Street were made to work hard for a 1-0 victory over Clevedon Town but it's now 9 league wins on the bounce to maintain a 6 point gap at the top of the Toolstation Western League.
On a crisp afternoon at the tannery it was the Cobblers who started the brightest with Jake Mawford hitting the bar with a header from a deep cross, this sparked Clevedon into life who came back into the game. The only goal of game came on the stroke of half time when Josh Wadham played a through ball from deep in his own half to Steve Murray who controlled the ball well and was strong enough to hold off the defender to beat the keeper with low strike to take his scoring streak to 5 games in a row and his 21st of the season.
The second half was a tight affair with a soft pitch sapping both teams energy levels without either team testing their opposing goal keepers. The closest chance of the half fell to a Dave O'Hare when Harry Foster broke down the left flank and put in a dangerous cross only for the Clevedon defence to clear but the resulting clearance hit O'Hare in the face and the ball ricocheted just past the post. A late Clevedon rally was comfortably shut by the Cobbler defence.
Man of the match Ben Amghar.
Thanks to West Quay Records for sponsoring the match.