On the 9th of April at Imber Court the Metropolitan Police took on Taunton Town in a top of the Southern League, Southern Division clash. With Taunton Town second and Metropolitan Police third, this was a key game for both teams. It was a slow start, although there were several attempts on goal. The most exciting moment of the first half was arguably when the sprinklers were inadvertently set off five minutes before the break. This was followed by a squabble between the two teams on the sideline that culminated with yellow cards for Grimes of Taunton and Mazzone of Met Police. 

However, as the second half commenced, the play and the tension started to pick up as the Met Police came out eager to gain an advantage. After one goal was disallowed following a foul, the Met Police won a corner which was taken by Frith and turned in by Birch in the 69th minute. 1-0 to the home team. 

This spurred on the visitors and in the 78th minute, an equalizer was scored by Holmes who drove it past Beach making it 1-1. Their win was confirmed when a corner taken by Foulston to Grimes reached Budd who nudged the ball into the net on 83 minutes sending the travelling fans into a frenzy of excitement. This was repeated on the final whistle as the Taunton Town players ran to celebrate with their ecstatic fans behind the goal. They will now look forward to the final exciting days of the season to come, while Met Police will look to bounce back in their next match against Beaconsfield Town.