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Saturday 18 April


This is the start of the final 8 days of the season and the championship for this year is already decided in favour of Phoenix Sports who complete only their second season since being promoted from the Kent Invicta League. Huge congratulations to all at the club for the magnificent season in which Sports also got to the 5th round of the FA Vase, the Semi-final of the SCEFL Challenge Cup and the quarter-final of the Kent Senior Trophy. Added to all that they have only lost 1 league game so far with just 3 to play.

Also already completed is the Kent Senior Trophy which saw Greenwich Borough 3-1 victors over Kent Invicta League Champions elect (should be confirmed today) Hollands & Blair who are likely to be SCEFL members next season.


As regards promotion and relegation these matters will be decided by the FA Leagues Committee at their meeting in May.


Premier Division


The Champions are at home for the last time this season where their guests are Beckenham Town. Becks have just one more game after today so 6th place would be their highest possible target.


Just 3 points separate 2nd and 3rd so the chase for the runners-up prize goes on. Ashford United are currently 2nd and they have a home game against 10th placed Crowborough Athletic. The Crows are the highest placed club transferred in the last close season and could improve slightly with 3 more games including today's.


Erith & Belvedere led the league table for much of the first half of the season. They are in 3rd place and today they host Deal Town. For a long time Deal were planted at, or close to, bottom place but have seen a resurgence lately which sees them up to 11th place.


Tunbridge Wells sit in 4th place, 10 points behind 3rd and just a point ahead of 5th with 3 games to play. They will contest the SCEFL Challenge Cup final in 2 weeks time. They welcome 19th placed Croydon to the Culverden today. The Trams have had a less-than-successful second half to the season and could still finish bottom.


Greenwich Borough have 4 games to fit into the last 8 days. They have 4th place within their sights and if they don't drop any points that will be where they finish. Still, they are the Kent Senior Trophy holders and SCEFL Challenge Cup finalists. Not bad but I'm sure they would swap placed with Phoenix given the chance. Today they welcome Fisher to Princes Park. The Fish are clear of the bottom in 15th place and will be looking forward to next season and another year closer to having their own ground.


Corinthian lie in 6th place and they can't get any higher. Their current berth is under pressure from below. In their penultimate game today they welcome Canterbury City to Gay Dawn Farm. City are currently 13th and have the chance of improving on that with their final 3 games.


Cray Valley PM have 3 games left and have the chance to move up to 6th from thier current 7th place depending on the Hoops last 2 results (and their own of course). Today they travel to the Medway (but stay on their side of it ) to play Rochester United. The Spartans are 4 points clear of bottom place and all of the last 3 have 2 games left to play. Enough said.


Sevenoaks Town have pulled off some great results this season but have also let themselves down at times as well. They are in 9th place with 2 games to play. Today they travel to 14th placed Holmesdale who also have 2 remaining games and they could improve on their current position.


Woodstock Sports are 12th and have 2 games left in which they could go either way. Their hosts today are Surreey side Lingfield who have requested voluntary relegation to step 6 next season. Their 16th place is one which any on the teams below them would swap for any day.


And finally, because of the Lingfield request it is unclear at this time what will happen to the bottom club this season. However, the National League System rules say that "the bottom club will be relegated and will not be repreived" so we have all been warned. Erith Town look to be favourites for bottom place but they are only 4 points behind both Croydon and Rochester United with 2 games to play. They must win their home game against Lordswood today and their last game next Saturday. The Lords are safe in 17th place.




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Beckenham Town FC are looking for a new Physio for next season. Anyone interested please contact Peter Palmer on 07774 728758.




Cobham Football Club (Combined Counties Division 1) are looking for teams to play during pre-season.

We can host teams on alternating Saturdays and have vacancies for home games on Saturday 11th July and Saturday 25th July.

We are also looking to play a side of similar standing to us (Step 6) away on Saturday 18th July as well as arrange alteranting home and away midweek matches during July.

Any teams interested in playing Cobham should email manager Barry Wilde at or call Barry on 07966166042.


















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