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Tonbridge closed to within four points of a Blue Square Bet South play-off place after a 1-0 win at home to Havant & Waterlooville on Tuesday night.
Angels, who are up to ninth after ending Havant's eight-match unbeaten run, took the points thanks to a Frannie Collin penalty on 23 minutes.
Left-back Nathan Green, making his debut after joining from Billericay, swung in a corner which was handled by Ed Harris.
Collin (pictured) stepped up and scored his first goal in 11 games.
Angels worked hard for the points but also had man-of-the-match goalkeeper Lee Worgan to thank for their victory.
His best work saw him produce an outstanding save to deny Chris Arthur during the first half.
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