Tonight’s 8 Premier Division games gave us an incredible 44 goals with 4 of the winners hitting 5 including Glebe, who have extended their lead at the top of the table.
Rusthall were the latest visitors to Foxbury but as others have done before this season, they were swept aside by the rampant foxes.
Jamie Philpot was the main man once more for Glebe has hit scored 4, to take his league tally to 15 this season.
Aaron Watson netted from distance for the hosts to add to Philpot’s efforts while Ryan Styles consolation for Rusthall was a well hit free-kick.
Deal Town are second after another win, and another clean sheet, as they beat K Sports 3-0 at the Charles Sports Ground.
Troy Howard scored first and last for the Hoops with Max Niblett getting the other in another impressive home win. It was a 7th clean sheet in 10 for Deal who are now looking like real promotion contenders.
The highest scoring game of the night came at the Steve Cook Stadium where Punjab United came out best in a 9-goal thriller with Tower Hamlets.
Wale Odedoyin’s hat-trick had looked to have earned the visitors a point, despite the fact they were losing 4-1 at one stage.
However Paul Vines had other ideas, and his second goal of the game came in the final minute and was enough to earn Punjab a much-needed 3 points.
Tunbridge Wells were also involved in a goalfest as they overcame Bearsted 5-2 at the Culverden.
Matt Gething got things underway in just the 2nd minute and by the time Regan Corke hit Wells 5th in the final stages we had seen 7 goals and a win for the hosts.
Erith & Belvedere returned to winning ways with a 4-1 success at Crowborough Athletic.
Henry Dasofunjo got the only goal of the first half before a spell of 3 goals in 5 minutes put the game to bed for the ‘Deres’.
Ollie Bate got 2 of those and the 3 points they earned see Erith & Belvedere move to 6th place in the table.
Kennington and Hollands & Blair shared the spoils at Homelands with the visitors coming from 3-1 down to draw 3-3.
Gary Lockyer continued his fine form this season with another double while two from Harry Kingdon earned Blair the draw.
Chatham Town were not going to miss out on a night of goals as they hit 5 of their own at Lordswood, while Erith Town were 2-0 winners at Welling Town with Harry Gamble and Sam Bailey on target for the now 4th placed Dockers.
Full scorers details are available from our Results Page