BRIGHTLINGSEA REGENT put another point on the board after drawing 0-0 at home to Potters Bar Town.

The sides met in a BetVictor Isthmian League premier division contest at the Taydal Stadium.

Both had to be content with a point apiece, after failing to break the deadlock.

But Kem Izzet's Regent can be proud to have stretched their run to just one defeat in six games.

They have drawn three of those matches, keeping clean sheets in four of them.

In division north, MALDON AND TIPTREE flexed their muscles with a 6-2 victory against Felixstowe and Walton United.

Two-up at half-time, their scorers were Jorome Slew (two), Ryan Charles, Charlee Hughes and Hamza Kaid.

The Jammers’ second came from an own goal by Samuel Nunn.

Maldon are third, two places and two points behind leaders HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS, who won 2-0 at Soham Town Rangers.

Emmanuel Osei-Owusu put then ahead on the hour-mark and Alex Teniola added a penalty on 74 minutes.

COGGESHALL TOWN came from behind, scoring two late goals, to win 2-1 at home Cambridge City.

Joshua Pollard levelled before Nnamdi Nwachuku grabbed a dramatic winner for the Seedgrowers.

Three players were sent off, including home goalkeeper Ashlee Jones.

WITHAM TOWN lost 1-0 at home to Great Wakering Rovers.

Regent make the long trip to the Sussex coast to play Bognor Regis Town on Tuesday.

It’s also a busy week of division north action, with Swifts hosting Hullbridge Sports and Maldon, Coggeshall and Witham visiting Canvey Island, Felixstowe and Romford respectively.

BRAINTREE TOWN had to be content with a point after being pegged back and drawing 1-1 in their Vanarama National League South contest at home to Weymouth.

Liam Smyth put them in the ascendancy early in the second half.

However, their Dorset visitors levelled nine minutes from time through Yemi Odubade.

Over in the Thurlow Nunn League premier division, FC CLACTON boss Tom Austin was taking charge of his 100th game as Seasiders manager and saw his side draw 0-0 at home to Wroxham.

STANWAY ROVERS proved too strong for visiting Gorleston, romping to an impressive 4-0 victory at The Hawthorns, while BRANTHAM ATHLETIC defeated Newmarket Town 2-0.

Player-manager Michael Brothers put them ahead before a second from debutant Josh Lee.

In division one south, the top two met as LITTLE OAKLEY, in second, made the trip to leaders White Ensign.

It was the hosts who prevailed 4-2.

Neighbours HARWICH AND PARKESTON ran out 3-0 winners at home to Hackney Wick, thanks to two goals from Sean Bartlett.

Defender Dan Clark was also on target for the Shrimpers.

WIVENHOE TOWN suffered a narrow 3-2 defeat at Barkingside, despite goals from Jack Mead and Matt Tapley.


Coggeshall and Holland meet at West Street on Tuesday night while Harwich have a rearranged First Division Knockout Cup quarter-final at home to Lopes Tavares.

Oakley are in League Challenge Cup action at Hackney Wick on Wednesday.