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Newsletter
13/11/14

 

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Saturday 22 November

 

FA Carlsberg Vase Second Round

 

Five Ties saw 5 SCEFL clubs through to this year's round three with Ashford United still to play. The Dockers of Erith are the only casualties today

 

Greenwich Borough travelled to Crawley Down Gatwick.
Final Score: Greenwich 3-1 Crawley

 

 

Phoenix Sports took an early lead in this all-SCEFL tie at Erith Town when Yacine Gnahore fired hopme after just 6 minutes. That was it for the first half but 3 minutes into the second Ricky Freeman doubled the Sports lead. Freeman added number 3 in the 65th minute.
Final Score: Dockers 0-3 Sports

 

 

Picture by Alan Coomes - more here

 

League leaders Erith & Belvedere went a goal down away to Horsham YMCA when Anthony Hibbert netted after 11 minutes. Half time came and went before Adam Marsh levelled on 69 minutes then Joe Minter put the Deres in front 4 minutes from full time.
Final Score: Horsham 1-2 Deres

 

Lingfield led by 2-0 at Chessington & Hook United thanks to goals from Simon Wallace and Dan Firth and the half time scored sat at 2-0. In the second half Wallace added his second, lingers 3rd, Warren and Longridge each added another.

Final Score: Lingers 5-1 C&H

 

Tunbridge Wells went 1-0 up at Combined Counties side Westfield through a Joe Fuller 4th minute goal. Westfield replied in the 22nd minute, Michael MIlne their marksman but Brendan Cass secured a 1-2 half time scoreling in favout of the Wells with his 43rd minute strike. Lee Radford added the 3rd Wells goal 4 minutes into the second half and Fuller doubled his tally with goal 4 on 56 minutes. Fuller went on to complete his hat-trick 5 minutes from time.

Final Score: Westfield 1-5 TWells

 

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Premier Division

Beckenham Town took a 2-0 lead after Jamie Humphreys scored a brace in the first half hour but Dal Lawrence pulled one back for Canterbury City on the stroke of half time. Dan Gonzalez levelled the game on the hour mark before Ben Gorman added the 3rd City goal for them to lead 8 minutes from the end.

Final Score: Becke 2-3 City

 

Sevenoaks Town had a real see-saw tussell with Corinthian at Greatness Park. Mohammed Eisa started of with a brace in the first 16 minutes but 2 goals in the final minute of the half from Andy Constable and Tom Skelton saw the teams go in even stevens at the break. In the second half Brima Daramy restored the Hoops lead but Richmond Kissi levelled on the hour. Constable added the Oaks 4th on 68 minutes and Kissi made it 5-3 9 minutes after that. Mohammed Eisa started the come-back with his 79th minute hat-trick goal then Diego Da Silva added a brace in the final 8 minutes to snatch all three points.

Final Score: Oaks 5-6 Hoops

 

Deal Town drew to within a point od the Doakers at the bottom after this win at Holmesdale. Andy Miller and Martin Austin scored Deal's goals, both in the first half.

Final Score: Dalers 0-2 Deal

 

Lordswood snatched a late late winner at Crowborough Athletic. Adam Hooper scored the first for the Lords in the 9th minute but within 5 minutes Scott Treleaven had levelled. Jimmy Fuller restored the Lords lead in the 28th minute but Wayne Clarke levelled before half time. The winner for Lords came in time added at the end from Jimmy Funnel.

Final Score: Crown 2-3 Lords

 

Rochester United nicked a winner in time added at the end in this game against Croydon at the Croydon Arena. Ricky Gundry was the Spartans hero.

Final Score: Trams 0-1 Spartans

 

Woodstock Sports took the three points on offer with the only goal of the game at Fisher. Brett Ince was the points saver just after the hour mark.

Final Score: Fish 0-1 Sports

 

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Tuesday 25 November

 

FA Carlsberg Vase Second Round

 

Ashford United are on the road to the Sussex town of Hassocks. They play in the Sussex County First Division where they lie in 17th place. They have won 2, drawn 6 and lost 7. They got to this stage after beating Corinthian in the 1st round.

 

Surrey Senior Cup Second Round

 

Beckenham Town travel to Merstham of the Ryman Isthmian League First Division South.

 

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Wednesday 26 November

 

Premier Division

 

Woodstock Sports welcome Rochester United.

 

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League Handbook

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FA Discipline Handbook 2013-14
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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