EVERSLEY & California FC chairman Ross Allston has stepped down from the role due to work commitments and health issues, writes Dave Wright.

"Leaving the club has been a real tough choice," he said.

"I can honestly say it has been a great pleasure being involved with the club, but now I must bring my four years to a close. I have seen highs and lows for sure.

"Thank you to all who have helped out and keeping the club at the level it should be. I look forward to watching it grow."

His side were unable to give him a three-point finish, losing 4-3 at home to Chessington & Hook United in an entertaining game on Saturday.

The Boars took the lead through Liam Whyte and after the visitors had opened their goal account, Denis Nortey made it 2-1 by half-time.

But they then conceded three goals to leave them trailing 4-2 before Whyte pulled one back late on.

By this time, both sides were down to 10 men with Nortey dismissed for the hosts.

Eversley have finished third from bottom of Division One, but manager Matty Angell remained upbeat, commenting: "I'm really proud of this squad of players and can’t wait to see them all develop further next season."

His vote for the player-of-the-season went to Ross Mckernan, while Ali Dickie earned the players' player award.

Angell is looking to appoint a goalkeeping coach for the club and would welcome applications.

Sandhurst Town completed their campaign with a 4-1 defeat at Tooting Bec.

Their preparations were not helped when a number of players were involved in a minor traffic accident on the M25, although, fortunately, they all escaped injury.

The Fizzers fell behind on 22 minutes, but drew level five minutes before the interval when Jordan Goddard lobbed the home keeper, only to concede a second goal shortly after the resumption.

Sandhurst were again on the end of clinical finishing as Tooting added two more goals in the 72nd and 79th minutes to seal the victory which secured third-place in the standings. Sandhurst end up sixth.