Erith Town drew a blank as they travelled to St Paul’s Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
In the shadow of Canary Wharf, the Dockers had the better of the first half and almost took the lead when Danny Phillips ran on to the ball and rounded Fishwr keeper Graham Loki, but as the angle narrowed he saw his shot cleared off the line.
Phillips then saw another effort deflected over the bar before the Dockers missed a glorious opportunity on the stroke of half-time.
Myles Keizer-Burrows’ long throw in caused panic in the home defence and the ball fell to Michael Power who could only lift his shot over the bar with the goal at his mercy.
Fisher came out fired up in the second half and should have taken the lead when Luke With somehow failed to connect with the ball from close range.
Erith finished the game stronger, however, and went close to winning in the final minute as Tony Robinson, making his debut as a substitute saw his header go just wide.
The Dockers are home to Canterbury City this Saturday at Erith Stadium kick off 3pm.
Please support your local paper by making a donation
Please make cheques payable to “MSI Media Limited” and send by post to South London Press, Unit 112, 160 Bromley Road, Catford, London SE6 2NZ
Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has encouraged everyone in the country who can afford to do so to buy a newspaper, and told the Downing Street press briefing recently: “A free country needs a free press, and the newspapers of our country are under significant financial pressure”.
So if you have enjoyed reading this story, and if you can afford to do so, we would be so grateful if you can buy our newspaper or make a donation, which will allow us to continue to bring stories like this one to you both in print and online.