Saturday 10th October
Bridon Ropes 2-4 Croydon
FC Elmstead 0-4 Rusthall
Greenways 2-1 Forest Hill Park
Kent Football Utd 2-1 Lewisham Borough
Snodland Town 1-3 SC Thamesmead
20 goals from the 5 First Division games today and with the top 3 in FA Vase action some of the other promotion contenders took their opportunity to throw themselves amongst the leading pack in the Division.
Greenways are one of those contenders as with a 4th win from 5 games they are now level on points with leaders Kennington.
Their 2-1 against Forest Hill Park at Cobown today was given to them thanks to an Aaron Kleman double, the 4th and 5th goals of the season for the Green’s frontman.
SC Thamesmead won for the 3rd time this past week and 4th time in a row to move into the top 3 in the table.
Today’s victory came at Snodland Town despite falling behind to an opener from Jim Matthews. Mayowa Olufeko got the equaliser, to continue his record of scoring in EVERY game so far, then England Kurti and Mason Simms also scored to give the Acre a well-earned win once again.
Croydon are also showing good form and are still unbeaten in the league following a 4-2 victory at Bridon Ropes.
JP Rylah claimed a double alongside goals from Andy Somo and Jubril Adamson as the Trams moved into 5th place, just a point off the top.
Rusthall are back. And back in style! The Rustics have had a tough start to the campaign but they put that behind them today to win 4-0 away at FC Elmstead.
James Miles, Reuel Powell-Downey and Tommy Lawrence were all on target for Rusthall in a win that puts them firmly back in the top half.
Kent Football United picked up their 2nd win of the season, and like previous one it was a 2-1 victory at home as they sent Lewisham Borough away from the Efes Stadium empty handed.
Allof the goals came in the second half, with Callum Flynn and Charlie Tagg scoring for the hosts before Kai Bichard set up a tense final few minutes to the game with his goal for Borough.
Kent Football United are now in 9th position just ahead of their opponents in 10th.