenge Cup, with Eversley & California recording a 3-2 victory with the help of extra time.
Gabriel Odunaike’s strike late in the first half could only secure a point in a draw with Peacehaven & Telscombe, as Luke Badiali returned to the club.
Walton Casuals put eight past Whitstable Town, including seven in the second-half, to record their biggest ever Ryman League victory, and their biggest in over a decade.
Jack Sammoutis’ goal proved the difference against Sittingbourne to soar the Stags into the First Qualifiying Round.
Walton Casuals made it five wins from five as they saw off promotion contenders Three Bridges in style on Saturday afternoon.
Walton Casuals clinched their fourth victory in as many games, seeing off Peacehaven & Telscombe with a trio of goals.
Second-half strikes from Moses Ashikodi and Luke Medley ensured three from three when hosting Hythe Town.