Matt Clements men continued an unbeaten league run which stretches back to December 19 with a smooth 3-0 triumph against bottom side Whitton United at the David Wilson Homes Ground today. Luke Brown provided a breakthrough from the penalty spot after a quarter-of-an-hour which was quickly followed by an own goal before Jonny Hall hit a late clincher. Rovers fine streak now stands at 17 Premier Division matches 16 of which have ended in victory. The latest of those successes moved them to within two points of second-placed Stanway Rovers with two matches in hand. Table-toppers Norwich United have already been crowned champions. Eynesbury Rovers look set to hold onto fourth place in the United Counties League Premier Division despite a downturn in form. Mark Duckets men suffered a second home defeat in the space of five days when going down by a solitary goal to Northampton Spencer today. It arrived eight minutes into the second half. Rovers had also been pipped by the same 1-0 scoreline by Boston Town last Monday before being held to a disappointing Wednesday draw at relegated Huntingdon, but results elsewhere have been favourable of them. St Neots were beaten by two-second half goals in their penultimate fixture of the Southern League Premier Division season today. Saints went down 2-0 at play-off bound Hitchin, falling behind four minutes after half-time before seeing their fate sealed with 19 minutes to go.