Tuesday December 12
Two Games were scheduled for this evening, Leaders Sevenoaks Town moved 5 points clear after winning 3-0 at home to Lordswood. Byron Walker scored one 1st half goal then completed his hat trick in the 2nd half.
Whitstable Town v AFC Croydon Athletic was postponed.
Saturday December 9
Action from Glebe v Tunbridge Wells. Picture by Alan Coomes. More here
Top dogs Sevenoaks Town travelled to Bottom side Hollands & Blair and enjoyed a 1-3 victory. The Oaks now lead by 2 clear points with 2 games in hand. Jack Miles and Billy Bennett each scored for a half time 0-2 lead then Frankie Sawyer added a 3rd six minutes into the 2nd half. Blair picked up a consolation which came almost inevitably from James McDonald.
Crowborough Athletic move up form 4th to 2nd after a blistering 6-1 home win against Rochester United. Incredibly it was just 1-0 at half time thanks to a Zac Attwood 31st minute strike. In the 2nd half Ross Treleaven hit a brace, Attwood scored a 2nd and Jack Turner and Tom Phipp each scored singles. Jai McKinlay scored the Spartans consolation 8 minutes from full time. Rochester are 19th.
Into 3rd place and level on points with 2nd Beckenham Town swept Deal Town aside with another 6-1 performance. Shameek Farrell scored the 1st and 2nd Becks goals while Sam Wilson scored in between for Deal. Jake Britnall made it 3-1 at half time then Richard Atkins, George Benner and Huender Santos each scored 2nd half goals. Deal are in 11th place.
Croydon drop from 2nd to 4th after their 2-2 draw at Canterbury City who are 14th. Bradley Wilson put the Trams in front after 4 minutes then Matt Martin and Sam Lawford each scored for City to give them a 2-1 half time lead. Lauris Chin scored the Trams leveller in the 68th minute for a share of the points.
Whitstable Town moved above their hosts Corinthian to 5th place after their emphatic 0-5 victory at Gay Dawn Farm. Danny Williams hit a hat-trick while a.n.other and Owen Fitt each scored singles in the final moments. The Hoops are now 6th.
Lordswood are 7th after their 3-1 defeat at the hands of Cray Valley PM. Helge Orome actually put the Lords in front after 14 minutes but Ben Francis (17) and Joe N'Guessen (28) gave the Millers a 2-1 half time lead. Matt Parsons added a 3rd Miller goal in the final minute to put them in 15th place.
Sheppey United are 10th after losing 2-1 at Rusthall. Stephen Harper scored the only 1st half goal then Luke Girt levelled midway through the 2nd half. Steve Smith grabbed all three points with his 87th minute winner. The Rustics are 17th.
Erith Town lost 1-0 at Chatham Town and it was Reece Butler who dealt the deciding blow with his 63rd minute strike. The Dockers are 12th while the Chats are 13th.
And Finally, Glebe (16th) and Tunbridge Wells (18th) shared a 0-0 draw at Foxbury Avenue.
Scott Porter, Whitstable Town
Dean Harrison, Fisher
K Sports came within 2 minutes of being toppled from their top spot but Matt Gethin's 88th minute winner against Holmesdale means they remain a point ahead of the pack. The Dalers remain in 7th place.
Punjab United stay 2nd after a 1-3 win at FC Elmstead. A Joe Loft single and an Adam Cuthbert penalty conversion gave United a 2-0 lead before Jordan Samuel pulled one back before half time to give Elmstead hope. Those hopes were dashed, however, when Cesk Fakinos scored the 3rd United goal just after the hour mark. Elmstead drop a place to 6th.
3rd placed Snodland Town who have played 1 game more than the top 2 were rested today. However, with their 5 point lead over 4th place they were not going to be overtaken..
Fisher remain in 4th place, now just 2 points behind 3rd and with 2 or 3 games in hand over those above. They won 3-0 at home to Sutton Athletic who are in 16th place. Trey Small scored a hat-trick of Fish goals.
Up to 5th place go Bridon Ropes after their 1-2 win at Lydd Town. Gary Lockyer put the hosts in front after 24 minutes but Joe Hall made it all square by half time. It looked like the spoils were going to be shared until, in time added at the end, Tyler Anderson-Part nicked it for Bridon. Lydd are 9th.
Kent Football United and SC Thamesmead shared a 3-3 draw and they sit in 8th and 10th places respectively as a result. Jamie Pearson opened for KFU then Jamie Williams levelled before half time. In the 2nd half goals from Austin Ganchera and Jamie Parson for KFU and a brace from Josh Patrick for Thamesmead made up the scoring action.
Stansfeld stretched their scoring muscles by hitting 5 for no return at Forest Hill Park. Adam Ball scored the lone 1st half goal then Michael McKenna, Billy Jolley, Billy Shinners and Ball each scored in the 2nd half. Stansfeld lie in 11th place with FHP in 15th.
Joe Matthews and Dominic Odasanya each scored for Erith & Belvedere within the opening 14 minutes at Phoenix Sports Reserves and that scoreline remained for the rest of the 90 minutes. The Deres are 12th and The Ressies are 14th.
Finally, Gravesham Borough lifted off 2nd bottom and now sit in 17th place after winning 0-1 at 13th placed Meridian VP. Jason Eregene scored the only goal on 50 minutes.
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