Saturday 9th November – Premier Division
A full fixture list gave us 41 goals, 30 points dished out and plenty of talking points as there was movement at the bottom of the table and defeats for the top two sides.
Leaders Beckenham Town lost for just the second time in the league this season as Corinthian came from behind to take the points in Longfield. Ashley Carew scored for Becks in the first minute but goals from Luke Tanner and James Trueman gave the 3rd placed Hoops the win.
Hollands & Blair scored nine last week but had to do with just seven this time as another Harry Goodger hat-trick helped them to a 7-1 victory at home to Erith & Belvedere.
Luke Medley also hit 3 as his Lordswood side claimed a great 6-1 away win over AFC Croydon. Half of those six goals came in the last 10 minutes as the Lords also scored through Tyler Anderson-Parr, Taylor Fisher and Henry Dasofunjo.
Sheppey United also scored six as they beat Deal Town 6-1 in an impressive performance at the Havill Stadium. Danny Leonard claimed the match ball while the leagues top scorer Dan Bradshaw added another two goals to his impressive tally.
Glebe dominated their game against K Sports but had to be patient for the winner as the hosts held firm at Cobdown. In the end though Jamie Philpot found a way through and the Foxes keep hold of their top 7 place.
Wade Odedoyin was another to score a hat-trick as Fisher edged past bottom club Punjab United 3-2. The unbeaten run continues for the Fish and they now sit in 15th place.
Tunbridge Wells made an electric start against Chatham Town as they beat their 2nd placed opponents to move into the top 8. Jordan Wells and Josh Frogatt scored early as the hosts delighted the large crowd at the Culverden Stadium.
Greenwich Borough surprised Canterbury City with a late winner at Salters Lane. With the game heading for a draw Fred Obasa popped up with the only goal of the game to move Borough out of the bottom two.
Crowborough Athletic were reduced to eight men during their 2-1 loss at Welling Town. Goals from Hassan Oshilaja and Adam O’Neill gave the Boots the points as the problems for the Crows continue.
Two quickfire second half goals saw Bearsted take the points away from Erith Town. James Bessey-Saldanha and Peter Williams found the net for the Bears following an early opener from Michael Power.
Full scores and scorers available here.