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LIVE - Basingstoke Town v Billericay Town
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FULL-TIME - Basingstoke Town 3 Billericay Town 3
It's a point that's of no use to Billericay and not much better for Town. A poor game quality wise but there were plenty of thrills and spills.
Sadly, it ended on a sour note, with an on-field altercation between the teams spilling over into the dressing room area. Ugly scenes.
Elsewhere, Basingstoke RFC beat Cobham 66-14 to maintain their promotion push.
Southampton are back in the Premier League relegation mire after losing 2-1 at home to QPR, while Reading went down 3-1 at Everton.
London Irish lost 40-14 at Northampton.
See The Monday Gazette for full reports and reaction to all of today's action.
Another long throw into the Town area and it's a massive goalmouth scramble - but the hosts manage to clear.
YELLOW CARD - Chris Wild - Billericay Town
Wild is booked for a high foot on Wes Daly as he looked to break through - but the free-kick is wasted.
DOUBLE SUBSTITUTION - Billericay Town - Antone Douglas and Jay May on for Charlie Taylor and Alex Osborn
GOAL - Basingstoke Town 3 Billericay Town 3 - Manny Williams (90 min)
That could be a really big goal. Shaun McAuley's corner is only half-cleared as far as Tim Sills 10 yards out and while he drags his shot wide, MANNY WILLIAMS is on hand to dive in and force the ball home.
Only a couple of minutes left now. This would be a massive defeat.
Elsewhere, Basingstoke RFC have beaten Cobham 66-14.
Southampton are now 2-1 down at home to QPR, Jay Bothroyd with the goal, while Reading have pulled a goal back through Hal Robson-Kanu and are now 3-1 down at Everton.
Delano Sam-Yorke is fouled right on the edge of the area but Manny Williams's free-kick is weak and easily caught by goalkeeper Sam Beasant.
GOAL - Basingstoke Town 2 Billericay Town 3 - Leon Smith (81 min)
That's an instant impact from the substitute. Chris Paterson is caught out by a long ball into the area and when his header only reaches LEON SMITH, the midfielder uses his first touch to score, with a deflection off Paterson giving Ashley Bayes no chance.
SUBSTITUTION - Billericay - Leon Smith on for Paul Semakula
YELLOW CARD - Junior Luke - Billericay Town
Persistent fouling earns the visitors' long throw specialist a booking.
Chris Wild gets on the end of another long throw - but his near post flick is straight at Ashley Bayes.
SUBSTITUTION - Basingstoke Town - Stuart Lake on for Shaun McAuley
The first change of the match and it looks like a straight swap.
Junior Luke has Ashley Bayes worried with a shot from distance - but it goes wide.
Very close for the home side. Manny Williams sees his low drive from an acute angle kept out by the legs of Billericay goalkeeper Sam Beasent.
Tim Sills then goes close, holding Beasent off at the near post and when the visitors clear, the ball smacks off Shaun McAuley's shins and has to be cleared off the line by Nathan Ashton.
Another 'Stoke try, Ashley Paterson making it 66-14.
At Down Grange, Jamie Fish has scored again, making it 59-14, while Kevin Mirallas has put Everton 3-0 up at home to Reading.
Billericay continue to threaten at set-pieces, a corner reaching Chris Wild. Two home defenders go to clear his header across goal but both collide, miss it and are lucky to see the ball go out for a goal-kick.
Good work by Manny Williams down the left and his cross is just taken away from Delano Sam-Yorke.
Everton are beating Reading 2-0 now, Steven Pienaar with the second goal.
Basingstoke RFC have scored again. Gareth Kelly makes it 52-14.
YELLOW CARD - Rob Swaine - Billericay Town
Swaine is caught out by Delano Sam-Yorke's turn and catches the striker as he attempts to spin in behind.
Glen Poole lets fly from outside the area and his shot has Ashley Bayes worried as it flies not too far over.
Basingstoke RFC have scored again through Freddie Gleadowe and now lead 45-14.
A poor kick from the Billericay goalkeeper and Simon Dunn plays Delano Sam-Yorke in. His first touch is no good but it takes a decent block to stop his goalbound shot.
A try for Gareth Kelly and it's now 38-14 to Basingstoke RFC.
Town get the second-half underway. Both sides remain unchanged.
In the Premier League, Reading trail Everton 1-0 at the break, Marouane Fellaini with the goal.
Southampton went behind to Loic Remy's goal for QPR but levelled through Gaston Ramirez just before the break.
London Irish trail Northampton 14-9 at half-time in the Premiership.
