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Warren leaves Fisher in hole

A single goal from Beckenham Town’s Frankie Warren proved to be the difference as Fisher fell to defeat against Beckenham Town last weekend.

The strike on 21 minutes was the single effort that eluded Black and Whites keeper Joel Hannington who put in a stellar performance in between the sticks.

A succession of late corners almost saw the Fish earn a point for their efforts but ultimately Warren’s goal was the difference in the 1-0 away win.

With relegation a distant threat, mathematically possible but highly unlikely, the result dropped Fisher to fifteenth spot, out of nineteen teams, in the Southern Counties East Football League. This weekend the Rotherhithe club, who play home games at Champion Hill in East Dulwich, travel to league leaders Greenwich Borough which looks set to be one of their toughest fixtures this campaign. The contest kicks off at 3pm and in game updates can be found by following @FisherFC on twitter.


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