On this Day – 1st March

On This Day – 1st March

SCEFL Premier Division  – 2014

Cray Valley PM 0 – 1 Deal Town
Fisher 2 – 1 Canterbury City
Greenwich Borough 5 – 2 Corinthian
Lordswood 0 – 7 Whyteleafe

Whyteleafe picked up a big win on this day in 2014, on route to a title win and Isthmian League promotion. Greenwich Borough were comfortable winners too while Fisher and Deal Town were narrow victors.
Bad weather prevented other league fixtures from taking place.


On This Day – 1st March

Kent Senior Trophy  – 2014

Fleet Leisure P-P Beckenham Town
Hollands & Blair 0-1 Ashford United

Ashford United sneaked past Kent Invicta side Hollands & Blair thanks to a scrambled Gary Clarke effort. Ashford would go on to play Beckenham Town who beat Fleet Leisure in the other rearranged semi after today’s game was postponed due to the rain.
Beckenham won the final 4-0.


On This Day – 1st March

Kent Invicta League  – 2014

Crockenhill 3 – 0 Eltham Palace
Glebe 4-0 Lewisham Borough
Kent football Utd 0-2 Lydd Town
Seven Acre 0-2 Bearsted

On the way to a runner-up spot, Lydd Town were winners in the Kent Invicta League today. Crockenhill, Glebe and Bearsted also won without conceding while Rusthall v Orpington was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Hollands & Blair would go on to win the league title.


On This Day – 1st March

SCEFL Premier Division – 2016

Ashford United 2 – 1 Tunbridge Wells
Erith Town 3 – 3 Canterbury City
Lordswood 3 – 2 Beckenham Town

SCEFL Challenge Cup – 2016

Erith & Belvedere 1-2 Cray Valley PM

Brima Daramy scored a double on this day 5 years ago in a 3-2 win for Lordswood at home to Beckenham Town. The Lords would finish in 4th place with Becks ending up in 12th.
Ashford edged out Tunbridge Wells, with Jon Pilbeam and Shaun Welford scoring while Erith Town and Canterbury City drew 3-3. Aaron Jeffrey, Ola Rabiu and Damien Ramsamy netting for the Dockers with Jordan Casey notching twice for City and James Bosio getting the other.

Cray Valley won their first leg League Cup tie at Erith & Belvedere 2-1 with Brad Potter and Byron Walker getting the goals. The lead wasn’t to be enough for the Millers though as a second leg 4-1 win put the Deres through to a final which they would lose to Hollands & Blair.


On This Day – 1st March 

SCEFL First Division  – 2017

Bridon Ropes 0-0 Glebe

No goals for Glebe today but they scored enough during the 2016/17 season to sit on top of the pile when all was said and done. Ryan Golding finished as the top scorer at the Club scoring 31 goals in his 30 games played.

 





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