Croydon held on to their joint top position thanks to a solitary goal from Marvin Armstrong after 27 minutes. Former Tram Tolulope Jonah didn't have much to do apart from watch his former team. Glebe were quick to get off the mark after only three minutes when defender Max Fitzgerald's shot went across an empty goal when Alex Hewitt was out of the way. Croydon were then in possession for a while and even got three corners but the third was headed clear by an opponent. There was a chance for Croydon after the third corner but offside was given, as were Glebe a few minutes later. In the 27th minute after a run, O'Donoghue went past the defence and scored past Darren Betch to give Croydon the lead. Soon after Glebe appeared to be frustrated, a player got booked and Croydon passed well for the remainder of the first half.
The second half started with a few chances from Glebe. Then came a couple of corners for Croydon. On 63 minutes, Croydon got a second goal from Stefan Joseph, but this was considered to be offside. Prior to this came a good chance when Jamie McGeoghegan passed to Fidan Fejzi whose chance ended wide of the near post. Joseph passed to Sam Johnson, and his shot went even wider than Fejzi's. With the final whistle about to blow, Glebe had a couple of chances, the first was headed wide of the post and the next was cleared thanks to a posse of defenders. Croydon hold on to joint top position in the SCEFL.
Croydon: Hewitt, O'Donoghue, Davidson-Phipps, McGeoghegan, Mete-Lobonza, Campbell (C), Fejzi, Wilson, Joseph (Somo 86), Armstrong, Shango (Johnson 57)
Subs (not used): McAllister, Duah-Kessie, Brown