THURROCK took all three points with a very impressive performance against Leatherhead in the Isthmian Premier League.

Thurrock were up against a Leatherhead team bang in form but were to defy the form guide in the clash, taking a 2-0 victory.

Remi Sutton got the first goal of the afternoon against the Tanners, finishing well eight minutes before the interval.

And five minutes later the lead was doubled. Michael Pindy was on target for Mark Stimson’s men this time as the hosts took a two-goal advantage into half-time.

And they were able to hold onto that advantage, despite late Leatherhead pressure, to climb up to 13th in the standings.

A late penalty ensured a point for Tilbury in a thrilling encounter against Norwich United in the Isthmian North.

Tilbury played out a hugely entertaining 3-3 draw against Norwich United and trailed after just three minutes, Liam Jackson on target.

Tom Anderson put Tilbury on terms 10 minutes later and Charlie Little turned the score on its head halfway through the half.

Nathan Stewart levelled for the home team seven minutes later and Jackson was once again on the scoresheet as the half came to a close.

The second half was not quite as goal-filled, with one enough to ensure a share of the points.

Jack Carlile scored it from the penalty spot on 87 minutes to send the Dockers fans home with a point.

Aveley secured a key 1-0 win against Bury Town to continue their ascendency away from the bottom of the Isthmian North.

The Millers had been showing signs of much improved form in recent matches and they again impressed in the first half.

Myles Keizer-Burrows sent a strike against the inside of the post with the referee adjudging the ball had not crossed the line.

But two minutes later the goal was scored. Chris Bourne’s corner was met by Ryan Cosson and his header flew into the corner.

The same man hit the post as Aveley came close to extending the lead but it remained just 1-0 at the interval.

Tevan Allen hit the bar up the other end at the start of the second, with a rare foray forward after the interval.

But the hosts dug in to secure the points.

Grays Athletic came from behind to ensure a share of the spoils against Haringey Borough.

Haringey, play-off-hopefuls, were pegged back 15 minutes from time by Adeyinka Cole who finished well as the game ended all square.