BILLERICAY Town and Concord Rangers returned to winning ways in the National League South, while it was a day to remember for Hullbridge Sports.

Harry Wheeler’s Billericay recorded a 3-0 triumph over Hungerford Town.

After a goalless first half at the Steel Team Stadium, Billericay broke the deadlock less than 60 seconds into the second period.

Moses Emmanuel netted from close range after Sam Deering, who was making his first start of the campaign, had been denied.

Matt Rhead then rattled the crossbar before being bundled over and Billericay were awarded a spot-kick, which Jordan Parkes duly converted.

And Rhead completed the scoring by heading home, via the underside of the crossbar, soon after the hour mark.

Meanwhile, Concord were also 3-0 winners as they overcame Welling United at the Aspect Arena.

Lamar Reynolds opened the scoring midway through the first half after being found by Joel Nouble.

Having already grabbed an assist, Nouble added his name to the scoresheet after some neat footwork on 64 minutes.

Kreshnic Krasniqi made it three six minutes later. James Blanchfield found Decarrey Sheriff, who unselfishly squared for the midfielder to score.

Meanwhile, East Thurrock United lost 2-0 to Isthmian Premier League high-flyers Haringey Borough.

First half goals from Anthos Solomou and Georgios Aresti decided the contest.

Bowers & Pitsea suffered back-to-back losses as they were beaten 1-0 by Enfield Town.

The only goal of the clash came from the penalty spot, with ex-Billericay striker Billy Bricknell netting.

Hullbridge Sports recorded their first ever Isthmian North win as Joe Wright’s goal allowed Darren Manning’s side to seal a 1-0 victory over Cambridge City.

Canvey Island’s 100 per cent winning run came to an end as they were condemned to a 2-0 defeat by fellow high-flyers Bury Town.

Will Gardner grabbed a first half opener for the visitors at Park Lane.

And, with Mark Bentley’s Gulls pushing for a leveller, Cruise Nyadzayo secured all three points for Bury by completing the scoring three minutes from time.

A late goal from Pat Bexfield saw Basildon United lose 1-0 to Histon.

Great Wakering Rovers threw away a one-goal lead as they were defeated 2-1 by Dereham Town.

Wakering went in at half-time ahead thanks to a Matthew Castellan own goal.

But Dereham turned the game on its head as Ryan Hawkins and Adam Hipperson scored in five second half minutes to clinch all three points.