After Saturday’s excellent performance Rovers hit the other end of the scale last night when turning in a lacklustre performance away at relegation threatened Binfield.

It was a bright start, with Max Oldham giving Clyde Ondo a tough time, and giving Rovers cause for optimism but it was short lived.

Binfield looked a far better side than there league position shows, understandable with the change at the top and some new players in, and moved the ball superbly and looked a threat with their pace and quick play.

However it wasn’t until two minutes into first half stoppage time that they took the lead, a high foot in the Rovers area saw a spot kick awarded, and Mitchell Parker converted.

If Rovers fans expected a reaction they were sorely disappointed and throughout the second half it looked only a matter of time before Binfield sealed the win, but their wayward shooting almost let Rovers back in.

Aaron Jenkins almost caught out Killian Barrett when returning a poor clearance from the keeper goalwards, and Noah Africa bought a tidy save out of the keeper with Jenkins just unable to force home the loose ball.

Binfield sealed the win in stoppage time when Oscar Williams was dispossessed by Tyler D’Cruz who calmly lobbed Sam Roberts to give the hosts a vital and deserved three points.

Full report to follow