December 2017

Premier: Jason Huntley

First: James Doherty

November 2017

Premier: Scott Porter, Whitstable Town

First: Dean Harrison, Fisher

October 2017

Premier: Ernie Batten, Sheppey United

First: Kris Browning K Sports

September 2017

Premier: Kevin Rayner, AFC Croydon Athletic

First: Jugjit 'Chipie' Sian, Punjab Utd

August 2017

Premier: Scott Porter, Whitstable Town

First: Kris Browning, K Sports

Manager-of-the-Month Awards


Beckenham Town have been on an excellent run of late which has put them into a challenging position near the top of the table. Jason Huntley led his side to four straight league wins in December in games at home to Deal Town and away at Tunbridge Wells, AFC Croydon Athletic and Cray Valley (PM). Their only disappointment was their exit from the FA Vase at the hands of Eastbourne Town at the start of the month.

James Doherty has only recently taken over the helm at Bridon Ropes but he led his side to a five match unbeaten run in December scoring eighteen goals in the process. Home wins against Snodland Town and Lewisham Borough and away victories at Lydd Town and Gravesham Borough came after a home draw against Phoenix Sports Reserves at the beginning of the month. This good run of form has put Bridon Ropes into a top four position.


Scott Porter led his Whitstable Town side to six straight wins in the month which saw them move into a strong position in the table with four league wins against Bearsted, Chatham Town, Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall and progress through to the 3rd round of the FA Vase and the Kent Senior Trophy.
This is Scott's second award this season having picked up the trophy in August.

Fisher enjoyed a good run in November winning all three of their matches. Dean Harrison's side had league wins over Sporting Club Thamesmead and Lydd Town and triumphed over Corinthian Casuals to progress to the next round of the London Senior Trophy.


Kevin Rayner's AFC Croydon Athletic sat top of the Premier Division at the end of September after month of league wins over Deal, Tunbridge Wells, Cray Valley, Erith Town and Beckenham.

Meanwhile Jugjit Sian and Punjab United quickly settled into life in Division 1, taking top spot after wins over Forest Hill, SC Thamesmead, Kent Football United, Crockenhill and Bridon Ropes in September.


Whitstable Town's Scott Porter oversaw 4 straight wins in the League during the month of August to win the monthly title.

Kris Browning of K Sports took the 1st Division monthly title after his side were unbeaten during the month with 4 wins and a draw.