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Tuesday 06 October


SCEFL Challenge Cup First Round


The first of 3 first round ties is scheduled for tonight where Lordswood welcome Rochester United.



Premier Division


9th Placed Canterbury City travel to the Charles Sports Ground to play Deal Town, currently 16th.



Parafix Sussex Senior Challenge Cup First Round


Crowborough Athletic are at home to Broadbridge Heath who are currently 9th in the Combined Counties Premier Division.




Wednesday 07 October


SCEFL Challenge Cup First Round


The second of 3 first round ties is scheduled for tonight where Cray Valley PM host Tunbridge Wells.



Premier Division


Erith Town have the chance to return to top spot if they can overcome the challenge of 10th placed Beckenham Town at Badgers Sports Ground.


AFC Croydon Athletic are in 12th place and they travel to play 17th placed Holmesdale.




Saturday 03 October


Premier Division


Ashford United drop one place to 6th place after losing at Greenwich Borough who move up 3 places to 4th. Ryan Palmer put the Nuts & Bolts in front after 5 minutes but Danny Phillips restored the equlibrium on 18 minutes for a 1-1 half time scoreline. Paul Booth then put Ashford back in front on the hour but a Gary Alexander 64th minute penalty put the sides level again. Alexander went on to complete his hat-trick on 86 and 88 minutes to give Borough the points.

Final Score: Borough 4-2 Nuts & Bolts.


Erith & Belvedere hit a last minute equaliser at home to Tunbridge Wells to ensure a share of the spoils. Andreas Felipe Losada Tobon (that's one person) put the Deres in front on 10 minutes only for Ian Parsons to levell 10 minutes later. Just before the break Ben Hunt gave the Wells a 2-1 lead but, in the final minute, Enoch Akosah stole a point for the Deres. The two sides now reside side by side in 7th and 8th places respectively.

Final Score: Deres 2-2 TWells.



FA Vase 2nd Round Qualifying


8 go through and 5 go home with 4 waiting in the wings with byes to round 2.

The next round draw will be held on Monday at lunchtime.


Cray Valley PM are through after an away win at Banstead Athletic. Luke Harvey was the Millers hero today netting 4 times, the first after 10 minutes. The A's came back when Sean Bradley equalised on 26 minutes then burst into the lead through a  Sean White goal 2 minutes later. The half-time talk must have fired the team up as Harvey hit his second 9 minutes in to level at 2-2. Rory Hill added the Miller's 3rd in the 73rd minute before Harvey completed his hat-trick 4 minutes later. He got his 4th 8 minutes from time before Paul Gross ended the show by scoring number 6.

Final Score: A's 2-6 Millers


Beckenham Town won at home to Redhill. Richmond Kissi scored the first Becks goal after 28 minutes then Adam Allen calmed the Becks nerves with the second goal 7 minutes into the second half.

Final Score: Becks 2-0 Redhill.


Canterbury City welcomed Tooting & Mitcham Wanderers to Homelands and booked a place in Mondays draw with a 2-0 win. Sam Hallett made certain a slow rolling ball went over the line after just 5 minutes. Rob Lawrence made certain of their passage with a goal 2 minutes after the restart.

Final Score: City 2-0 Wanderers.


Corinthian played host to Lingfield and had a convincing second half which sees them in the hat come Monday. No goals in the first half then Mark Axell scored in the 57th minute. Oscar Housego made it 2-0 with 8 minutes left. Enough time for Michael Hagan to bag a brace.

Final Score: Hoops 4-0 Lingers.


Croydon won at home to Horsham YMCA but only after a slight come-back scare. Tristan Toney put the Trams in front after 39 minutes but, in the second half, Ash Dugdale put YM back in the game with his 73rd minute strike. Toney did the necessary 4 minutes later and the Trams reached the terminus intact.

Final Score: Trams 2-1 YM.


Deal Town are on the FA winning road again after their 3-0 victory at Eastbourne United AFC. Ryan Philpott put Deal on the front foot after 20 minutes but it was a nervy 70+ minutes later that Mitch Knight scored the second in time added at the end. There was still time on the referee's timepiece for Rene Rivera to score a 3rd Deal goal.

Final Score: AFC 0-3 Deal.


Lordswood went off to Mile Oak who play in the Southern Combination First Division and had an early scare when Mile Oak's Dominic Shepherd gave the home side the lead after 27 minutes. Half time came and went before Ben Francis levelled the scores 2 minutes after the restart. Nick Gonsalves then converted not one but two penalties in the space of 6 minutes to give the Lords a 3-1 lead. Francis scored his second for 1-4 after 71 minutes before Oak secured a second in time added at the end.

Final Score: Oak 2-4 Lords


Hollands & Blair are out while AFC Croydon Athletic are in. Fergus Ward and Raheem Sterling-Parker (2) were the AFC scorers but when they scored is a mystery.

Final Score Blair 0-3 AFC.



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Erith Town are out of the competition after losing in extra time at home to Kent Invicta League side Bridon Ropes. Oliver Soulsby gave Ropes the lead after 37 minutes only for Tom Garrick to equalise 6 minutes into the second half. Extra Time reared it's ugly head and it was Jacob DeVires of Bridon who scored the only extra time goal.

Final Score: Dockers 1-2 Ropes.


Fisher also bid farewell to the Vase after losing 3-0 to Hailsham Town of the Southern Combination League Premier Division. Jacob Shilton opened the scoring with the only first half goal after 11 minutes. Sam Divall made it 2-0 10 minutes into the second half and Danny Leach finished things off on 72 minutes.

Final Score: Hailsham 3-0 Fish.


Rochester United lost to Steyning Town Community FC by a single goal to nil. Craig Knowles scored the only goal after 5 minutes..

Final Score: Spartans 0-1 Steyning.


Sevenoaks Town won the first half by 3-0 at home to Haywards Heath Town but lost the second by the same margin. Michael Fahm, Austin Gacheru and Ross Ibbertson each netted for the Oaks before Heath woke up and Nathan Cooper, Fred Barker and Josh Bryant combined to force extra time. Max Miller was not being comedic when he hit the Heath winner in the 108th minute.

Final Score: Oaks 3-4 Heath.





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