To think of just one game is difficult as there are a few. But I was thinking about it and there are some good ones to choose from.

I remember Easters (John Easterford) touching on it recently and it was when Concord Rangers beat Barkingside in a three horse race at the top of the league in 2007/08.

We needed to win the last game of the season to win the Essex Senior League, while Barkingside needed to win by five goals and we were away to them.

And Enfield 1893 could also have won and they were all in the crowd - their season had finished so they had an interest.

Barkingside had a goal disallowed in the second half before I got the winner with 20 minutes to go.

It was the start of the journey under Danny Cowley as it saw us go up into the (former) Ryman North.

The other memorable game was the play-off semi-final against East Thurrock the following season. They were 16 points above Concord but we were the form team and they had just been beaten by Aveley in their title bid.

I had only had my little girl the night before so I had had no sleep. I turned up and scored the winner against Covo (Rocks manager John Coventry) and it was a rocket from 30 yards and that always sticks out.

I don’t think Covo has forgiven me yet either!

In terms of memorable games as manager, the 3-0 win at Dulwich Hamlet in 2015 was a big day for us.

We were outstanding on the day and it was the best team display since I have been a manager.

George Sykes was great and was on loan from Barnet at the time. He, like a number of our boys, were unplayable that day. We were expected to get rolled over and that was one of my highs and I hope there are many more like it.

The other one that sticks out was a draw against Havant & Waterlooville in the FA Cup fourth qualifying round. They were a league above and we matched them and could have won it. We lost the replay but I still have good memories.