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15/10/14

 

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Sunday 19 October

Kent Senior Trophy

 

Greenwich Borough are through to round 2 after winning 4-1 at home to West Wickham.

 

Saturday 18th October

 

Premier Division

 

Second placed Ashford United are now 7 points adrift of top place and 3 points ahead of 3rd place. Crowborough Athletic led 2-1 at half time when Jason Barton netted twice from the penalty spot to negate Stuart Zanone's opening goal on 23 minutes. The second goal scorer for united was reported as 'Everett' who netted 4 minutes into the second half to earn a point. Crows go up to 13th place

Final Score: Crows 2-2 Ashford.

 

Beckenham Town fell behind to a Matty Warren goal in the 28th minute whilst playing away to Lingfield. The first half ended with them still trailing but Eddie Walker levelled the game in the 72nd minute. The last 6 minutes of the game saw Becks strike 3 times starting with Frankie Warren on 84. Walker doubled his tally for 1-3 and Travis Gregory got in on the act with a final minute goal for 1-4. Becks are 5th while Lingers go 15th.

Final Score: Lingers 1-3 Becks

 

Kent Senior Trophy

 

Eight of our sides are through to the second round with Greenwich Borough still to play Sunday. Where there was direct competition between the SCEFL and the KIFL the result was 4 SCEFL sides went through and 2 KIFL sides went through.

 

Holmesdale 1-3 Erith Town. No other information available.


Fisher went into a 10th minute lead through a Junior James goal but were trailinjg 1-2 by half time after Eltham Palace's Tim Adekambi and Ola Kokuyi each scored. Kokuyi doubled his tally for 1-3 and even though Cedrock Abraham pulled a goal back for the Fish it was job done for Palace who go through to round 2. (draw below)

Final Score: Fish 2-3 Palace

 

Deal Town took the lead just after the half hour mark in this tie at home to Sutton Athletic. Ryan Moore was the early scorer and the half ended 1-0. Sutton's Ryan Eldridge levelled the tie 5 minutes after the restart then Aiden Pursglove gave them the lead in the 69th minute only for Cedrick Abraham to level the tie and herald in the dreaded penalty shoot out.

Final Score: Deal 2-2 Sutton - Deal win 7-6 on penalties

 

Tunbridge Wells and Woodstock Sports played out a 0-0 draw which took them into the shootout at the end.

Final Score: TWells 0-0 Woodstock - Woodstock win on pens 5-4


Lordswood held on until 6 minutes into the second half before Erith & Belvedere took the upper hand. That's when Chris Hubberd scored their opener. Joe Minter slotted the Deres second on the hour mark and Bill Manners rounded thing off 6 minutes before full time.

Final Score: Lords 0-3 Deres

 

Meridian VP 1-0 Lewisham Borough. Dom Elmes scored the winning Meridian goal

 

Poor old Crockenhill were on the wrong end of a big score again this time it was old adversaries Phoenix Sports who applied the mauling. First half goals came from Harrison Carnegie, George King, Steadman Chandler and Yacine Gnahore. In the second half Carnegie, King and Gnahore each doubled their tally while Carl Cornell hit the final Phoenix goal in the 77th minute. In between these second half goals Sam Monks converted a penalty for Crocks only goal.

Final Score: Crocks 1-8 Phoenix

 

Seven Acre & Sidcup 2-4 Lydd Town. Nothing else known about this tie. Sorry

 

Rochester United 2-3 Corinthian. Another mystery game. Nothing else known.

 

Canterbury City went out of this season's Trophy after losing at home to Bearsted. Sam Porter gave the Bears the lead 9 minutes before the half time break and although Danny Lawrence levelled the tie with his penalty conversion on the hour mark it is Bearsted who go through thanks to Graeme Andrews' 72nd minute goal and Peter Williams' confirmation 6 minutes later.

Final Score: City 1-3 Bears

 

 

Picture by Alan Coomes - More here


Kent Football United met Cray Valley PM on a good day so it is the SCEFL side who go through to round 2. A Joe Matthews penalty conversion and a goal from Marcel Henry-Francis gave the Millers a 2-0 half time lead. 2 minutes into the second half Alwayne Jones added the 3rd and 5 minutes after that Ronnie Vint made it 4-0. With 2 minutes left on the referees watch Adam Gross got in on the act with Cray's 5th and final goal.

Final Score: KFU 0-5 Millers

 

Sheppy United found Sevenoaks Town just a little bit stronger and better on the finish today. Andy Constable opened the scoring with the only first half goal after 35 minutes. After the break Miles Cornwell scored a brace to ensure the Oaks second round place.

Final Score: Sheppy 0-3 Oaks.

 

Rusthall 1-2 Gravesham Borough. Nothing else known. Sorry



Revised 2nd round draw:

 

16 Sevenoaks Town v Greenwich Borough

17 Lydd Town v Corinthian

18 Eltham Palace v Hollands & Blair

19 Meridian VP v Cray Valley PM

20 Erith & Belvedere v Phoenix Sports

21 Erith Town v Deal Town

22 Orpington v Bearsted

23 Gravesham Borough v Woodstock Sports

 

 

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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
Daniel Stewart, H'dale 04/10 LC


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
Eisa Mohammed, Corrie 04.10 FAV


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
Remone McCrea, Erith Tn 04/10 L