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Friday November 7

# First Division

Leaders K Sports went to 4th placed FC Elmstead or this Friday evening game where their 1-3 away win put them 5 points clear at the top. James Alderman and Bailey Pearce gave Sports a 0-2 lead before Charlie Sharman pulled one back for Elmstead. In the 2nd half Caine Smith added his name to the scoresheet to round the match off.

Transfers

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Keep up-to-date with who's moved to where.
No transfer 'fees' are divulged but the changes in personnel are here.

Top Scorers

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The top scorers table has been updated to include goals from Sat November 11 here.

Saturday November 18

#Premier Division

A total of 27 Premier Division goals scored in 9 League games. Average 3 per game.

Leaders Sevenoaks Town saw their lead cut to just 2 points after they were held to a 0-0 draw at Canterbury City. This is only the 3rd time the Oaks have failed to take all 3 points and they still have at least 1 game in hand over all but Whitstable Town. City are in 11th place.
Croydon remain in 2nd place after a narrow 0-1 win at Beckenham Town. Stephan Joseph scored the lone goal. Becks are in 6th place.
in 3rd are Crowborough Athletic. They enjoyed a 0-2 win at Erith Town n which Tom Phipp and Henry Muggeridge were the Crows scorers. The Dockers are 14th.
Corinthian shared a 1-1 draw with Cray Valley PM and are 4th as a result. Sam Bewick scored for the Hoops but, in time added at the end of the game, an unknown player scored for the Millers which puts them into 16th place.
Lordswood, whose game was postponed due to floodlight problems, lie in 5th place.
Sheppey United ran out of steam at AFC Croydon Athletic as they were seen off by 4-2 and they drop into 7th place. Nahum Green opened for the Rams then Dan Bradshaw levelled but Luis Medina put the home side back in front at half time. Green doubled his tally and Emanuel Oloyede made it 4-1 before Luke Harvey scored or the Ites in time added at the end.




Bearsted
are steady in 8th place after they had a 2-1 win at home to bottom club Hollands & Blair. Constantine Scarlet and Reece Collins each scored for the Bears before Ed Morant pulled one back 5 minutes from full time.
Whitstable Town, the only club to have played less games than the leaders (12), went to the Culverden Stadium home of Tunbridge Wells and came away with 3 points. Ricky Freeman's 79th minute winner puts the Natives in 9th place to The Wells 18th.
Deal Town are 12th. They were due to play Lordswood today.
Glebe, 13th, had the highest score in the Premier Division when they won 2-5 at Rochester United. Laurant Hamici scored a hat-trick, Peter Sweeney scored a single and the other goal scorer was not reported. Luke Saggers opened for the Spartans and the 2nd scorer was also not reported.
In 15th place sit Chatham Town after they recorded a 1-4 victory at Rusthall. Stephen Harper gave the Rustics the best possible start with a penalty conversion in the 1st minute. From then on there was only 1 team scoring. Kyron Lightfoot, Jesse Darko (2) and Michael Hagan did the business for the Chats. the Rustics are in 17th place.

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Action from Fisher v Lydd Town. Picture by Alan Coomes. More here

#First Division

A total of 47 First Division goals scored in 7 League games. Average almost 7 per game.

Punjab United are 2nd and just 2 points adrift of top place with a game in hand and with a superior goal difference. That was helped no end by the 7 goals they scored today at Gravesham Borough while conceding just the 1.William Johnson-Cole and Anthony Adesite each scored a brace whils Arun Suman, Luke Adams and George Goodman each hit singles. Mark Chiverton scored to Gravesham goal which levelled the game at 1-1 at the time. Gravesham remain on the bottom.
Snodland Town remain in 3rd place and they scored 5 in the early kick-off at Crockenhill for nil in reply. Strength in depth is the order of the day at Snodland as 5 different scorers got on the scoresheet. They were Liam Reeves, Tow Callet, Harry Dawes, Liam Gillies and Reece Gillies. The Crocks are in 18th place.
Fisher grabbed the highest score in the League as they ran out 9-1 winners at home to a luckless Lydd Town. Toyeed Babatunde scored a fishy hat-trick and Rob Brown scored a brace. Luke Hadarovic, Jamie Brown, Mathieu Ramsamy and Jack Bullock each scored singles. Tim Sims hit the Lydd goal which puts them in 9th place.




Bridon Ropes
lie in 5th place and they won 3-1 at home to SC Thamesmead. In fact it was Thamesmead who took the lead in the 1st half through Josh Patrick's 45th minute strike. In the 2nd half the Rpoes came off the ropes to score 3 via Tyler Anderson-Parr, Joe Hall and Henry Dasofunjo. Thamesmead are in 11th place.
Billy Shinners put Stansfeld in front and they led 1-0 at half time. Holmesdale (7th) came back in the 2nd half when Andy Constable levelled but Greg Summersby and Shinners each scored for 3-1 before Kevin Cozma pulled another one back in time added at the end. Stansfeld are 10th.
Kent Football United are 8th after their 4-4 draw at Forest Hill Park. Jay Burke put the home side in front before Reece Barret, Nicholas Gonslaves, Austin Garacus and Tunde Aderonmu each scored for a 1-4 half time scoreline. It lookd all over until Antwon McKenzie, Adam Toubal and Hanif-Charles Berry earned FHP a point. FHP are in 15th place.
And finally, Lewisham Borough came back from 1-0 down to win 1-2 at Sutton Athletic. Adam Wadmore scored first for Sutton then, in the 2nd half, Jamie Richards and George Marsden nicked all three points.

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