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"Important Notice"

Due to the enforced retirement on ill health grounds of the current incumbent, the League is looking for a new Secretary to assume duties before the end of this current season. The role of the secretary forms the most important link between the football authorities, the league itself and clubs.

Candidates must be able to demonstrate strong administrative skills as well as being IT literate and be familiar with Word, Powerpoint and Excel, as well as knowledge and understanding of FA Rules and FA Directives. Knowledge and understanding of FA Full-Time and the Whole Game System would be a bonus.

For a more detailed job description or to directly apply please contact League Chair Denise Richmond on chair@scefl.com. before 27th February 2017.

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"FA Cup and FA Vase entry for 2017-18"

Entry for next season's FA Cup and Vase competitions must be applied for and paid for online. Clubs have received application information by email and the closing date for entries is Saturday 1st April

Sunday February 26

Premier Division
Cray Valley PM v Ashford United

Tuesday February 28

Premier Division
Bearsted v Sevenoaks Town


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"Manager-of-the-Month"
Its own page this week,

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Manager-of-the-Month returns from February, Premier & 1st division managers will be presented with a trophy based on their club's record for that month.

we are pleased to announce the sponsors for the awards are Trophies & Gifts of Canterbury,


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Kent Reliance Senior Trophy Final
Sunday April 9th

Ashford United v Cray Valley PM

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Top Scorers

The scorers table is up to date including February 18th goals click here. Please remember that only SCEFL league and league cup goals count and that goalscorers are taken from the teamsheets submitted via Full Time.

Wednesday February 21 Update

SCEFL Challenge Cup Quarter Final

Ashford United made their way into the semi-final draw by winning 2-0 at Cray Valley PM. Ryan Palmer and Rory Hill scored the goals.

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Match action from Cray v Ashford. Picture by Alan Coomes - more here
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Saturday February 18 update

Premier Division

Jason Goodchild and Shaun Welford each scored in Ashford United's 2-1 win at home to 18th placed Tunbridge Wells. The Wells scorer was not reported. The Nuts & Bolts maintain a 1 point lead at the top over Crowborough Athletic but the Crows have a game in hand and their 3-1 win at Corinthian means the pressure is pretty high on the top spot. Dan Perry, Wayne Clarke and Lee Carey were the Crows target men while the Hoops goal came from Michael Hogan. They are in 10th place.
Sevenoaks Town suffered a 0-2 set-back at home to Whitstable Town but stay in 3rd place. The Natives go into 7th spot and their goals both came from Kane Rowland. Sheppey United were also on the wrong end of the 3-1 scoreline at home to AFC Croydon Athletic. The Rams scorers were Warren Mfula, Ben Rayner and Ryan Smith and Ross Paget scored for the home side. The Islanders hold on to 4th place while the Rams are in 5th.
Next in the table in 6th place come
Cray Valley PM who shared a 1-1 draw at Deal Town (this follows a 2-2 KST semi final draw in mid-week. These sides are hard to separate). The Deal goal came from Kane Smith while Aaron Rhule scored for the Millers. Deal are in 13th place. Hollands & Blair are 8th following their 3-1 win at Erith & Belvedere. James Mcdonald scored a Blair brace and Tom Mitchelson got the other Blair goal. Grant Brown scored for The Deres who now reside in 17th place.
Canterbury City were the day's top scorers with their 4-1 win at Lordswood. Dave Pilcher scored a City hat-trick and Mikey Young scored the other. David Smith hit the Lords goal. City are 9th while the Lords are in 16th place. Meanwhile, Rochester United fell by a single Mick Stewart goal to provide Beckenham Town with their 4th win so far. The Spartans are in 11th place but Becks remain on the bottom.
Croydon had a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Fisher which was the Fish's 4th season win. Juan Pineda scored the lone goal. The Trams are in 12th place while the Fish swim just above the bottom in 19th. And finally, The Bears of Bearsted notched a best of 3 win at Erith Town. Keelan Mooney and Matt Gardener were on target for The Bears who are in 14th place while the Dockers scorer was Quentin Conteh and they are 15th.

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First Division

Rusthall continue to rule the roost and lead by 5 points after their 3-1 win at home to FC Elmstead. Andy Constable scored a Rusthall brace and Dan Mitchell got the other. Aaron Guard scored for FC Elmstead who are in 14th. However, Glebe are 2nd and they have 4 games in hand. They won by 4-0 at home to Gravesham Borough. Fred Obasa opened the Glebe scoreline then Aaron Jeffrey scored a hat-trick. Gravesham are in 18th place.
Kent Football United are 3rd after their 4-2 win at Lewisham Borough. Stuart Zanone scored 2 then Luke Coleman and Marcus Cassius rounded off the KFU scoring. Sean Irvine and Reece Walker scored for Borough. K Sports remain in 4th place having seen off Forest Hill Park with a 4-1 win at home. Robert Norman, Caine Smith (2), and Jason Perry were the K Sports scorers and Tulani Pama scored for Park.
Sutton Athletic are in 5th place following their 4-1 win at home to 17th placed Crockenhill. Arlie Desanges scored a hat-trick and Chris McGinty got the other. Ray Knight scored for the Crocks. Bridon Ropes, in 6th, suffered a 2-1 set-back at 13th placed Snodland Town. Tom Cackett and Curtis Reilly each scored for Snodland and John Woodcock scored for Bridon Ropes.
Lydd Town are in 7th place having had a best of 5 win at home to 9th placed Holmesdale. James Everitt, Reece Mortimer and Steve Harris were the Lydd scorers while Reggie Yembra and Jamie Williams scored for the Dalers. Phoenix Sports Reserves had a 1-0 win at Sporting Club Thamesmead which sees the clubs in 10th and 16th respectively. Malik Ouani scored the goal.
And finally, Orpington, who are 11th, lost 4-0 at 15th placed Meridian VP. James Brown, Daniel Akintimehin and Chas Davis (2) were the scorers.

Vacancies

Let us know of any vacancies and we will publish them here for you, e/mail details to webeditor@scefl.com

Errors/mistakes:
Any errors or mistakes on our website can be embarrasing. If you notice any please spare our blushes and let me know via webeditor@scefl.com
Thanks, ED