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12/02/15

 

 

 

 

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Wednesday 2 September

 

Emirates FA Cup Preliminary Round Replay

 

Croydon shook off their league form and they are through to the 1st round qualifying after they won at home to Tunbridge Wells. Tristan Toney opened the scoring for the Trams 4 minutes into the second half. Ian Parsons levelled for the Wells in the 76th minute but Jamelle Hudson hit the Trams winner 4 minutes from full time. Croydon now have a home tie against either Molsey of East Grinstead Town who played tonight but result not yet known.

Final Score: Trams 2-1 TWells

 

Premier Division

 

Erith & Belvedere won at home to Greenwich Borough by some way. Alfie May got the scoring going with a 23rd minute penalty conversion. Joe Minter doubled on the half hour mark and the first half ended 2-0 to the Deres. May hit the Deres third from open play just after the restart thenGoldy Capela rounded things off on 50 minutes. The Deres go up into 3rd place while Borough lie in 6th.

Final Score: Deres 4-0 Borough

 

 

 

Monday 31 August

 

The Bank Holiday weather has put paid to several games today:

 

AFC Croydon Athletic v Croydon - Postponed

Fisher v Beckenham Town - Postponed
Holmesdale v Cray Valley PM - Postponed

 

Emirates FA Cup Preliminary Round Replay

 

Deal Town are through to the 1st round qualifying after winning at Horsham. Charlie Walsh opened for the SCEFL side after just 7 minutes then Ryan Philpott doubled just before the half-hour mark. In the second half Deal played a brilliant rear guard game but Kieron Pamment still broke through to score in the 64th minute. A deal of great defending followed, not least by 'keeper Chris Wymark, and Deal go marching on down the Wembley Road, next stop Whitstable Town on Saturday 12th September.

Final Score: Horsham 1-2 Deal

 

 

Premier Division

 

The only remaining 100% was maintained by Corinthian when they met Tunbridge Wells at the Culverden Stadium. Luke Tanner scored the only first half goal after 24 minutes. Immediately after the break Khalil McFarland levelled the scores but Tanner doubled his and the Hoops tally 5 minutes before the final whistle. The Hoops return to top spot while the Wells sit in 10th place.

Final Score: TWells 1-2 Hoops

 

Ashford United go up into 3rd place after winning against Canterbury City at Reachfields Stadium. Shaun Welford put Nuts & Bolts in front in the 38th minute then, in the 9th minute of the second half, Paul Booth doubled. City are in 9th place.

Final Score: City 0-2 Ashford

 

Hollands & Blair sit in second place after drawing at home to Lordswood. Blair got off the mark curtesy of a Lords own goal after 8 minutes. Tim Babington levelled 3 minutes later then put the Lords in front after 22 minutes. 1-2 at half time, it was Rob Denness who drew the sides level again on 54 minutes and then Stuart West put Blair in front again 8 minutes from time. Nad Nwitua saved a point for the lords with his 87th minute strike. The Lords are in 4th place.

Final Score: Blair 3-3 Lords

 

Sevenoaks Town were 2-0 up by half time at Greatness Park against Crowborough Athletic thanks to goals from Michael Fahn (14) and Austin Gacheru (36). The Crows came back in the second half when Sam Carrington scored a brace. Much goalmouth action followed but there were no more goals. The Oaks sit in 5th place this evening while the Crows are 18th.

 

 

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