Connor Waite scored the only goal of the game as Kent Athletic triumphed 1-0 at Pitstone & Ivinghoe in SSML Division Two on Saturday.
The game was Kent’s first in the league since September 26 and saw them climb to fourth place, as they trail leaders Hale Leys United by 19 points with a hefty seven games in hand.
Last night, they travelled to Amersham Town while on Saturday, Kent visit Grendon Rangers.
Totternhoe’s clash at Mursley was called off as was The 61 FC’s game with Tring Corinthians.
The 61 FC are now at home to St Albans City Reserves on Saturday, while Totternhoe host Pitstone & Ivinghoe.
In Reserve Division South & East, AFC Dunstable hammered Sun Sport 4-0, Jake Kissiedu netting a hat-trick.
This weekend, AFC visit Crawley Green, while Reserve Division North & West sees Totternhoe visit Pitstone & Ivinghoe.