BRIGHTLINGSEA REGENT capped their silverware-winning week with another eye-catching victory on the road.

Tom Rothery's side were crowned Tolleshunt D'Arcy Memorial Cup winners on Tuesday night, following a hard-earned 1-0 victory at MALDON AND TIPTREE.

They followed it up with another impressive win on their travels on Saturday, this time 2-1, when they returned to Bostik League premier division action at Bognor Regis Town.

The first goal of the afternoon came after just six minutes, when skipper Matt Cripps nodded home Jake Turner's free-kick.

Bognor equalised from the penalty spot midway through the second half thanks to Bristol Rovers loanee Theo Widdrington.

But Turner came up trumps with his side's precious winner seven minutes from time.

In division north, Maldon strengthened their grip on second spot thanks to a 1-0 victory at home to Basildon United.

Liam Hope scored the only goal of the afternoon, after 54 minutes.

The Jammers stay three points clear of Aveley, who put an eventful week behind them, following the departure of former Brightlingsea boss James Webster, to win 2-1 at COGGESHALL TOWN.

Ex-Regent striker Tom Richardson scored their opener late in the first half - just six minutes after Mekhi McLeod had been red-carded for the Seedgrowers.

Alexander Akrofi netted to make the points safe and Conor Hubble's late strike, five minutes from time, proved only a consolation for Coggeshall.

HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS are fourth after drawing 1-1 at Tilbury.

Both goals came in quick succession, with Kreshnic Krasniqi immediately cancelling out Kris Newby's opener for the Dockers.

WITHAM TOWN are still not safe at the other end of the table and their problems continued with a 3-1 defeat at Romford.

Danny Nesbitt and Ayo Olukoga notched goals either side of the break to put the hosts in the ascendancy.

Johnny Ashman pulled one back but George Woodward added a third for Romford, who had just been reduced to ten men following a second booking for Toby Barlow.

So there are two contenders for our star performance award this week - Brightlingsea and Maldon.

On this occasion, the accolade must go to Regent, who made a welcome return to winning ways in the Bostik League.

They had drawn three and lost two of their previous five, while this was their first away win since beating Potters Bar Town 2-0 on January 12.