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Newsletter 4
01/09/14

 

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Saturday 20 September

 

Premier Division

 

We have a full programme of fixtures today for the first time in many weeks.
League leaders Erith & Belvedere are away to Crowborough Athletic.
Deres manager Matt Longhurst warned before the start of the season that it would take time for the improvements he was introducing to kick in. Well, it didn't take that long Matt! Of course Alfie May's 17 league goals have made a difference but the Crows have their own star striker in Scott Treleaven who has scored 9 goals in 5 games so far. A Deres win is what would be expected but who knows. It's earley days yet.

 

Ashford United are 3 points adrift of the lead having played the same (9) number of games. Of course Nuts & Boplts are unbeaten compared to the Deres single defeat but 3 drawn games are holding Ashford in 2nd place. They travel to Croydon arena for a game against the Trams who are lingering down in 15th place at the moment. They had an epic game in the FA Cup last Saturday which they narrowly lost to Ryman League leaders Burgess Hill Town then they suffered a 3-1 reversal at Crowborough in mid-week. They face a toughie today but have home advantage so who can call this one?

 

Phoenix Sports welcome Rochester United to the Phoenix Sports Ground. Phoenix are 3rd and are also unbeaten, have only drawn twice but have two games in hand on the top two. The Spartans are down in 14th place having lost 6 of their 10 League games so far.

 

Fourth placed Sevenoaks Town are enjoying the best start to a season for many years. New manager Mick Collins knows a thing or two about this League having steered the Deres to promotion two seasons back. They are unbeaten at home having won 2 and drawn 2. Their only defeat so far was away to the Deres. Oaks are at home to Greenwich Borough who are currently sitting in 16th place. Borough are still finding their feet and have a see-saw record of LWLDW.

 

Tunbridge Wells are having a mixed bag of results with a record of 5-3-2 so far. Their 12 goals so far have come from 6 different players and early top scorer Brendon Cass has been rather quiet lately (though he did score last time out). The Wells are 5th and journey to Corinthian today. Having lost star talent since manager Matt Longhurst moved on to the Deres the Hoops find themselves exactly in mid-table in 10th place. Their very young side will win many more games during this campaign but whether they can improve on last season's 5th place finish remains to be seen.

 

Beckenham Town (6th) travel across Kent to play bottom club Deal Town. Becks single defeat and 2 draws from their first 7 games puts them firmly amongst the top form clubs. Two draws and a defeat at the hands of second placed Ashford from their last three games appears to show an increase in form for Deal. Still looks like another home defeat for them though.

 

Seventh placed Lordswood have current form of 4-2-3. Six players have scored the Lords 10 goals so far with Sam Hallett leading on 3. They travel to Bromley side Holmesdale who are in 12th place with form of 2-2-3 where 4 players have scored 15 of their 17 goals so far. Romario Hart is their number 1 with 5.

 

Meanwhile Cray Valley PM (8th), with their Physio Emz (hopefully) recovered have a home game against 17th placed Lingfield. Cray have 10 players on the scoresheet but Aaron Jeffrey is far and away their top gun on 11 goals. Lingers can boast 6 scorers who have ammassed 14 League goals. Their top man is Joel O'Hara on 5.

 

Canterbury City are in 9th place. They welcome 18th placed Fisher. City have 7 players on the goal-scorers list and they have 10 goals to their credit. The Fish have 6 scorers with 8 goals between them.

 

finally, Woodstock Sports who are 13th welcome 19th placed Erith Town. The Dockers have 9 proven goal-scorers with 10 goals (Gerry Gonnella the one with 2) while Woodstock have 7 scorers who share 11 goals. Colin Justin is on 3.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


League Handbook

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The KCFA Handbk/Lib 2014-15
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FA Discipline Handbook 2013-14
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The FA Non-League Regs
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Hat Trick Heroes

 

Alfie May (5), E&B 09/08 L
Brendan Kiernon, Lingfield 20/08L
Alfie May, E&B 13/09 L
Tom Scorer, Ashford 13/09 L


Gary Clarke, Ashford Utd, 09/08 L
Jamie Humphries (4), Becks 30/08 L
Aaron Jeffrey (4), Cray Valley 13/09 L
Jamie Humphries, Becks 13/09 L


Brendan Cass, TWells, 09/08 L
Lewis Wood (5), G'wich, 31/08 FAC
Scott Treleavan (5), C'borough 09/09 L