ALFIE Cerulli is certain Billericay Town can still make the play-offs.

Cerulli scored twice late on to get Town back to winning ways at Dulwich Hamlet on Saturday.

And he believes the result can spur Billericay - who host Concord Rangers this afternoon - on to secure a top five finish.

“I strongly believe we can make the play-offs,” said Cerulli.

“If you look at the season as a whole we deserve to be there.

“Personally and as a team we want to finish as high as possible and are focused on taking one of those play off places.”

Town are currently eighth in the Isthmian Premier Division standings, three points below the play-offs places with five games to go.

Fifth placed Horsham do still have three games in hand but Cerulli feels Saturday’s success has got Town back on track having previously gone eight games without a win.

“I think it was really important to get a result considering our recent form,” said Cerulli.

“It was a game of very limited chances and I felt both Dulwich and us were solid throughout.

“It’s always important to pick up points this close to the end of the season and considering our recent form and our ambitions for the season to get the three points was vital.

“It was a great shift from the team and a good boost for morale.”

But Cerulli is now turning his attentions to today’s clash with bottom of the table Concord Rangers at New Lodge.

“It will be a tough match as they are fighting for survival,” said Cerulli.

“I’m sure they will bring a strong fight but as long as we maintain our standards hopefully we can follow up the win against Dulwich with another three points.

Elsewhere Canvey Island, who are 17th,ended their eight match spell without a win with a 2-0 victory at Whitehawk on Saturday but the Gulls face a tough task at home to table-topping Hornchurch today.

Hashtag United moved 11th after a 5-3 win against Kingstonian at the weekend and will now be looking for another three points at home to third from bottom Haringey Borough.

In Isthmian North, fourth placed Bowers & Pitsea beat New Salamis 3-2 on Saturday and head to 16th placed Grays Athletic this afternoon.

Eighth placed Basildon United go to New Salamis, who are 14th.