Concord Rangers strengthen play-off challenge with 3-1 win at Maidenhead

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CONCORD Rangers moved to within a point of the Skrill South play-offs with a 3-1 win at Maidenhead United.

Danny Glozier put the Beachboys in front from the penalty spot in the 19th minute and Steve King netted in the 38th minute to give the visitors a 2-0 half-time lead.

On-loan Southend United striker Seedy Njie put Danny Cowley's team 3-0.

The Berkshire-based hosts were reduced to 10 men in the 79th minute when Daniel Brown was sent off for his second book able offence.

But Maidenhead were able to score a 90th-minute consolation goal through Leon Solomon despite their numerical disadvantage.

The win moved Concord up three places to sixth in the table, while Maidenhead remain a place outside the relegation places.

The Beachboys are now one point off the final play-off place currently occupied by Dover Athletic and have a game in hand on their Kent rivals, who won 2-0 at relegation-threatened Tonbridge Angels tonight.

Concord travel to Havant & Waterloo on Saturday with the Hampshire hosts a place and one point adrift of the Beachboys with a game in hand.

  • Hullbridge Sports were held to a goalless draw with Southend Manor at Lower Road in the Essex Senior League.

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