Four more wins should do it for table-topping Chichester City as they look to wrap up the SCFL Premier crown sooner rather than later.
The Oaklands Park side host relegation-threatened Little Common tomorrow (3pm) sitting ten points clear at the top of the table with just seven matches to go.
The gap was extended last weekend after a 1-0 win at Lancing.
Canadian import Emmett Dunn got the winner for Miles Rutherford and Graham Gee’s side in a match which a much-changed Chi dominated from start to finish.
The youngster timed his run from midfield to perfection to slot home a Josh Clack cross and seal all three points for Chi.
The win for the league leaders extends their unbeaten league run to 17 games, with defeat last coming back in November.
Horsham YMCA, who notched a 4-1 victory at home to Arundel, replaced Newhaven in second spot with the Dockers one point behind YM in third.
But City head into the final six weeks of the season knowing that promotion to step four remains firmly in their own hands.