Saturday 19th September
Canterbury City 0-2 Corinthian
Chatham Town A-A Glebe
Lordswood 0-3 Welling Town
Sutton Athletic 1-1 Rochester United
Welling Town sit top of the Premier Division table after they won their 4th league game from 4 when beating Lordswood 3-0 at Martyn Grove.
The Boots got off to the perfect start when Ryan Golding gave them a first minute lead. The 6th goal of the season for them lethal hitman.
It was soon 2-0 thanks to an own goal and when Richard Jimoh made it 3-0 before the break this game was as good as done.
With no further scoring in the second half the 3 points earned makes it 12 for the season and means Welling are now looking down upon the 20 other sides in the Division.
Next up for the Leaders is a visit to Tunbridge Wells while Lordswood will regroup before visiting Glebe.
Corinthian’s 100% winning record in the League is also intact after they beat Canterbury City 2-0 at Salters Lane.
A 3rd win from 3 games came thanks to first half goals from Emmanuel Oloyede and Louie Clarke with the 3 points moving the Hoops up to 3rd.
Corinthian are now 5th while Canterbury slip to the bottom.
The game between Chatham Town and Glebe was abandoned at half-time due to an alleged racist incident. The League and FA are currently carrying out an investigation into events at the Bauvill Stadium.
The only First Division game of the day ended all-square with Sutton Athletic and Rochester United drawing 1-1.
Harrison Hume had given the Spartans the lead just before the break before Jonny Murray levelled from the spot on the hour mark.
The point sees Rochester hit the top of the table while for Sutton it moves them up to 7th.
Main Photo: Allen Hollands – Gallery