Town continued their recent form with an emphatic win over Kettering.
A fast paced and at times physical encounter saw Town pick up all 3 points thanks to a screamer from Ahenkorah and a bullet header from Forsyth.
Town picked up another draw on the road, having come back from a goal down and weathered some early pressure.
A late penalty save by Town's Niall Cooper helped keep a clean sheet against promotion chasing Banbury United.
A 3-1 victory at Kings Langley all but maintains Town's Premier Division position for next year. A brace from fit again Edwin Ahenkorah and a late goal from Mike Taylor secured the points.
Despite a bright opening when Town could have gone ahead, they faded and Dunstable took full advantage to secure the points.
Another lead surrendered as Town draw their 14th League game of the season, after Mike Taylor scored just after half time.
An injury hit Stratford side went down to a Kings Lynn side bouyed by the arrival of a new manager.
The result was more important than the performance as Town edge away from the relegation places.
A physical encounter ended with Town conceding a late penalty against the Leagues pacesetters.
A battling performance saw Town score two late goals and pick up their first win in 8 games
Stratford were dragged closer to the drop zone after a scrappy home defeat against relegation threatened Cirencester
A hard earned point in sweltering conditions at St Ives
A game played on a waterlogged pitch saw Town fall to a disappointing away defeat.
2-1 up in the 89th minute and a welcome 3 points, until two late strikes leave them with nothing.
Town produced a battling performance on a cold night in Buckinghamshire and Guy Clark equalised in the second half to earn a point.
Another hard won point on the road, Edwin Ahenkorah had put Town ahead after 6 minutes from the penalty spot
A depleted Town side conceded an early goal which ultimately decided the game but with several players missing put in a battling performance against the 2nd placed side
A fine first half saw Town squander several good chances to add to their 1 nil lead. Mike Taylor scored a hat-trick against a spirited Cinderford side.
Despite being a goal down and playing with 10 men for all the 2nd half they earned a draw with a superb strike from Kieron Westwood in the 83rd minute.
A goal ahead after 2 minutes it took a debut 93rd minute equaliser from Justin Marsden to earn Town a point.
The visitors came determined not to add to the 14 goals conceded in the last games and Stratford were unable to find a way through a well
A breathtaking first 45 minutes and hat-trick from Edwin Ahenkorah gives Town an important win and helps lift them up the table.
Stratford let another lead and seemingly 3 points slip when a late own and stoppage time deflection gave local rivals Banbury the game.
Town picked up a second away draw in a row with Edwin Ahenkorah's late strike at in form side Redditch United
Stratford picked up their first point at the 4th attempt with a gutsy display at Penydarren Park
Stratford led at half time but Slough upped their game in the second half to snatch the points.
Town took an early lead but came away empty handed after a frustrating afternoon at Basingstoke
Town raced into a two goal lead in the first 15 minutes but in the end had to settle for a draw after an entertaining game
Despite several forced changes Town should have been out of sight at half-time but failed to turn their first half domination into goals.
Town suffer a second defeat in a row at the hands of an impressive Merthyr side.
Despite a delayed kick due to traffic delays, Stratford turned in a positive performance with Simeon Tulloch making it 2 goals in 2 games.
Bouyed by the midweek League Cup win at Redditch, Town produced a controlled performance to pick up 3 points.
A ruthless Weymouth side gave Town a football lesson, helped by some hesitant defending a times.
An excellent home performance saw Town pick up another 3 points.
Manager Carl Adams admitted his team 'ran out legs' in the 2nd half as the were beaten by bottom club Cinderford Town.
Dorchester celebrated after gaining the point needed to avoid relegation from the Southern Premier Division in what was a poor game.
Kempston Rovers rounded off their season in style in the spring sunshine at Hillgrounds on
Saturday afternoon with a 4-1 win over relegated Histon. It wasn’t quite enough to lift Rovers into the play off spots as they fell a point short.
Cleeve ended the season on a high with a convinving 2-0 win at relegated Wantage to reach 50 points.
BIGGLESWADE TOWN 4 v FROME 1
Report by Mike Draxler
Bideford's season ended with a narrow defeat to promotion hopefuls Salisbury on Saturday.
Mangotsfield United 2-3 Didcot Town - Report by Stewart Unsworth
'Scholars' finish the season in style
Play-off contenders Taunton Town beaten by a late North Leigh goal
Loss on final day
Wood 1 Barnstaple 0 - pictures from Brian Rossiter
Blues establish best-ever finish in Southern League and look forward to play-offs.
Despite Manny Duku scoring from the penalty spot midway through the second half to draw level, United's season ended with a narrow defeat.
Player/manager Fontenelle makes final playing appearance.
EVO-STIK League South Northwood are taking in tenants for the upcoming 2017-18 season after deciding to run without a second string next term.
Ian Hammond is the new chairman of EVO-STIK League South Salisbury.
Farnborough manager Spencer Day is hailing new signing Nick Hutchings as one of the best defenders in the EVO-STIK League South.
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