Bridge maintained top position with a good all round display against Oak Lads, With Bridge having a full 16 to choose from the starting eleven flew at Oak straight form the off and after only 4 minutes took the lead after Lewis Watsons defence splitting ball was skillfully chested down by Josh Smith and he unleashed a tremendous shot into the top corner for 1-0. Robbie Davis, whose solid defending has earned him much praise over the last few months, turned provider with a great pass through to Alan Bond who ran on from the half way line, turned 2 defenders and delightfully curled the ball home from the edge of the box for 2-0. Ricky Thompson then received the ball on the half way line from Davis, then expertly ran past 3 defenders before side footing home in the corner for 3-0. A great team move created number 4, after Ray McDonald, Lee Evans, and Robbie Davis all linked up well before finding smith on the left, he made time and neatly passed square to Bond to tap home from close range for 4-0. Wes Farringtons good delivery from the right was volleyed goal wards by Karl Jenkins and after seeing his shot blocked, Alan Bond reacted quickly and turned the ball home to give timber a 5 nil half time lead.

Peter Murphy came on for the struggling Lee Evans and as instrumental in another good move by Timber, With Wes Farringtons corner causing all sorts of trouble in the Oak Lads box, Alan Bond again in the right place to stab home his 4th of the game. Oak Lads then had 2 attacks and scored a good goal to make the score 6-1 before David Sheaky found the net in the 80th minute with a good shot after following up a Jenkins shot and then wing izard Josh Smith again showed great skill and trickery to find the corner to make the final score 8-1. with so many great performances from Bridge Timber, namely Josh Smith, Karl Jenkins, Ricky Thompson and Lewis Watson, it was a close call who received the man of the match award, But Lewis Watson deservedly got the nod .