On This Day – 15th March

SCEFL On this Day

On This Day – 15th March – 2014

SCEFL Premier Division 

Canterbury City 0 – 2 Erith Town
Deal Town 3 – 2 Phoenix Sports
Fisher 1 – 2 Corinthian
Greenwich Borough 0 – 2 Ashford United
Holmesdale 1 – 2 Tunbridge Wells
Whyteleafe 3 – 0 Lordswood
Woodstock Sports 0 – 1 Cray Valley PM

7 games 7 winners on this Saturday 7 years ago with eventual champions Whyteleafe the most comfortable victors of the day, beating Lordswood 3-0.
Runners-up Ashford United won at Greenwich Borough while fellow high-flyers, Erith Town, won 2-0 at Canterbury.
Deal Town came out best in a 5-goal game with Phoenix Sports and Corinthian returned from Fisher with all 3 points.
Tunbridge Wells won at Holmesdale and Cray Valley beat the basement boys Woodstock Sports by a solitary goal.


On This Day – 15th March – 2016

SCEFL Premier Division

Crowborough Athletic 2-2 Deal Town
Lordswood 0-0 Rochester United

Crowborough Athletic came back from 2-0 down to share the points at home to Deal Town.
Rene Rivera scored the only first half goal after 16 minutes then in the 73rd minute Grant Bagley doubled to put Deal on the winning straight. However, Callum Ridley had different ideas and his brace in the final 10 minutes earned the Crows a point.
Crows remain in 10th place and Deal are 12th.
Lordswood and Rochester United shared a goal-less draw tonight so the Lords stay in 3rd place while Rochester are 15th.


On This Day – 15th March – 2017

SCEFL Premier Division

Canterbury City 2-1 Erith & Belvedere
Erith Town 3-2 Croydon
Hollands & Blair 0-1 Tunbridge Wells

SCEFL Challenge Cup

Sevenoaks Town 1-1 Ashford United

SCEFL First Division

Bridon Ropes 0- 6 Sutton Athletic
Forest Hill Park 1-2 Kent Football Utd

4 years ago on this Wednesday night we had 3 Premier Division games, with Canterbury City, Erith Town and Tunbridge Wells all picking up wins.
City beat Erith & Belvedere at Homelands, with Dave Pilcher and Rob Lawrence getting the goals while at Star Meadow Brad Potter got the only goal of the game for Wells against Hollands & Blair.
Erith Town came out best in a 5-goal thriller against Croydon, with Jack Mahon, Lee Coburn and Michael McKenna all scoring for the Dockers.

In the Challenge Cup it was semi-final first-leg time, with Sevenoaks Town hosting Ashford United.
This match ended even but Sevenoaks would win the next game and go on to beat Sheppey United in the final.

Sutton Athletic were big winners tonight, defeating Bridon Ropes 6-0 thanks to a strong second half display. Daniel Gunner hit a double, as did Jack Longhurst, while Conor Evans and Chris McGinty each scored once.
At the Ladywell Arena Kent Football United picked up a 2-1 win over Forest Hill Park with Aaron Dalhouse and Darryl Dylan getting the goals.





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