Evo-Stik Northern Premier League East Division
Bourne Town suffered a third successive defeat to end their hopes of a top-five finish.
A stoppage-time spot kick sent Deeping Rangers to a first away defeat since Christmas.
Joint manager Phil Gadsby wants three wins to reach Bourne Town’s target of a top-five finish.
Five successive home games produced a single victory for Deeping Rangers.
Joint boss Jimmy McDonnell was delighted as Bourne Town got back to winning ways on Saturday.
Bourne Town are back home on Saturday with joint boss Jimmy McDonnell calling for more commitment and ‘the right frame of mind’.
Deeping Rangers’ promotion bid suffered another setback with their third draw in four home games.
Bourne Town slipped to a third successive defeat – just two weeks after scoring five goals past Irchester United in the first half.
Jack Fryett picked up the man-of-the-match award on his senior debut for Deeping Rangers.
The joy of six saw Deeping Rangers back to their best.
Deeping Rangers manager Michael Goode reflected on a series of missed chances after their promotion bid suffered another setback.
Another late goal set up a dramatic finish – but Deeping Rangers couldn’t quite add two more points.
A first-half display featuring five goals led to plenty of praise from Bourne Town’s management team.
Michael Goode felt Deeping Rangers paid the price for bad timing – despite their 90th-minute equaliser by Scott Mooney on Saturday.
Scott Mooney’s late leveller rescued a point – but that’s not really enough for Deeping Rangers right now.
Andy Moss made a big impact as a second-half substitute to inspire Bourne Town’s fightback.
Scott Mooney scored for the first time in 2018 – then claimed another goal 37 minutes later!
Two title challengers will go head to head at the Haydon Whitham Stadium on Friday night.
Deeping Rangers manager Michael Goode feels ready to resume the title race after the big freeze.