The result was a blow for the visitors who won the reverse fixture 3-2 at Scours Lane at the start of the season and leaves James Anderson’s side in 18th place and without a league win since 16th October but they held out against the Moles until half time – only for former striker Ian Davies to break the deadlock on 51 minutes.
Winger Carlo Santoro made it 2-0 three minutes later and Usman Lalustani made it safe on 71 minutes as Binfield continued to cement their place in the top six and continue a remarkable run that has seen them finish eighth or higher every season since 07/08.
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Woodley move on to a twice postponed Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup second round tie at home to Windsor on Monday night while Binfield have the unenviable task of a Wednesday night away trip to Gloucestershire to face Bishop’s Cleeve Development in the third round of the same competition. The quarter final draw for the competition is here.
See Neil Graham’s full gallery from Friday nights action here: