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HomeSportFootballFisher beaten at St Paul's ahead of top-of-the-table clash at Corinthian

Fisher beaten at St Paul’s ahead of top-of-the-table clash at Corinthian

THERE WAS disappointment for Fisher in Rotherhithe on Saturday as they failed to increase the gap to third-place Cray Valley, instead seeing it reduced to four points.

Former Charlton striker Kevin Lisbie, now aged 40, gave the visitors a 35th-minute lead in this SCEFL Premier Division clash, before Ashley Sains added a second ten minutes into the second half.

Dean Harrison’s side battled back and grabbed a goal back nine minutes from time, but they couldn’t force an equaliser.

Fisher are second in the table and are three points behind Corinthian.

The Fish travel to the league leaders next Saturday when they will aim to regain top spot.

Image: @brockleylion

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