Redbridge recorded their fourth 4-1 win in four games in the Essex Senior League Senior Division, this time on the road at mid-table Clapton.

Connor Okus, Petrit Elbi, Taylor Tombides and Dan Gilchrist were all on target for Redbridge, who climb to within a point of Clapton in the table.

Andy Greenslade got the solitary goal for the hosts, who saw a run of three consecutive wins come to an end.

Leyton Athletic fell back to the bottom of the table despite picking up a positive point at home to West Essex.

Athletic found themselves two goals down going into the final ten minutes courtesy of goals from Callum Bloss and Izzy Ogedi-Uzokue.

However, the home side rallied and Okwube Izuchukwe and Santana Porter netted late on to rescue a point.

The result, though, drops Athletic back to the foot of the table after Barkingside produced a stunning 3-1 win away at St Margaretsbury.

Walthamstow took advantage of Takeley’s home loss to move up to fourth in the table with a 2-1 win away at Stanway Rovers.

Stow missed countless opportunities to take the lead before Rovers did so themselves through Tommy Spillane, who volleyed home a corner from close range.

With 11 minutes to go, though, the visitors started their comeback. Dwade James netted from the penalty spot after a controversial penalty decision, and James had another assist from a hand when he scored the winner.

Despite the ball appearing to hit the striker there, he carried on and slotted home the winner to put Stow in a healthy position in the table.

Ilford and Enfield remain locked in midtable after a goalless draw between the pair at Cricklefield.

Both defences were on top throughout the game and neither side could break through, leaving Ilford in 10th while Enfield are a point and a place behind.

Finally, Epping Town’s promotion from the Essex Olympian League Senior Division Four will have to wait after Lakeside Reserves’ win meant it could not be confirmed.

Epping won their game against Canning Town Reserves 6-0 but were also relying on Lakeside dropping points in their game against Leigh Ramblers reserves to secure promotion, but they won 3-1.

Alex Paraskeva continued his remarkable scoring form with a hat-trick, while there was also a brace for Jack Leachman and a single goal for Eamon Payne.

The result did Town’s goal difference some good as well, increasing it to +65, which is the best in the league, and they could also still catch leaders Corinthians, even with their game in hand.