Saturday 11th January 2020
SCEFL Premier Division
The big match of the day gave us another stunning game as Beckenham Town and Sheppey United shared the points at Eden Park Avenue. Luke Rooney gave the home side an early lead but it was quickly all level again when Dan Bradshaw scored soon after. On the hour mark Stefan Cox scored a beauty for Beckenham but it wasn’t to be for the leaders as Bradshaw equalised deep into injury time. Sheppey now move up to 2nd place, just 4 points behind today’s hosts.
Hollands & Blair won for the 4th time in a row as they strengthened their top 5 place in the table. Hosts Fisher were no match for Blair despite taking an early lead through Oneal Rowe. Connor Heffernan, Callum McGeehan and Ben Brown all netted for the visitors before the break with Ricky Freeman putting the game to bed in the second half.
Punjab United severely damaged Tunbridge Wells promotion hopes by sending them away from the Manak Stadium empty handed. A Will Johnson-Cole double followed a Bryan Zepo opener as the hosts earned the 3 points that see them climb to 15th.
Canterbury City came from behind to beat Bearsted and pick up the first win since the big transformation at their club. City were behind at half-time but never gave up and goals from Thomas Ngegba and Liam Middleton were enough to give them an inspired win.
Erith Town are now 8th after making the short journey home from Greenwich Borough with all 3 points. Goals from Danny Gannon and a Steadman Callender double earned the Dockers the win shooting them up 4 places in the table.
AFC Croydon won for the third time in a row as they handed Welling Town a 7th consecutive loss. Jake Rose and Joe Nwoko scored first half efforts in the 2-0 win dropping Welling to 13th place, one above the victorious Rams.
Lordswood left it late but found a winner against K Sports at Martyn Grove. With the game heading for a shutout Luke Medley popped up with the goal that puts the Lords into 11th position. A 4th defeat in a row sees K Sports fall to 16th.
Crowborough Athletic scored first and last as they ended up sharing the spoils with Erith & Belvedere at Park View Road. All 4 goals came in the second half kicking off with Jordan Harrison’s opener for the visitors. Kameiko Pope-Campbell equalised before Ramell Lake gave the Deres the lead. In the final stages of the game Jack Funnell levelled for the Crows leaving the points shared and both sides in the bottom four.
Premier Division Table