A busy day of Premier Division action gave us 35 goals and wins for Stansfeld, K Sports, Glebe, Holmesdale, Kennington, Punjab United and Tunbridge Wells.
The big game of the day finished all-square and was a real classic.
Harrison Carnegie scored on debut to put Whitstable Town ahead as they hosted leaders Erith & Belvedere.
The visitors levelled through Tyler Richardson-Brown and looked to have taken the points when Rob Strachan netted in injury time but with practically the last kick of the game Muhammed Cham equalised, and the points were shared.
Stansfeld were the only team in the top 5 to win as they came away from Deal Town as 3-2 victors.
The hosts went 2-0 up inside 20 minutes but replies from Tommy Whitnell and Lee Friend preceded a Dan Parkinson winner, which strengthens Stansfeld’s second placed standing in the rankings.
Glebe were the biggest winners of the day as they spanked Canterbury City 8-1 at Foxbury.
Marcel McDonald scored a first half hat-trick and Jamie Philpot claimed a second half brace in a comfortable win for Luke Rooney’s side.
Glebe now sit 10th while City remain in the drop zone.
Four of today’s games finished 2-1.
Holmesdale put on a strong late showing to win at Hollands & Blair, Kundai Munyama notched a last minute winner for Kennington at home to Phoenix Sports and Chandler Kasai’s goal was the difference between Punjab United and Bearsted. K Sports may well have got the result of the day though after they ended an Erith Town unbeaten league run that stretched right back into August.
Tunbridge Wells are now in 6th place after Trevor McCreadie’s 13th league goal of the season was a last minute in their game at home to Welling Town.
There was also late drama just down the road at Jockey Farm, where Lordswood battled back from 2-0 down to earn a point against Rusthall.
Louie Clarke grabbed an early double for the hosts but thanks to Billy Marsh and Junior Baker, Lordswood has a point to take home with them.