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This website is now in urgent need of a new editor.
After 10 years of editing the website the current editor can no longer continue and it is now necessary for someone else to take over. The new editor needs not have any knowledge of coding as the site is simple to edit (after some familiarisation), it just needs dedication and some of your time.
The current editor will not be continuing beyond the end of the current season so must be replaced or there will be no website!!!!
Contact the League Secretary, Tony Day , if you are the one willing to support the League with this vital service.

Top Scorers

The scorers table is up to date including January 7 goals click here. Please remember that only SCEFL league and league cup goals count and that goalscorers are taken from the teamsheets submitted via Full Time.

Last midweek's Round-up here

Wednesday January 18

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Premier Division

Postponed tonight: Beckenham Town v Crowborough Athletic and Hollands & Blair v Tunbridge Wells

The one game on tonight between Canterbury City and Deal Town at Homelands ended in an honourable 3-3 draw. Connor Coyne scored first for Deal then Luke Babbington added a second before Gary Mickelborough and Sam Conlon each scored for City before half time. Kristin Gregory put Deal back in front but Mickelborough's 80th minute goal ensured the spoils were distributed evenly.

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Tuesday January 17

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SCEFL Challenge Cup 3rd round

Premier Division Sheppey United were beaten to the 1st goal by 1st Division Holmesdale when Reggie Yemara went off script in the 1st minute of the 2nd half. Rob Saunders saved the Islanders blushes, at least by securing extra time, with his 62nd minute equaliser.
Extra time came and went with no further score so the tie had to be decided by the deadly penalty shoot-out which was won by Sheppey by 3-1. The Islanders now host K Sports in the 1/4 final.

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Premier Division

Ashford United returned to the top with a 4-1 home win against Corinthian. Tory Hill put the Nuts & Bolts in front in the 17th minute then Ben Davidson and Jason Goodchild added a single apiece for a 3-0 half time scoreline Louis Clarke pulled a goal back for the Hoops but Tom Fagg had the final word for Ashford with a goal 5 minutes from full time. The Hoops are in 10th place.

First Division

Glebe pulled up to within a point of the top with a 3-1 win at FC Elmstead. Andreas Tobin and Sam Long each scored 1st half goals then Tobin doubled his tally for 0-3. Just 5 minutes from full time Lewis Gregory scored a consolation for Elmstead who end up in 14th place tonight.

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Saturday January 14

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Premier Division

The League leaders Crowborough Athletic smashed 7 past Croydon whilst conceding just the 1. Ross Treleaven hit a 1st half brace and Sam Crabb added a 3rd just after the restart. Zac Attwood notched a 2nd half Hat Trick before Mike McKenna scored a consolation for the Dockers. Dan Perry had the last word for the Crows with a penalty conversion in time added at the end. All 3 top sides have now played 21 games and the Crows have a narrow, but significant, 2 point lead. The Dockers are in 18th place.
Still in 2nd place but on equal points with 3rd Ashford United recorded a 4-1 win at Deal Town. Pat Kingwell scored 1st for the Nuts & Bolts after 18 minutes then Shaun Welford made it 2-0 before half time. Joe Anderson pulled a goal back for Deal just after the hour mark but Welford restored the 2 goal lead on 77. Ryan Palmer scored the 4th and last goal for Ashford in the final minute. Deal are now in 17th place.
In 3rd place on goal difference Sevenoaks Town had a convincing 6-1 win at Croydon. Billy Bennett scored an opening brace and Joe Bingham made it 0-3 at half time. Harrison Carnegie added a 4th for the Oaks before Jeff Duah-Kessie hit the net for the Trams. A Harrison Carnegie penalty conversion restored the 3 goal lead before Yacine Gnahore and Bingham each scored in the final 2 minutes. The Trams are in 12th place.
Sheppey United are in 4th place, a point adrift of 3rd but having played 2 games more.
There was no score in the 1st half when AFC Croydon Athletic hosted Tunbridge Wells and it was after 68 minutes that the Rams broke the stalemate through Warren Mfula. The Wells are proving tougher to beat than they were earlier in the season and so it proved today as Ryan Cradley snatched a point with 5 minutes left to play. The Rams hold 5th place while the Wells are in 16th.
Hollands & Blair are 6th but their game was postponed today. They share 45 points with the Rams.
Whitstable Town are up to 7th place after winning 2-0 at bottom dwelling Fisher. Charlie Smith and Craig Thompson each scored 1st half goals.
It was honours even at the Badgers Sports Ground where Cray Valley PM came back from 1-3 down to draw 3-3 at the end. Beckenham Town took the lead through Andrew Whorms after 23 minutes but Ben Francis levelled for the Millers 3 minutes before half time. Hassan Jalloh restored the Becks lead 4 minutes into the 2nd half then Jamie Humphris made it 1-3 on 68. Jason Thompson scored in the 79th minute to give renewed hope to the Millers then Francis scored in off the luckless Brad Morgan in the Becks goal to salvage a point. The Millers are 8th while Becks are 19th.
Rochester United enjoyed a 2-0 away win at Canterbury City. Harrison Hume score the Spartans opener after 77 minutes and Dan Nash doubled 9 minutes from full time. The Spartans are 9th while City lie in 11th place.
Corinthian are in 10th place and their game was a victim of the weather.
Bearsted are 13th and, again, they didn't play courtesy of the snow.
The Deres moved closer to the Lords after Erith & Belvedere beat Lordswood 1-0 at Park View Road. Anthony Adesite scored the lone goal after 71 minutes which sees the Lords in 14th place and the Deres in 15th.

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First Division

Rusthall remain in top spot and 4 points clear after their game at home to 2nd placed Glebe was postponed.
3 points behind Glebe in 3rd place Kent Football United moved to within 3 points of 2nd with a 2-1 win at home to Bridon Ropes. No goals in the 1st half it took until the 65th minute for Dean Carpenter to break the deadlock for KFU. Stuart Zanone then doubled the lead from the spot before Aaron Dalhouse pulled one back for Bridon. Too little too late unfortunately as Bridon end up in 6th place.
K Sports are 4th after their home game against 5th placed Sutton Athletic bit the dust (or should that be the snow!)
Another victim of the weather was to Holmesdale (10th) v Forest Hill Park (7th) game.
Lydd Town came from 1-0 down to win 3-2 at home to Orpington at the Lyndsey Field. Jasper Haynes got the Os off the mark on 20 minutes but Reece Mortimer levelled before half time. Alex Coyne put Lydd in front in the 57th minute then James Everitt hit the Lydd 3rd on the hour mark. Marc Bentz scored a 2nd for the Os in time added at the end. Lydd hold 8th place while the Os are 9th.
Up to 11th place go Eltham Palace after their 3-2 away win at Meridian VP. Michael Shipp gave Meridian the lead with the only 1st half goal then Grant Lye made it 2-0 6 minutes into the 2nd half. Harry Gamble started the Palace revival just after the hour mark before Jesse Thackham levelled the game on 67 minutes. Ryan Hasson scored the winner for Palace with 2 minutes left to play. Palace are in 11th place and Meridian are in 17th.
Snodland Town are in 12th place and they had no game today. Phoenix Sports Reserves (13th) versus Crockenhill (15th) was postponed as was FC Elmstead (14th) at Lewisham Borough (19th) and Gravesham Borough (16th) v Sporting Club Thamesmead (18th)

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