Emirates FA Cup Preliminary Round
Action from Croydon v Faversham Town. Picture by Alan Coomes. More here
Deal Town welcomed Glebe and the tie ended honours even at 2-2. Harry Alexander and Steve O'Brien scored for Deal before Dan Gunner and Arlie Desanges levelled the tie. Replay Tuesday
Another all SCEFL tie was Hollands & Blair v Crowborough Athletic which ended 1-4 in favour of the Crows. Jack Walder, Jack Turner, Sam Crabb and Zac Attwood were the Crows marksmen while James McDonald scored the Blair goal.
Sheppey United faced Bostik League Hastings United at Holm Park and said a 0-2 farewell to the FA Cup for this season. Simon Johnson and Billy Medlock were the Hastings scorers.
Tunbridge Wells took revenge as they beat CB Hounslow United from the Combined Counties Premier Division who had beaten Rusthall in the previous round. Josh Biddlecombe scored 2, 1 from the spot, and Jon Pilbeam got the other. Vinny Hodge scored the Hounslow goal straight from a free kick.
Croydon welcomed Bostik 1st Division Faversham Town and the tie ended 0-0. Replay Tuesday
Erith Town travelled to Bostik League Whyteleafe where they enjoyed a 1-1 draw. Shawn Clement-Peter scored for the Leafe and Ryan Golding scored for the Dockers. Replay Wednesday
On Sunday, Sevenoaks Town and Cray Valley PM joined Crowborough Athletic and Tunbridge Wells in Monday's draw for the 1st Round Qualifying. The Oaks went to Cray Wanderers where Tom Youngs and Billy Bennett gave them a 0-2 half time lead. Luke Medley pulled one back but Young scored his second before Fred Parker scored for Cray and that made for a nervy last 10 minutes.
The Millers were at Erith & Belvedere where they won by 1-4. Ben Francis and Denzel Gayle put the Millers 0-2 up before Ola Rabiu pulled one back for the Deres. In the 2nd half Francis doubled his tally and Matthew Hagan added number 4.
The SCEFL Challenge Cup got underway with a second round tie between Whitstable Town and Holmesdale which the Natives won by 2-0 Harry Goodger and Shaun Welford were the scorers.
SCEFL Division one
K Sports hold top spot in their own right and lead by a point from Meridian VP who themselves lead Kent Football United on goal difference.
Fisher hold bottom place on their own as Crockenhill leapt up to 16th after winning today.
Lewisham Borough lost their 100% record by losing today leaving Erith & Belvedere as the lone 100%ers.
The top scorers table will be updated as soon as enough games have been played to make it worthwhile.