First Division – Saturday 14th August

 

SCEFL First Division 2021/22
14 Aug 2021
- 3:00 pm
Faversham Strike Force
1 2
Forest Hill Park
SCEFL First Division 2021/22
14 Aug 2021
- 3:00 pm
FC Elmstead
0 2
Stansfeld
SCEFL First Division 2021/22
14 Aug 2021
- 3:00 pm
Croydon
0 2
Lydd Town
SCEFL First Division 2021/22
14 Aug 2021
- 3:00 pm
Meridian VP
1 2
Kent Football Utd
SCEFL First Division 2021/22
14 Aug 2021
- 3:00 pm
SC Thamesmead
1 4
Sutton Athletic
SCEFL First Division 2021/22
14 Aug 2021
- 3:00 pm
Snodland Town
1 3
Bridon Ropes
SCEFL First Division 2021/22
14 Aug 2021
- 3:00 pm
Staplehurst Monarchs
2 2
Chessington & Hook
SCEFL First Division 2021/22
14 Aug 2021
- 3:00 pm
Westside FC
4 1
Larkfield & New Hythe
SCEFL First Division 2021/22
14 Aug 2021
- 3:00 pm
Tooting Bec
2 1
Rochester United

 

Today’s 9 games gave us 6 away wins, two for the home sides plus a rare draw! 

We also had 31 goals, which included efforts from Lee Friend and Arlie Desanges, who both keep up their record of scoring in every game so far this season.

Desanges hit two today as his Sutton Athletic side won 4-1 away at struggling SC Thamesmead. Conor Evans and Danny Gunner were also on target for The Sutts who now proudly sit at the top of the table.

Croydon have dropped to second after Bradley Baker netted twice for Lydd Town while Tooting Bec move up to third place after they came from behind to beat Rochester United.

Forest Hill Park picked up their first win of the season at Faversham Strike Force and Westside were also maiden victors, as they comfortably beat Larkfield & New Hythe.

Despite another Lee Friend goal, Bridon Ropes won at Snodland Town and Stansfeld returned from FC Elmstead with the points, both goals coming in the first half for them.

It was a game of penalties between Meridian VP and Kent Football United, with the away side coming out on top by 2 spot kicks to 1.

Tow late goals from Staplehurst Monarchs earned them a point at home to Chessington & Hook. The visitors went 2-up through Alani Laing and Deji Alabi but Staplehurst piled on the pressure in the final stages and were eventually rewarded with the equaliser deep into stoppage time.

 

#
Club
M
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pt
1
Stansfeld
W
W
L
W
D
38
27
7
4
78
33
45
88
2
38
24
7
7
106
67
39
79
3
38
22
10
6
81
47
34
76
4
Snodland Town
W
W
W
W
L
38
22
5
11
85
43
42
71
5
Tooting Bec
L
D
W
W
L
38
19
10
9
73
57
16
67
6
Bridon Ropes
D
L
L
W
L
38
19
8
11
89
53
36
65
7
SC Thamesmead
L
W
W
W
W
38
18
6
14
74
59
15
60
8
Croydon
W
L
L
W
L
38
18
6
14
67
62
5
60
9
38
15
9
14
59
53
6
54
10
38
14
11
13
62
58
4
53
11
FC Elmstead
W
W
L
D
W
38
13
8
17
67
67
0
47
12
Greenways
L
W
W
L
D
38
11
12
15
79
82
-3
45
13
38
11
12
15
63
86
-23
45
14
38
13
5
20
57
80
-23
44
15
Lydd Town
L
W
W
D
L
38
12
8
18
63
91
-28
44
16
Westside FC
L
L
L
L
W
38
12
4
22
70
81
-11
40
17
38
9
9
20
49
78
-29
36
18
Meridian VP
D
L
L
L
W
38
10
4
24
46
80
-34
34
19
38
6
9
23
33
65
-32
27
20
38
7
6
25
39
98
-59
27

 

 





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