Tuesday 29th September
Corinthian 4-2 Bearsted
Crowborough Ath 0-6 Chatham Town
Erith & Belvedere 1-2 Punjab Utd
Fisher 3-2 Glebe
Lordswood 1-2 Canterbury City
Tunbridge Wells 1-0 AFC Croydon Ath
Stansfeld 4-5 Croydon
33 goals across the 7 matches tonight, once again almost averaging 5 goals per game, as Chatham Town and Corinthian kept up their winning runs and Croydon edged a thriller at Foxbury to go into the top 3 in the First Division.
Chatham Town made it 5 wins from 5 in the League after coming away from Crowborough Athletic as 6-0 winners.
Dan Bradshaw scored a hat-trick for the Chats with Ryan Hayes, George Sheminant and Harvey Brown getting the others in a comfortable victory.
Corinthian are also 5 from 5 after they won 4-2 at home for the second time this week, this time against Bearsted.
Oscar Housego, Ryan Sawyer, Louie Clarke and Emmanuel Oloyede all netted for the Hoops, who now sit in 2nd place in the table.
Tunbridge Wells are now in 3rd after they edged past AFC Croydon at the Culverden Stadium.
Harry Hudson got the only goal for the Wells in the 58th minute keeping them unbeaten and on the coat-tails of the early leaders.
Fisher came out on top in a 5-goal classic against Glebe at St Pauls.
Christian Udo equalised a Frankie Sawyer opener before Jamie Yila scored direct from a corner and Michael Sarpong added a third for the Fish.
Jason Mensah set up a tense finish when he pulled one back for the visitors but Fisher held on and now they find themselves in the top half of the table.
Canterbury City picked up their first points of the campaign with a 2-1 win at Lordswood.
Danny Keyte and Alex Smith got the goals for City either side of a Josh Gilbert finish for the hosts.
There was also a 2-1 away win at Park View Road, as Punjab United came from behind to beat Erith & Belvedere.
Marlon Patterson had given the Deres the lead from the spot which was levelled by another penalty, this one from Luke Adams.
George Goodwin then got the winner with a sweet volley for Punjab giving them all 3 points and moving them up to 7th place.
In the First Division Croydon won an entertaining clash at Stansfeld, coming away as 5-4 victors.
Martin Smith scored a hat-trick for the Trams and with the win they move into the top 3 and remain unbeaten.
Main Photo: Joe Cooper