Seymour-Shove raced onto a flick from strike-partner Stuart Eason, who had been picked out by a monster clearance from goalkeeper Tim Trebes, and fired home to break the resistance of Egham at ProEdge Westwood Road on Saturday. And the crucial goal was also Seymour-Shoves final contribution of the campaign as he will sit out St Ives remaining two away fixtures due to suspension after racking up 10 cautions. Boss Ricky Marheineke said: I have to admit it was one of the worst games I have ever been involved in. I think we only had one shot on target and luckily enough that was enough to get us the win. It was pleasing to sign off with a win for the fans in our final home game. St Ives are closing in on a highly creditable top-10 finish ahead of a trip to Godalming this Saturday. And that would be a satisfying outcome for Marheineke in his first season at the helm. He added: We went into the season with the simple aim of staying in the division. So to be sat ninth with two games to go is very pleasing. We are effectively a season ahead of schedule and the turnaround has been quite remarkable after such a poor start in the first 15 games.