Leyton Orient have secured promotion back into the Football League after picking up the vital point they needed at home to Braintree to clinch the top spot of the National League.
The London-based team amassed 89 points and will compete in League 2 which is the fourth tier of England football system. They had played non-league football in the past two seasons.
Zimbabwe international Macauley Bonne played a central role in the Leyton’s successful campaign, netting twenty-three goals and created three. He only missed one game in the whole season and played over 4000 minutes.
After the relegations and the financial woes.
After the fights and battles to save our Club.
After the rebuild and the uniting of players and fans alike.
— Leyton Orient (@leytonorientfc) April 27, 2019
Meanwhile, Leyton Orient could complete a double next week as they will also play Fylde in the final of the FA Trophy.