In a microcosm of the season, Fisher looked the better side in the first half but were unable to turn possession into goals before Sevenoaks pounced on a defensive error to take the lead. Dwayne Cowan returned to the side after injury, with an ill Marco Bianchi dropping to the bench. Fisher were on the attack early on, with George Savage and Luis Rozan pushing forward from the wide positions. Cowan found himself through on goal, but was just unable to control the ball before Dan Bygrave in the Sevenoaks goal scrambled to stop him. George Savage also had a great chance to open the scoring, but the ball went agonisingly just wide.
The game turned after half an hour, as Ernest Simon played a cross field ball that was intercepted by Adam Marsh. Marsh found himself through on goal with just Dan Teeley to beat, and he finished with aplomb as he rounded the Fisher keeper.
Sevenoaks proceeded to dominate the second half, and Teeley made a string of superb saves to keep the score at 1-0. John Sinnott continued to impress at centre-half, some well timed tackles preventing the development of Sevenoaks attacks. Fisher did have chances to equalise, Juan Ramirez finding space in the box but Bygrave was equal to his shot on the turn.
One positive for the Fish was the return to action of Kris Hollidge, who was straight into the action and very nearly picked up a booking within seconds of replacing Louis Sprosen. The Fish pushed Cedric Abraham up front as they chased an equaliser, but it was not to be and results from elsewhere condemned Fisher to a last place finish.
Fisher: Teeley, Ngongue, Lewis, Simon, Sinnott, Rozan (Adesina 75), Savage, Sprosen (Hollidge 77), Cowan (St Aimie 57), Abraham, Ramirez
Subs: Lisney, Bianchi
Fisher Man of the Match: Dan Teeley