Tuesday 15th September
Bearsted 2-5 Chatham Town
Crowborough Ath 1-1 K Sports
Deal Town 1-3 Sheppey Utd
Erith & Belvedere 2-2 Beckenham Town
Fisher 3-1 Tower Hamlets
Glebe 1-2 Corinthian
Punjab Utd 1-2 Tunbridge Wells
Meridian VP 1-1 Lewisham Borough
Tuesday night gave us 7 Premier Division and 1 First Division game, all had goals, many of them late, some very important!
On a night full of late drama the most appeared to come at the Steve Cook Stadium where Tunbridge Wells came from behind to claim an injury time win.
Punjab United had taken a 71st minute lead through George Goodwin yet Wells were to respond in dramatic style.
After the clock had reached 90 minutes the visitors looked to have earned a point when Euan Sahadow scored from the spot but better was to come for them when Regan Corke stole the win when smashing home from just outside the box.
The 100% winning record goes on for Tunbridge Wells, and it is they that sit at the top of the table at this early stage.
Chatham Town are in second, after they also came from behind to collect a valuable 3 points.
Jack Evans had got the Chats off to the perfect start, scoring on just 6 minutes, before Bearsted levelled then took the lead with quickfire goals from Elyon Marshall-Katung and Jordon Ababio.
The Bears held that lead until deep into the second half when Evans equalised, leading to a collapse by the hosts that saw the visitors win in style.
Reece Butler made it 3-2 to Chatham, Dan Bradshaw got the 4th and Moses Abioye completed a good win for the visitors with the 5th.
Corinthian are now 2 wins from 2 in the League as they responded well to a poor start to win 2-1 at Glebe.
The Foxes got off to the perfect start when Charlie MacDonald volleyed them into a 2nd minute lead, which they held through to half time.
Just after the restart Alexander Jack Billings rose highest to head Corinthian level from an Oscar Housego corner.
Housego was to go on to get the decider.
His late penalty kick was the difference between the two teams giving the Hoops their second win and leaving Glebe still searching for their first.
Fisher completed the full set of results by winning at home to Tower Hamlets, to add to their loss and draw already registered this season.
Tower Hamlets had taken the lead at St Pauls, with Ezekiel Adasana netting from the spot on the half hour mark.
The game was level at the break though with Christian Udo rifling home a half-volley in the 42nd minute.
Just after the restart the Fish took the lead thanks to a Sam Fitzgerald header and then wrapped the game up late on via a deflected own goal.
Sheppey United made it 3 wins from 3 to join the top 3 – with all 3 coming from behind to get wins on Tuesday night!
Luke Eldridge gave Deal Town the lead at the Charles Sports Ground in the 7th minute.
Jack Midson then levelled before the hosts were reduced to 10 men.
With 15 minutes left substitute Junior Aikhionbare gave the Ites the lead and shortly after that the advantage was extended further when Warren Mfula made it 3-1.
All 5 winning teams came from losing positions to earn their 3 points on the night.
Erith & Belvedere shared the spoils with Beckenham Town after a 2-2 draw at Park View Road.
Henry Dasofunjo gave the hosts the lead early on before Tunde Aderonmu and Ayo Bolarinwa scored for Becks in the latter stages of the first half.
The game was to end all-square though with Reece Barrett netting the equaliser giving both sides their second draw from 3 games this league campaign.
Crowborough Athletic left it late to earn a point at home to K Sports.
Austin Edwards had given the Paperboys an 8th minute lead while Jack Funnell’s last minute penalty meant that the points were shared in East Sussex.
There was just the one First Division game and that also ended level with Meridian VP and Lewisham Borough playing out a 1-1 draw.
Courtney Swaby gave Borough a first half lead before Billy Reavill scored late in the game for Meridian to earn the point.
Main Photo: Dave Anderson