On This Day – 31st March

SCEFL On this Day

On This Day – 31st March – 2014

SCEFL Premier Division 

Ashford United 2-0 Canterbury City

Ashford United continued to chase down leaders Whyteleafe thanks to this Monday Night win against Canterbury City at Homelands.
Ultimately the gap to the top proved to be too much for Ashford though and Whyteleafe won the title and promotion to the Isthmian League by 11 points.


On This Day – 31st March – 2015

SCEFL Premier Division

Ashford United 1-1 Erith Town
Beckenham Town 5-4 Cray Valley PM
Lingfield 0-2 Crowborough Ath
Rochester Utd 1-2 Fisher
Tunbridge Wells 7-0 Lordswood

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Ashford United and Erith Town shared a goal-less first half. It looked as though the second half would prove equally quiet until, in the 84th minute, Ben Mendele put the Dockers in front. Looking for all the world to be losers on the night the Nuts & Bolts salvaged a point when Pat Kingwell scored in time added at the end. So, Ashford claw a point back on leaders Phoenix but they play tomorrow as do Erith & Belvedere. The Dockers stay bottom.

Tunbridge Wells got off the mark with a goal in the 6th minute from Dane Lutchford against Lordswood at the Culverden. Lee Radford made it 2-0 just 3 minutes later then Tom Bryant added the 3rd Wells’ goal after 25 minutes. Paul Booth got in on the act 2 minutes later for 4-0 and Radford hit his 2nd and the Wells 5th with 3 minutes left of the first half. 5 minutes into the second half Lutchford added the Wells’ 6th goal then, within a minute, Booth added the 7th. The Wells stay 4th, now 8 points clear of 5th, while the Lords drop a place to 14th.

Beckenham Town went 1-0 up through a Travis Gregory 10th minute goal then the same player doubled their lead 8 minutes later at Eden Park Avenue against Cray Valley PM. Laurent Hamici then went on a 4 goal rampage, scoring for the Millers on 21, 28, 30 and 33 minutes for a 2-4 half time scoreline. Gregory was not going to let Hamici get all the glory and just before the hour mark he completed his hat-trick then went on to equal the Millers’ scorer’s 4 goals in the 65th minute. Jamie Turner had the last word for Becks when he scored the winning goal 9 minutes from full time. Becks stay 6th and the Millers stay 8th.

Crowborough Athletic travelled to Lingfield where they shared a 0-0 half time scoreline. After the break Scott Treleaven broke the deadlock in the 65th minute then Jon Trotter made it 0-2 to the Crows with 19 minutes left to play. The Crows move up 2 places to 10th while the Lingers stay in 15th.

Rochester United went a goal down to a Dave Waters 27th minute strike at home to Fisher. In the second half the Spartans’ top scorer Ricky Gundry pulled them level but within 3 minutes Alfie Roche had put the Fish back in front. The Fish move up a place to 18th while Rochester remain in 17th.


On This Day – 31st March – 2018

SCEFL Premier Division

Canterbury City 2-2 Sheppey United
Corinthian 0-2 Crowborough Athletic
Glebe 0-2 Chatham Town
Hollands & Blair 4-1 Erith Town
Sevenoaks Town 7-0 AFC Croydon
Whitstable Town 3-0 Deal Town

On This Day – 31st March – 2018

SCEFL First Division

Phoenix Sports 0-3 K Sports
Sutton Athletic 3-0 Forest Hill Park

 A Kenny Pogue hat-trick helped Sevenoaks Town to a 7-0 home win against AFC Croydon and brought the Premier Division title closer to their grasp. Brett Ince, Chris Edwards and Billy Bennett got the other goals for the Oaks in what would end up being a Championship winning season.
Whitstable Town would also gain promotion, as runners-up, helped by today’s win at home to Deal Town. Shaun Welford, Stuart West and Rob Gilman got the goals for the hosts in front of 170 spectators at the Belmont Ground.
Rob Denness scored a hat-trick in a 4-1 Hollands & Blair win at home to Erith Town. Following a Steadman Callender opener for the Dockers Denness hit his trio and Travis Jackson added the other giving Blair all 3 points at Star Meadow.
Chatham Town and Crowborough Athletic both picked up 2-0 away wins with Zach Attwood and Henry Muggeridge both netting for the Crows at Corinthian while Jason Goodchild and Stuart Zanone were each on target as the Chats beat Glebe.
A Dave Pilcher double for Canterbury City saw his side share the points with Sheppey United at the Charles Sports Ground.

k sports promotion

K Sports confirmed promotion from the First Division with a 3-0 win at Phoenix Sports Reserves.
Goals from George Snelling, Jason Perry and Caine Smith gave the Paperboys the reward for an excellent season even though there was still 3 weeks to go in the campaign.
Sutton Athletic were also 3-0 victors with Conor Evans, Eli Graham and James Sutherland each finding the net at home to Forest Hill Park.





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