On This Day – 22nd March

On This Day – 22nd March – 2014

SCEFL Premier Division 

Beckenham Town 3 – 2 Deal Town
Corinthian 1 – 1 Rochester United
Cray Valley PM 2 – 2 Phoenix Sports
Greenwich Borough 3 – 0 Canterbury City
Holmesdale 0 – 1 Lordswood
Sevenoaks Town 2 – 3 Woodstock Sports
Tunbridge Wells 2 – 3 Ashford United
Whyteleafe 7 – 2 Fisher

Back in 2014 Whyteleafe were the biggest winners on this Saturday – and the season overall – as this 7-2 victory over Fisher helped them towards lifting the title at the end of the season.
Beckenham Town, Ashford United and Woodstock Sports all won 3-2 while Greenwich Borough and Lordswood won without conceding.
In the other games, Cray Valley drew 2-2 with Phoenix Sports and the match between Corinthian and Rochester United finished 1-1.


On This Day – 22nd March – 2016

SCEFL Premier Division

Ashford United 4 – 2 Erith & Belvedere
Erith Town 1 – 1 AFC Croydon Ath
Rochester United 1 – 2 Sevenoaks Town

5 years ago today Ashford United were 4-2 winners at home to Erith & Belvedere.
Shaun Welford got 2 of the goals for Ashford, with Charlie Dickens and Paul Booth getting the others while Denzel Gayle and James Pinnock both netted for the 10 man ‘Deres’.
Sevenoaks Town were the other winners on this Tuesday night, despite ending the game with just 9 men on the field.
Chinedu McKenzie and Chris Edwards got the goals for ‘Oaks’ with Thomas Carr replying for the beaten Rochester United.
The game between Erith Town and AFC Croydon finished 1-1 with Hassan Nalbant equalising a Raheem Sterling-Parker opener.


On This Day – 22nd March – 2017

SCEFL First Division

Lewisham Borough 1 – 2 Crockenhill
Rusthall 1 – 1 Glebe

The top 2 in the First Division met at Jockey Farm, with honours ending even in a 1-1 draw.
Glebe, who would go on to win the league, scored first through Andres Tobon with Daniel Mitchell equalising just before the break for Rusthall.
The bottom 2 would also meet on this Wednesday night with Crockenhill completing a great escape from the Ladywell Arena with all 3 points thanks to a brace of goals from Steve McQueen.
Lewisham Borough would end the season at the foot of the table, 8 points below tonight’s victorious opponents.





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