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Stamp Out Foul Language at Football

 

A message from a geniune but angry visitor.

 

"Your web site says that you want to cut out swearing yet I went to see the game between [Team 'A'] & [Team 'B'] on Boxing Day and the swearing from both teams was disgusting. It was clearly audible to everybody [but] the referee did not caution any player. I would never take my family to see any of your games"

 

This is obviously not the way to build your support and families are the way forward. Think again!!

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Last Week's round-up

 

Scorers table updated to include Saturday 06 February

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Wednesday 10 February

 

Premier Division

 

6th placed Corinthian are away to Rochester United at Rede Court Road.

 

Tuesday 09 February

 

Premier Division

 

Erith & Belvedere go up 3 places to 7th after winning 2-0 at home to Beckenham Town. Nico James put the Deres in front after just 8 minutes then, in the final minute of the game, Romario Hart made certain with a second goal. Becks remain in 4th place.

Final Score: Deres 2-0 Becks

 

Erith Town v Cray Valley PM match postponed.

 

London Senior Cup Quarter Final.

 

Croydon travelled to Silver Jubilee Park to play Hendon of the Ryman Isthmian League Premier Division. Against the odds the Trams took the lead when Tristan Toney scored 3 minutes from half time but Ben Pattie scored a leveller in time added at the end of the first half. The second half was very evenly matched but, unfortunately for the Trams, Karl McCluskey hit a winner for Hendon in time added at the end of the game. Congratulations to Croydon. You did the League proud.

Final Score: Hendon 2-1 Trams

 

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Saturday 06 February

 

FA Vase 5th round replay

 

Ashford United came from 2-0 down at Dunston UTS to win through to the quarter final away to Salisbury. 2-0 down at half time the Nuts & Bolts showed tremendous character and resilience to ignore the downers and keep at their task. Shaun Welford put them on the recovery road after 70 minutes then Michael Phillips levelled with just 3 minutes left to play. Such was the pressure Ashford placed on their hosts that Dunston contrived to put the ball into their own net in the final minute of the game.

A brilliant result was just desert for a magnificent comeback. Can they go on to Wembley? lets just look to the 1/4 final for now but certainly the Nuts & Bolts need fear no-one from here on.

 

Final Score Dunston UTS 2-3 Ashford United

 

Kent Reliance Senior Trophy

 

Corinthian joined the Deres, Nuts & Bolts and Sheppey United in the semi final stage after winning the re-arranged quarter final tie at home to Erith Town. This was a game dominated from the start by an energetic Hoops side who took the lead in the 8th minute by Connor Johnson. Josh James doubled on 21 minutes and the half ended 2-0. Marcus Evans added the 3rd Hoops goal 7 minutes from time but then over-enthusiasm led to them putting the ball into their own net for 3-1. Jamie Billings restored the 3 goal lead with the final action in the final minute. The Hoops now travel to Ashford United for the semi.

Final Score: Hoops 4-1 Dockers

 

Premier Division

 

Leaders Hollands & Blair and AFC Croydon Athletic each had a goal dissallowed before Blair finally scored a valid effort through Tom Michelson in the 64th minute. Blair restore their 6 point lead while the Rams go to 11th place.

Final Score: Blair 1-0 Rams

 

Greenwich Borough may a safety cushion of 12 points between themselves and 3rd place but they were held to a 1-1 draw at Cray Valley PM and so fall behind by 6 points. Mohammed Eisa gave Borough a 52nd minute lead but Tommy Osborne levelled 13 minutes later to share the spoils. The Millers go 12th.

Final Score: Millers 1-1 Borough

 

Lordswood went to Fisher and came away empty handed as the 24th minute Frazer Bent goal was enough to give the Fish all three points. The Lords hold 5th while the Fish are 14th.

Final Score: Fish 1-0 Lords

 

Beckenham Town went 0-1 down by half time thanks to a 45th minute Alex Cardie goal at home to Deal Town. Becks top marksman Jamie Humphry levelled the game 10 minutes into the second half then Marvin Aboliuso hit the winner 8 minutes from full time. Becks bob up to 4th place but Deal are in 15th place.

Final Score: Becks 2-1 Deal

 

Canterbury City overcame a 2-0 deficit to level at 2-2 but Sevenoaks Town had the final word at Homelands. Joe Bingham and Joe Fuller each scored to give the Oaks a 0-2 half time lead. Dave Pilcher converted two spot kicks on 41 and 67 minutes to level but John Lord hit the Oaks winner on 76 minutes. The Oaks are in 7th place and City are 9th.

Final Score: City 2-3 Oaks

 

Erith & Belvedere went 0-1 up at Tunbridge Wells through a 3rd minute Ashley Robinson penalty conversion. Alwayne Jones levelled after 21 minutes then, in the second half, put the Wells in the lead. Jason Pinnock grabbed a share of the spoils with 2 minutes left to play. The Deres are 10th and the Wells remain 2nd bottom.

Final Score: TWells 2-2 Deres

 

Crowborough Athletic won this best of 3 game at Rochester United. Josh Biddlecombe gave the Crows a 16th minute lead and that appeared to be enough to give them all three points. That is until Tom Carr netted for the Spartans for a share of the points. But no! There was still time for Alex Rich to grab a Crows winner in time added at the end. The Crows go into 8th place while the spartans are 17th.

Final Score: Spartans 1-2 Crows

 

Croydon were held to a 1-1 draw by bottom side Holmesdale. Karl Duglin gave the Trams the lead 3 minutes before half time but Aaron Day grabbed the equaliser in the 74th minute. The Trams are 16th and the Dalers are bottom.

Final Score: Dalers 1-1 Trams

 

 

 

 

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