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Saturday 20 December


Premier Division


The top two sides both recorded wins which is a perfect pre-cursor for next week's clash of the titans at Phoenix Sports Ground.


Erith & Belvedere were grateful for top scorer Alfie May once again as he slotted home the only goal against Lordswood at Martyn Grove. The decider came in the 38th minute and it keeps the Deres on top by 2 points. Lordswood go down a place to 10th.

Final Score: Lords 0-1 Deres


Phoenix Sports get to Christmas unbeaten and they got off to a winning start just before the half hour mark when Yacine Gnahore netted the opener at Rochester United. Three minutes after the half time break Ricky Freeman added the second Phoenix Sports goal then, 10 minutes later, Chris Hill made it 3-0. Ashley Cooper did score for the Spartans in the 65th minute but it was already job done. Spartans stay in 16th place.

Final Score: Spartans 1-3 Sports


Tunbridge Wells and Beckenham Town laid on a match of two halves. In the first Becks ended deservedly 1-0 up after Ray Freeman scored in the 14th minute. From the start of the second half, however, The Wells showed they had listened to their manager, Martin Larkin's, half time encouragement as they pressed Becks and were awarded a penalty just before the hour mark which Brendan Cass promptly hit home. Chris Seenan gave the Wells the lead 8 minutes later then made it 1-3 in the 73rd minute. From then on Becks came alive again and in the penultimate minute Top scorer Jamie Humphries found the net for 2-3 but then time was up and all three points go to Tunbridge Wells who are 3rd while Becks drop to 6th place.

Final Score: Becks 2-3 TWells


Corinthian go up a place to 4th after this win at Erith Town. After a goal-less first half The Hoops first goal came from Josh James in the 55th minute. Almost inevitable Mohammed Eisa made it 0-2 in the 75th minute before Harvey McMorrow made it 0-3 with 8 minutes left on the clock then Nad Nwitua blasted the 4th in the final minute. The Dockers keep themselves off the bottom by 1 goal in the GD stakes.

Final Score: Dockers 0-4 Hoops


Canterbury City took an early lead at Holmesdale but the Dalers ended on the right side of this best of three contest. Ira Jackson put City ahead in the 8th minute then half time came and went before Mert Varli levelled for the Dalers. City were awarded a penalty which was not converted then Luke Coleman was at the other end slotting home the winner with 4 minutes left to play. City drop a place to 7th while Holmesdale remain in 12th.

Final Score: Dalers 2-1 City


Ashford United's Stuart Zanone scored the only first half goal against Deal Town in the 8th minute then Andy Irvine doubled on 70 minutes. Zanone had the last word with his 79th minute goal for Ashford to take all three points and go up a place to 5th. Deal remain on the bottom.

Final Score: Ashford 3-0 Deal


Crowborough Athletic and Fisher ground out a goal-less first half and then followed up with an equally goal-less second half. The action, however, was lively and made for a smashing spectacle. Crows are 11th while the Fish retain their 17th status.

Final Score: Crows 0-0 Fish


Greenwich Borough have Gary Alexander's penalty nerve to thank for this 1-0 win at Woodstock Sports which keeps them in touch with the title race. The only goal came after 10 minutes. Borough are 9th and Sports are in 14th spot.
Final Score: Borough 1-0 Sports


Cray Valley PM have an Adam Allen own goal to thank for the three points they picked up at Croydon. The Millers go into 13th place while the Trams are in 15th

Final Score: Trams 0-1 Millers




Respect - November
Joint winners Ashford United and Corinthian

  Club Points per game
1 Ashford United 0.66
1 Corinthian 0.66
3 Crowborough Athletic 1.50
4 Canterbury City 1.66
5 Erith & Belvedere 2.00
5 Erith Town 2.00
5 Lingfield 2.00
5 Rochester United 2.00
5 Woodstock Sports 2.00`
10 Tunbridge Wells 2.25
11 Croydon 2.40
12 Phoenix Sports 2.50
13 Cray Valley PM 3.00
14 Greenwich Borough 3.66
15 Sevenoaks Town 4.00
16 Fisher 4.20
17 Deal Town 4.25
18 Beckenham Town 4.75
19 Lordswood 5.25
20 Holmesdale 6.00












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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
Damien Ramsamy, SOaks 23/09 L
Mark Chiverton, Fisher, 04/10 FAV
Joe Fuller, TWells 22/11 FAV
Alex Chambers, Cray 06/12 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
Daniel Stewart, H'dale 27/09 L
Mohammed Eisa, Corrie 04/10 FAV
Mohammed Eisa, Corrie 22/11 L

Brendan Cass, TWells, 09/08 L
Lewis Wood (5), G'wich, 31/08 FAC
Scott Treleavan (5), C'borough 09/09 L
Alfie May, E&B 20/09 L
Ricky Gundry, Roch, 04/10 FAV
Daniel Stewart, H'dale 04/10 LC
Stuart Zanone, Ashford, 25/11 FAV