Premier Division – Saturday 28th August

 

Crowborough Community Stadium 28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
Crowborough Ath
1 1
Fisher
28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
Crowborough Community Stadium
Crowborough Ath
1
1
Fisher
| Crowborough Community Stadium | Referee: Myles HEWSON
The Charles Sports Ground 28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
Deal Town
1 2
Erith Town
28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
The Charles Sports Ground
Deal Town
1
2
Erith Town
| The Charles Sports Ground | Referee: Kane DEMPSTER
Star Meadow 28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
Hollands & Blair
0 3
Tower Hamlets
28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
Star Meadow
Hollands & Blair
0
3
Tower Hamlets
| Star Meadow | Referee: Simon Finnigan
Oakley Road 28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
Holmesdale
3 1
Bearsted
28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
Oakley Road
Holmesdale
3
1
Bearsted
| Oakley Road | Referee: Ian Bentley
Homelands Stadium 28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
Kennington
2 2
Glebe
28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
Homelands Stadium
Kennington
2
2
Glebe
| Homelands Stadium | Referee: David ROWLAND
K Sports Cobdown 28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
K Sports
3 2
Lordswood
28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
K Sports Cobdown
K Sports
3
2
Lordswood
| K Sports Cobdown | Referee: Teddy OSBORN
The Steve Cook Stadium 28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
Punjab United
2 2
Rusthall
28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
The Steve Cook Stadium
Punjab United
2
2
Rusthall
| The Steve Cook Stadium | Referee: Kennedy KIKULWE
The Total Power Stadium - Holm Park 28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
Sheppey United
3 2
Chatham Town
28 Aug 2021 3:00 pm
The Total Power Stadium - Holm Park
Sheppey United
3
2
Chatham Town
| The Total Power Stadium - Holm Park | Referee: Joseph DANN-PYE

 

The 8 games today produced 30 goals and some fantastic entertainment as our Clubs continued to jockey for position in this early part of the 2021/22 Premier Division Season.

A crowd of 734 witnessed a classic at Holm Park, just like we knew it would as Sheppey United hosted title rivals Chatham Town.

It was the Chats that went ahead thanks to an early Jack Evans penalty and the lead doubled before the break when Charlie Dickens came up with a novel finish.

In the second half Sheppey came roaring back and goals from Jack Midson and Ben Wilson levelled the game before Michael Hagan smashed home in the 87th minute to earn the ‘Ites’ a massive 3 points.

Kennington v Glebe gave us another beauty with the visitors getting off to the perfect start when Charlie Penny netted in the first 20 seconds.

Helge Orome soon made it 2-0 to Glebe before Robbie Dolan pulled one back and Liam Middleton equalised prior to half time.

New Glebe goalkeeper George Kamurasi kept his side in the game on debut and with the point earned the Foxes remain at the top of the table.

Unfortunately the Erith & Belvedere v Tunbridge Wells game was postponed for Covid reasons.

Tower Hamlets picked up SCEFL win number one after a 3-0 success at Hollands & Blair.

Tami Ogunnowo, Harrison Abu and Wale Odedoyin got the goals for Hamlet who will next visit Fisher on Bank Holiday Monday.

Fisher warmed up for that game with a 1-1 draw at Crowborough Athletic while Punjab United and Rusthall also finished all-square at 2-2.

Holmesdale occupy a top 4 spot after some smart finishing earned them a 3-1 win at home to Bearsted.

Owen Punselie claimed an early double for the Dale, Harrison Hatfull pulled one back but Nathan Palmer wrapped the game up with 10 minute to play to confirm his teams impressive start to the season.


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Club
M
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pt
1
W
D
W
W
W
8
7
1
0
24
6
18
22
2
W
W
W
W
W
7
6
1
0
18
7
11
19
3
L
W
W
W
W
8
6
0
2
16
6
10
18
4
L
W
W
W
W
8
6
0
2
15
12
3
18
5
W
W
W
W
L
6
5
0
1
16
5
11
15
6
L
W
W
L
W
8
4
1
3
17
10
7
13
7
L
W
L
D
L
10
4
1
5
13
14
-1
13
8
W
W
L
W
W
5
4
0
1
12
4
8
12
9
W
D
D
L
W
8
3
3
2
18
16
2
12
10
L
W
L
D
W
7
3
2
2
13
12
1
11
11
L
L
W
D
W
8
3
2
3
10
12
-2
11
12
L
D
W
L
D
8
2
3
3
14
12
2
9
13
W
L
D
L
W
8
2
2
4
10
15
-5
8
14
L
L
W
L
L
9
2
1
6
9
15
-6
7
15
L
D
W
L
L
7
1
3
3
9
13
-4
6
16
D
L
L
W
L
6
1
2
3
9
14
-5
5
17
L
D
W
L
D
7
1
2
4
9
19
-10
5
18
D
L
L
L
L
10
1
2
7
15
28
-13
5
19
W
L
L
L
D
8
1
1
6
9
20
-11
4
20
L
D
L
L
L
8
1
1
6
6
22
-16
4

 





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