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Margate manager Mark Stimson wants side to keep showing same fight in Isthmian Premier survival bid after 1-1 draw against Cray Wanderers and 1-0 win at Cheshunt

Manager Mark Stimson wants resurgent Margate to keep showing the same level of fight they have done in their last three matches as they attempt to close in on relegation rivals Cheshunt.

Gate breathed fresh life into their Isthmian Premier survival bid with a much-needed 1-0 win at Cheshunt through striker Destiny Oladipo’s goal last Tuesday.

Stimson’s side then extended their unbeaten run to three matches with a 1-1 draw at home to Cray Wanderers on Easter Monday after last Saturday’s scheduled trip to Potters Bar was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Boss Stimson said: “We beat Cheshunt and then we got a point on Monday.

“So we have taken four from six, they (Cheshunt) have taken none from six.

“It’s about the next two games now. If we can take another four and they again don’t take any, then, wow, it’s interesting.

“We have got to keep fighting until we cannot fight any more.

“The good thing is that the boys are doing that. I cannot fault that.

“Just, sometimes, I wish we had a little more quality.”

Margate’s victory was a particularly poignant one at Cheshunt. They dedicated it to supporters’ club chairman Andy Everson, who died last month.

“It’s not about us - this is about the football club,” stated Stimson, with a minute’s applause being held before kick-off against Cray Wanderers.

“We want to keep this football club in this division because there’s so many good people at the football club. Unfortunately, we’ve lost one of them.

“The boys put in a great performance to get the win at Cheshunt and then, on Monday, there was a minute’s applause.

“That’s probably not long enough. But it’s certainly something which is fully deserved for someone who put so much time and effort into the club.

“He probably would have