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Saturday's round-up here

 

Easter Weekend

 

The race is a two horse affair now. Whyteleafe need a point from 2 games to take the Championship. Ashford must win both their last two if they are to be winners this season.

 

Monday 21 April

 

Premier Division

 

Congratulations to Whyteleafe who are Champions and congratulations also to Ashford United who are runners-up in their first season at step 5.

 

Whyteleafe took the title with a 2-0 win at home to Ashford United. In a lively game the Leafe looked the more likely to score although throughout the game Ashford had their moments when they could easily have netted. Bentley Graham scored the Leafe's first goal 6 minutes before the break then Greg Andrews added the second to finally deflate the opposition 8 minutes from full time.

Final Score 2-0

 

 

 

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Woodstock Sports started well at home to Fisher when Rob Weller scored the opening goal after 13 minutes. However, in the second half Mike Samaria levelled after 65 minutes then Jay Garrick nicked the winner with 3 minutes left to play.

Final Score 1-2

 

Tunbridge Wells improved their goal difference with an emphatic win at Sevenoaks Town. Jake Beecroft opened in the 34th minute before Jamie Davis levelled 6 minutes later. Before half time Lee Radford restored the Wells' lead. Half time 1-2.

Jon Pilbeam added the Wells' 3rd goal 2 minutes into the second half then Joe Fuller made it 4-1 just after the hour mark. Final word went to Elliott Everson who made it 1-5.

Final Score 1-5

 

Erith Town stay 4th after winning at home to Rochester United. After a goal-less first half Aaron Firth broke the stalemate after 75 minutes to put the Dockers 1-0 up. United were woken by this and replied within 3 minutes through Ricky Gundry. Firth grabbed the winner with 5 minutes left to play.

Final Score 2-1

 

Beckenham Town are now just 2 points behind Phoenix Sports in 7th place after taking all three points with an 87th minute penalty winner at home to Canterbury City. Becks Jamie Humphries scored in the opening minute then Alfie Nunn added a second in the 18th minute. Before the break Liam Hrehorow pulled a goal back for City. In the first minute of the second half Jake Britnell restored Becks 2 goal advantage until Lloyd Wooford scored and then Alex Kendal netted what looked to be a point-saving goal 6 minutes from time. But more drama was to come in the form of that late penalty which James Marshall converted to give Becks the win.

Final Score 4-3

 

Deal Town ended up losing by 3 clear goals at home to Holmesdale. Ryan Philpott scored the only first half goal. What ever was said in the Dalers changing room at half time clearly worked as Cairo Donadio, Zak Henry, and Nick Wybrow all netted before Bengi Ogunseye added a brace for 5-1. Philpott got a second for Deal in the final minute.

Final Score 2-5

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Wednesday 23 April

 

The penultimate date of this season will not see any further changes to winners and losers. Some good matches though.

 

Premier Division

 

Canterbury City welcome Corinthian to Winch's Field, Cray Valley PM have their last home game at Badger Sports against Lordswood, Greenwich Borough host Holmesdale and Rochester United are at home for the final time this term against Phoenix Sports.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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FA Discipline Handbook 2013-14
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Hat Trick Heroes

 

Rikki Cable, Erith Town 10/08 L
Ricky Freeman, Phoenix Sports 26/08 Lge
Alfie Nunn, Beckenham Town 14/09 Lge
Michael Smissen, Ashford Utd 24/09 Lge
Charlie Vines, Cray Valley 27/11 LSC
Stuart Zanone, Greenwich Boro 11/01/14
Rob Welling, W'stock Sp 05/03/14 LgeCup
Aaron Jeffery(4), Erith Town 12/04/14 Lge

Taylor Smith, Whyteleafe 21/08 FAC
Ricky Freeman, Phoenix Sports 31/08 Lge
Jermeel Jno Baptiste, Sevenoaks 17/09 Lge
Ricky Freeman, Phoenix Sports 05/10 KST
Roscoe Dsane, Whyteleafe 30/11 Lge
Travis Gregory, Beckenham 22/02 LgeCup
Junior James, Fisher 01/04 Lge

Kieron Byrne, Ashford United 26/08 Lge
Harry Smith (4), Sevenoaks Town 07/09 FAC
Jeff Duah Kessie, Greenwich Boro 22/09 FAV
Laurent Hamici, Cray Valley 12/10 Lge
Sam Clayton, Whyteleafe 28/12 Lge
Ian Parsons, T Wells 22/02 Lge
Jason Thompson,Whyteleafe 01/04 Lge