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Newsletter
23/10/14

 

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Sunday 26 October

 

FA Cup 4th Round Qualifying

 

Greenwich Borough travel to Worcester City of the Conference First Division North (which is 3 Divisions above SCEFL). City are currently 9th in the table having won 5 drawn 5 and lost 4 of their 14 League games so far. The game takes place on Sunday at the Aggborough Stadium in Kidderminster (DY10 1NB). K.O. 3.00pm
A win at Worcester will equal the record for a Kent League/SCEFL club. Best wishes from all at SCEFL.

 

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Saturday 25 October

 

Premier Division

 

Erith & Belvedere extended their lead at the top to 9 points after this win away to Tunbridge Wells. Colin Richmond put the Deres ahead just before the quarter-hour, Lee Radford pulled the Wells level just before the half-hour then Jamie Lawrence restored the Deres' lead just before half time. Mason Bloomfield scored the only second half goal in the 73rd minute to ensure E&B took all three points. The Wells drop a place to 5th.

Final Score: TWells 1-3 Deres


Ashford United stay in second place after this away draw at Beckenham Town. Jamie Turner put Becks in front in the 12th minute and Stuart Zanone levelled 3 minutes later. Neither side could improve on that scoreline. Becks move up into 4th place.

Final Score: Becks 1-1 Nuts & Bolts

 

Phoenix Sports are just a point behind second place after a very narrow win at home to Deal Town. The only goal of the game came from Russell Bedford in the 8th minute. Deal are still bottom.

Final Score: Phoenix 1-0 Deal


Canterbury City move up into 6th place after winning at home to Croydon who drop down to 17th as a result. The Trams took the lead in the 9th minute through a goal from Ben Mankelow. They maintained their lead until the 75th minute when Dan Lawrence levelled then Kane Hemming hit the City winner 3 minutes later.

Final Score: City 2-1 Trams

 

Corinthian and Holmesdale remain in unchanged table places (9th and 10th respectively) despite an emphatic win by the Dalers on home soil. Daniel Morris opened with a brace before 18 minutes had elapsed, JP Collier added a 3rd on 25 minutes and Lee Prescott made it 4-0 on the stroke of half time. Tom Carlse started the Hoops comeback just after the Hour mark but it fizzled out immediately and two goals from Benga Ogunseye in the last 5 minutes of the game ended the entertainment. 6-1 does not truely describe the difference between these sides as the Hoops only really lacked a finisher or it could have been much closer.

Final Score: Dalers 6-1 Hoops

 

Woodstock Sports drop to 13th place while Fisher go up 4 places to 14th after the visitors took all three points today. Junior James scored the only first half goal just 2 minutes before the break. 10 minutes into the second half George Blake pulled Sports level. However, last word went to the Fish when Mark Chiverton scored their winner 10 minutes from full time.

Final Score: Sports 1-2 Fisher

 

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Respect September

 

The September winners of the RESPECT award are Ashford United with an amazing total of 2 bookings from 7 games giving an average of just 0.28 per game.

 

Erith Town appear at the other end of the table with a dismal 20 yellows from 7 games, 1 red and a technical area dismissal making an average of 4.14 per game.

 

The total of 206 yellow cards was a marked increase on last month when 145 yelloes were brandished but most clubs played more games in this month than last. Red cards were up as well; 11 used in August while 13 were awarded this month, 8 straight reds and 5 second yellows.

 

A big worry is the 4 technical area sendings off (only 1 occurred in August).

 

    Club Av. Pts   Club Av. Pts
             
  1  Ashford United  0.28 11  Lingfield  2.42
  2  Crowborough Athletic  1.00 12  Erith & Belvedere  2.50
  3  Sevenoaks Town  1.20 13  Tunbridge Wells  2.83
  4  Croydon  1.50 14  Corinthian  3.00
  5  Greenwich Borough  1.66 15  Holmesdale  3.16
  6  Lordswood  1.71 16  Deal Town  3.20
  6  Rochester United  1.71 17  Cray Valley PM  3.85
  8  Fisher  1.80 18  Beckenham Town  4.00
  9  Phoenix Sports  2.00 18  Canterbury City  4.00
  9  Woodstock Sports  2.00 20  Erith Town  4.14
             

 

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League Handbook

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The KCFA Handbk/Lib 2014-15
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FA Discipline Handbook 2013-14
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The FA Non-League Regs
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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