Saturday 18th September

 

The Charles Sports Ground 18 Sep 2021 3:00 pm
Deal Town
2 1
Erith & Belvedere
18 Sep 2021 3:00 pm
The Charles Sports Ground
Deal Town
2
1
Erith & Belvedere
| The Charles Sports Ground | Referee: Kieran COX
Foxbury 18 Sep 2021 3:00 pm
Glebe
1 0
Hollands & Blair
18 Sep 2021 3:00 pm
Foxbury
Glebe
1
0
Hollands & Blair
| Foxbury | Referee: Damian MIRZADEH
Oakley Road 18 Sep 2021 3:00 pm
Holmesdale
0 2
Canterbury City
18 Sep 2021 3:00 pm
Oakley Road
Holmesdale
0
2
Canterbury City
| Oakley Road | Referee: Dan BLADES
Homelands Stadium 18 Sep 2021 3:00 pm
Kennington
5 2
Welling Town
18 Sep 2021 3:00 pm
Homelands Stadium
Kennington
5
2
Welling Town
| Homelands Stadium
The Steve Cook Stadium 18 Sep 2021 3:00 pm
Punjab United
1 5
K Sports
18 Sep 2021 3:00 pm
The Steve Cook Stadium
Punjab United
1
5
K Sports
| The Steve Cook Stadium | Referee: Richard JOSS
Culverden Stadium 18 Sep 2021 3:00 pm
Tunbridge Wells
4 1
Crowborough Ath
18 Sep 2021 3:00 pm
Culverden Stadium
Tunbridge Wells
4
1
Crowborough Ath
| Culverden Stadium | Referee: Marcin INDYK

 

There may have only been 6 matches in the Premier Division but there was no shortage of action as we had 24 goals, including 3 hat-tricks, and despite us being in the 7th week of fixtures we are still yet to have a goalless game.

It was a day for winners and losers as there was no draw in sight – however it took a last minute winner from Deal Town to prevent that from happening at the Charles Sports Ground.

Erith & Belvedere had earlier announced Luke Rooney as a new signing and he took little time to settle in scoring a stunning 18th minute opener.

Early in the second half Jack Paxman levelled the scores and it was looking like the points would be shared.

Troy Howard had other ideas though and his injury time winner has helped move Deal up to 3rd place and handed ‘The Deres’ their first league loss of the season.

Glebe are still unbeaten and remain top of the table after a narrow 1-0 success at home to Hollands & Blair.

Jamie Philpot took just 2 minutes of this game to net his 11th league goal of the season and it proved to be the winner, with the hosts having the luxury of missing a second half penalty too.

Three players hit hat-tricks today including Kennington‘s Gary Lockyer against Welling Town.

Robbie Dolan and Tom Penfold also scored for the ‘Ton’ and after their 5-2 win they are now 9th.

Tarik Ibrahim claimed a match ball as K Sports won 5-1 at Punjab United.

Segun Ikudehinbu and Kane Butler added the others for The Paperboys in a comfortable win on the road.

All of Matt Gething’s trio came in the first half helping Tunbridge Wells to earn the bragging rights in the A26 derby with Crowborough Athletic.

The Crows opened the scoring, through Kieran Scantlebury before Gething got his goals while Regan Corke added the icing on the cake in the second half.

Both of Canterbury City‘s goals came after the break as won at Holmesdale 2-0.

Jordan Casey and Tom Cousins found the net within minutes of each other and with 3 points earned City now lie in 11th.

 

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