Vanarama National League South
Concord Rangers 2
Oastler (Og) 55
Gosport Borough 2
Lee 60, 70
Gosport are relegated as wins for both Whitehawk and Truro condemn the Borough to the drop zone.
In a relatively quiet opening half, Concord looked most likely to score through the lively Dion Sembie-Ferris but failed to take advantage of their chances.
The second half the game was a little more exciting as the hosts took the lead in fortuitous circumstances. A cross aimed at Steve Cawley was flicked by the head of skipper Joe Oastler past the hapless substitute goalkeeper Lewis Watch.
Concord had numerous half chances to take the game away from Gosport but it was the visitors who drew level. Tony Lee took advantage of some poor defensive positioning to get in behind and finish neatly through the legs of Bailey Vose.
Lee was on hand shortly later to gift his side the lead when striking from distance, the ball somehow crept past Vose to the great delight of the travelling fans.
The points looked destined for the south coast when a cruel twist of fate arrived. Concord captain James White was set, and struck first time but young Watch fumbled the ball through his hands into the net to gift the late equaliser.
Entertainment rating – 3/5
Star man – Tony Lee (Gosport Borough)
Vose, Girdlestone, Wyatt, Nasha, King, Topley, Miles (Laucys 86), White (c), Sembie-Ferris, Cawley, Della-Verde
Laucys, Dopson, Renew, Carter, Young
Jordan (Watch 46), Sanders, Bird, Danson, Harding (McCarthy 46), Oastler (c), Lea, Carmichael, Lee, Wright, Lanahan (Bailey 68)
Bailey, Watch, McCarthy, Suraci, Thompson