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Scorers table updated to include Saturday 21 November



Tuesday 01 December


Premier Division


Greenwich Borough reduced the gap at the top to just 3 points again when they overcame Crowborough Athletic at Princes Park, Dartford. Gary Alexander got things off to a good start for Borough with his 14th minute penalty conversion. Kevin Everest levelled for the Crows on 36 minutes but Jack Clark restored the Borough lead 3 minutes later. Mohammed Eisa added a 3rd Borough goal on the stroke of half time then Billy Bennet made it 4-1 just after the hour mark. Eisa added number 5 with 15 minutes left to give Borough an emphatic win and keep the pressure on from 2nd place.

Final Score: Borough 5-1 Crows



SCEFL Challenge Cup Second Round


Corinthian rushed into a 4-0 lead by half time against Beckenham Town at Gay Dawn Farm with a brace of goals from Michael Hagen and a single each from Luke Tanner and Jack Bath. Adam Wadmore pulled a goal back for Becks 6 minutes into the second half then Marvin Alopiuso reduced the deficit further after 75 minutes. Time ran out for Becks so it is the Hoops who go through to meet Erith & Belvedere at Gay Dawn Farm in the 3rd round.

Final Score: Hoops 4-2 Becks


Wednesday 02 December


Premier Division


Holmesdale have the chance to pull themselves off bottom place if they can win at home to Tunbridge Wells (12th).


Surrey County FA Senior Challenge Cup


The Trams of Croydon are at home to Farnham Town who play in the Combined Counties League Premier Division. Town are in 15th place having won 6, drawn 3 and lost 8 games so far.




Saturday 28 November


Premier Division


Lordswood move up a place to 6th after their 4-4 draw at Deal Town. Enoch Adjei put the Lords in front after just 3 minutes only for Dean Hill to level just before half time. Brendan Cass put the visitors back in front 3 minutes into the second period but Hill levelled again just after the hour mark. Adjei put the Lords in front for the 3rd time and Alwayne Jones gave them a 2 goal lead with 14 minutes left to play. Jack Tanner reduced the deficit with 3 minutes left and Charlie Dickens levelled in time added at the end. Deal lose a place to 18th.

Final Score: Deal 4-4 Lords


Tunbridge Wells travelled to Croydon and ended up on the wrong end of a 1-0 scoreline. Trams top scorer Karl Douglin hit the only goal from the penalty spot after 36 minutes. Trams gain a place to 17th while the Wells go down a place to 12th.

Final Score: Trams 1-0 TWells


Sevenoaks Town move up a place to 11th after their 1-0 win at home to Fisher. The scorer of the only goal was an unknown Fisher player who put into his own net after 19 minutes. The Fish stay in 16th place.

Final Score: Oaks 1-0 Fish




Kent Reliance Senior Trophy Second Round


Canterbury City needed a penalty shoot-out to win through at home to Cray Valley PM. Rob Lawrence gave City the lead just before the half-hour mark then, in time added at the end of the game, Brad Potter forced the penalty competition which City won 3-1.

Final Score: City 1-1 Millers. City won 3-1 on penalties


Corinthian also had to go to penalties at home to Rochester United. No score in the first half so the opener from Ashley Cooper didn't come until the 51st minute. Michael Hagan hit back for the Hoops 2 minutes later but, try as they may, neither side could find that winner. Hoops won the shoot-out by 4-2

Final Score: Hoops 1-1 Spartans. Hoops won 4-2 on Penalties


Erith & Belvedere came from behind at home to AFC Croydon Athletic to win through to the quarter-final. Raheem Sterling-Parker put the Rams in front after 12 minutes but Denzel Gayle levelled just after the half-hour. Jake McKintyre added a second for the Deres and the half ended 2-1 to the home side. Ashley Robinson scored a 3rd for the Deres on 57 minutes.

Final Score: Deres 3-1 Rams



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Beckenham Town went out of the competition at home to Glebe. Jamie Humphries put Becks in front after 14 minutes but Jamie Williams levelled 3 minutes before half time. Humphries restored the Becks lead bang on the hour mark then Williams levelled again 9 minutes later. Colin Mitchell scored what proved to be the winner with 10 minutes left to play.

Final Score: Becks 2-3 Glebe



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Holmesdale travelled to Crockenhill and took the lead through Josh Froggatt's 20th minute goal. Steve Kempster levelled for the Crocks 8 minutes later and the game drifter nearer and nearer to penalties until Alex Chambers hit the Dalers winner in the final minute.

Final Score: Crocks 1-2 Dalers


Erith Town were the 3rd side to go through on penalties after drawing 1-1 in normal time at home to Bearsted. Charlie Edress gave the Bears the lead in the 22nd minute and it wasn't until 10 minutes from full time that Tom Garrick hit the saving goal. The Dockers won the ensuing shoot-out by 5-4.

Final Score: Dockers 1-1 Bears. Dockers won 5-4 on Penalties


Ashford United won through at Gravesham Borough. The Gravesham scorer remains unknown but the Nuts & Bolts scorers were Ryan Palmer, Paul Booth and Shaun Welford who hit 2.

Final Score: Borough 1-4 Nuts & Bolts


Sheppey United won at home to the Amateurs of West Wickham. David Abe put Sheppey in front after just 2 minutes then Andy Constable doubled 15 minutes later. West Wickham's scorer was not reported but their goal came after 72 minutes.

Final Score: Sheppey 2-1 Wickham




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