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Newsletter 4



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Fisher were the overwhelming winners of the August RESPECT award of £100. They averaged one booking every other game. Congratulations to them for a magnificent effort.
The average for the League was two bookings per game while the worst performers had an average of four bookings per game.

We will be publishing a table of all clubs performance in the hope that ALL clubs will want to be appearing in the upper reaches of that particular table and those at the bottom will feel appropriate shame.


Respect is not just about players though. Too many complaints are still being received about the behaviour of managers and coaching staff on the benches. People are actually getting turned off local football because they do not want to hear pig-ignorant imbeciles bellowing foul language as loud as they can. It really is time to call a halt and for all concerned to learn to control themselves and act like adults.


Live with it and keep a civil tongue


No one has the right to expect a perfect world and the football pitch is no different. Sometimes match officials make mistakes. Much more often they get it right but people watching are too biased to see it. In any event, no one wants to have people shouting out that they are 'idiots', 'cheats' or much worse whenever they don't agree with a decision, right or wrong.

We all need to re-assess the way we behave towards match officials and treat them like welcome members of the match-day experience. Which is what they all are.


Clubs are responsible for the behaviour of their players, coaching staff and their supporters and there are occasions when that behaviour is unacceptable.



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Saturday 27 September


FA Cup 2nd round qualifying


Greenwich Borough went to Beaconsfield SYCOB who play in the Southern League Division 1 Central and came away 1-3 winners and go into the hat on Monday £4,500 better off. Beaconsfield opened the scoring through skipper Lee Togwell after just 2 minutes and Greenwich looked to be still tying their boots for another couple of minutes after that. Chris Edwards levelled the tie in the 7th minute and then Borough seemed to wake up and get into the game. Lewis Wood gave them the lead on the stroke of half time. Billy Bennett added the Borough 3rd and it was plain sailing from then until the end.
Final Score: Beaconsfield 1-3 Borough



Picture by Alan Coomes - More here



Premier Division


Top two each draw so Phoenix creep up in third.


Leaders Erith & Belvedere started very well when Alfie May converted a penalty afterjust 5 minutes but Croydon belied their lowly table position when Karl Douglin levelled the match, also from the spot,in the 16th minute. The rest of the game was a fruitless search for goals by both sides. Deres stay top by 2 points while Croydon stay in 16th place.
Final Score: Deres 1-1 Trams


Ashford United are still 2 points adrift of the top in second place after they drew at Sevenoaks Town. The Oaks went 1-0 up when Louis Sprossen scored the only first half goal on the half hour mark. 6 minutes into the second half Kieran McCann doubled the Oaks' lead but within 2 minutes Andy Irvine put Ashford back in the game with his 53rd minute strike. The clock was counting down on a Sevenoaks win until, with 2 minutes left to play, Lloyd Blackman rescued Ashford's afternoon.
Final Score: Oaks 2-2 Ashford


Phoenix Sports are now only 2 points adrift of second after this win at Canterbury City. Russell Bedford started the ball rolling on the half hour then Ricky Freeman added the second one minute before the half time break. George King stretched the lead 6 minutes into the second period and Harrison Carnegie put the cherry on top with 18 minutes left to play.
Final Score: City 0-4 Phoenix


Beckenham Town slipped below Tunbridge Wells after a late late winner gave the Wells all three points. Jack Beecroft scored first for the Wells after 21 minutesbut then, 10 minutes later, Jamie Marshall put Becks back in the game. Time was running out, in fact it was deep into time added at the end, when Brendon Cass nicked tha goal which gave the Wells victory. Wells go up to 4th place while Becks fallback to 5th.

Final Score: TWells 2-1 Becks


Lordswood took a 2-0 first half lead with goals from Jack Crump and Adam Hooper. Cray Valley PM waited until the 82nd minute before Alex Chambers put light at the end of their tunnel then, with just 2 minutes left, manager Paul Gross (off the bench to show how it should be done) grabbed what everyone would have expected to be a share of the points. No so, however, because Stephen Munn kept playing until the final whistle and grabbed the winner just before it sounded. Lords are 7th while Cray are 12th.

Final Score: Lords 3-2 Millers


Corinthian helped themselves to a fistful of goals today at Fisher. Mohammed Eisa put the Hoops ahead after 17 minutes only for Troy Abbey to level the game before half time. The second half belonged to Corinthian, however, as Deigo Da Silva restored their lead then Eisa doubled his tally with the Hoops 3rd goal. Michael Hagan added goal number 4 before Jack Mahoney rounded things off with the 5th in time added at the end. Hoops go up 2 places to 8th while the Fish drop 2 places to 18th.


Holmesdale move up 3 places to 9th after their win at Erith Town. Daniel Stewart hit a first half brace before finishing off his hat-trick in the second half. The Dockers remain dangling one place above the bottom.

Final Score: Dockers 0-3 Dalers


Woodstock Sports slipped 2 places to 15th after they lost at Crowborough Athletic who went up one place to 13th. Callum Ridley, Jack Funnell and Scott Treleaven gave the Crows a 3-0 lead before .

Robert Taylor pulled one back tomake it 3-1 at half time. Treleaven restored the Crows 3 goal lead 10 minutes into the second half but Colin Justin scored again for Sports in the final minute.

Final Score: Crows 4-2 Sports


Saving the best 'til last as Lingfield and Rochester United served up an 11 goal entertainment which was spread evenly throughout the 90 minutes.
Jason Perry got the opener for visitors after 8 minutes then Kane Wilson gave the lead to the Lingers with two goals in the 13th and 16th minutes. Harry Sintim extended the lead with his 23rd minute strike before Ricky Gundry pulled one back for the Spartans on 25 minutes. James Alderman levelled the game just 2 minutes later and the half ended at 3-3.
Immediately after the restart Ashley Cooper put the Spartans back in the lead until, in the 70th minute, Alfie Deans levelled. That lasted all of 2 minutes before Alderman made the scores 4-5 only for Deans to level yet again 5 minutes from time. Finally, Simon Wallace, in the last minute of the game, stole it for the Lingers. Lingfield are 14th while Rochester are 17th.

Final Score: Lingers 6-5 Spartans


Deal Town took a day off today.
















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Hat Trick Heroes


Alfie May (5), E&B 09/08 L
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Gary Clarke, Ashford Utd, 09/08 L
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Lewis Wood (5), G'wich, 31/08 FAC
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