RYMAN ONE NORTH: Concord will join the island's other senior club, Canvey, in playing Premier football next season.

In front of a 752-strong crowd at their Thames Road home today, Concord beat Enfield Town 3-1 to win the Division One North play-off final.

Concord took a fourth minute lead when defender John Easterford headed home Lyle Taylor's superb free-kick.

And the game seemed over on 20 minutes when midfielder Steve King headed home the host side's second after a superb effort from man-of-the match Ashley Miller had rocked the bar.

But Enfield hit back strongly with striker Stuart Blackburne at the heart of most of the visiting side's attacking moves.

They had one effort disallowed for offside, pulled back a goal through Blackburne from the penalty spot after King had been penalised for handball, and had another spot-kick shout turned down when home keeper Dale Brightly, who had earlier saved superbly from the Enfield man, challenged Blackburne.

But Concord were home and dry in injury-time when their longest serving player, striker Danny Heale scrambled home their third goal after a free-kick from substitute Dave Collins hit the woodwork.