Elsewhere, it looks plain sailing for Basingstoke RFC, who lead Cobham 31-14 at half-time.
They went behind early on but tries from Jamie Fish, Jamie Folan, two from Andy Hore and another from Matt Guilfoyle mean 'Stoke have already secured the four-try bonus point.
Barring a remarkable comeback from the visitors, it looks like a five point win for Basingstoke.
Wes Daly with his 2nd I mean #BTFC— @TMooresy 02 March 2013
HALF-TIME - Basingstoke Town 2 Billericay Town 2
A first-half lacking in quality but full of action. Some of the defending, particulary from Basingstoke at long throws, has been terrible.
It's set up for a massive second-half. Neither side can afford to lose and both need to win.
Almost a third for Town as Delano Sam-Yorke gets up to meet a cross at the near post - but his header is well blocked.
GOAL - Basingstoke Town 2 Billericay Town 2 - Omar Beckles (og) (40 min)
This time it's Town who score from a set-piece, Beckles flicking Wes Daly's delivery beyond his own 'keeper from the edge of the area.
That's a half-chance for Delano Sam-Yorke as the ball breaks to him on the six-yard line. He has his back to goal and turns quickly but blasts over.
YELLOW CARD - Nathan Ashton - Billericay Town
Left-back Ashton is booked for checking the run of Delano Sam-Yorke.
Another chance for the visitors, this time from open play. Charlie Taylor shoots from the edge of the area and Ashley Bayes just about beats it away.
GOAL - Basingstoke Town 1 Billericay Town 2 - Alex Osborn (34 min)
There's a lack of communication between Robert Rice and Ashley Bayes, resulting in Rice kicking the ball out for a throw-in.
Again Rob Swaine wins the ball at the near post and ALEX OSBORN is able to tap in from a yard out. They just can't deal with these throws.
Simon Dunn is back - and Billericay are back on top.
Basingstoke's Simon Dunn is down after taking a knock to the back.
GOAL - Basingstoke Town 1 Billericay Town 1 - Rob Swaine (21 min)
Another long throw from Junior Luke and Billericay are level. ROB SWAINE gets up above everyone at the near post to glance the ball goalwards and Ashley Bayes can only push the ball up and then into the roof of his own net.
Town protest that the goalkeeper was impeded but the referee is having none of it and the goal stands.
GOAL - Basingstoke Town 1 Billericay Town 1 - Manny Williams (16 min)
That's against the run of play. The ball breaks back to Wes Daly after a poor free-kick but the midfielder's second ball in is far better.
He curls it in left-footed from the right wing and it finds the far corner of the net, with MANNY WILLIAMS getting the faintest of touches to claim his sixth goal in four games.
Cmon town #BTFC— @TMooresy 02 March 2013
Junior Luke's long throw causes problems, Ashley Bayes pouncing on the loose ball to end what could have been an almighty scramble.
That's better as Simon Dunn takes the ball forward and fires in a shot that is only a foot or so wide.
Billericay are having the better of the early stages. Town can't get hold of the ball and their clearances are only finding visiting players.
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That's a great save from Ashley Bayes after Junior Luke's long throw is flicked goalwards at the near post by Rob Swaine. Bayes has to be at his best, diving across goal to palm it away.
Chris Wild has the first glimpse of goal for the visitors after Town fail to clear their lines from a free-kick, but his stab at goal is easily collected by Ashley Bayes.
Billericay get the game under way, shooting towards the Town End in the first-half. The sun came out as the game kicked off - and Ashley Bayes is looking directly into it.
Elsewhere this afternoon, Basingstoke RFC are hosting Cobham at Down Grange in London One South. London Irish are away at Northampton.
In the Premier League, Reading are away at Everton, while Southampton play host to fellow-stugglers QPR.
I'll try to keep you up to date with all of these games.
Basingstoke Town: Bayes, Smart, Jefford, Rice, Paterson, Dunn, Daly, McAuley, Williams, Sam-Yorke. Subs: Ray, Lake, Holder-Spooner, Campbell, McDonnell.
Billericay Town: Beasant, Rodgers, Ashton, Beckles, Swaine, Luke, Wild, Poole, Taylor, Osborn, Semakula. Subs: Douglas, May, Smith, Lechmere, Benjamin.
There are three changes to the Town side. Ben Jefford is back on work experience from Reading and he replaces Matt Warner, who is away on business, while Chris Paterson comes in for the injured Jay Gasson.
Further forward, it looks like a front three, with Tim Sills coming in for midfielder Stuart Lake.
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