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Tuesday January 24

Kent Reliance Senior Trophy Quarter Final
Whitstable Town v Ashford United

Wednesday January 25

Kent Reliance Senior Trophy Quarter Final
Cray Valley PM
V Lordswood FC

last week's Round-up here

Saturday January 21


Premier Division

Postponed today: Bearsted v Sheppey; Corinthian v Beckenham Town; Rochester United v Croydon & Tunbridge Wells v Fisher

The one game on today between Crowborough Athletic and Hollands & Blair ended in a 2-0 win for the home side which puts them firmly back on top of the table, 2 points clear of Ashford United. Sam Carrington and Zac Attwood each scored a 1st half goal to secure all three points. Blair are now in 6th place.


Action from today's match. Picture by Alan Coomes. More here


First Division

Postponed today: Forest Hill Park v Kent Football United; Orpington v Holmesdale; SC Thamesmead v Lewisham Borough & Sutton Athletic v FC Elmstead.

No change to the top 3 as Rusthall didn't have a game, Glebe were involved in Kent Senior Trophy action and Kent Football United's game at Forest Hill Park was postponed.
K Sports
remain in 4th place despite losing by the odd goal in 7 at home to Phoenix Sports Reserves. The Ressies' Jon Annor opened the scoring after just 6 minutes but Mike Russell levelled the scores 2 minutes later. Malik Ouani restored the Ressies lead on 26 then a brace from Josh Dalsan made it 1-4 at half time. Much to do during the half time break and it nearly worked as Jason Parry (58) and Ash Cooper (75) each scored come-back goals but time was not on the home side's side and Phoenix hung on to take the spoils. They now sit in 12th place.
Still in 6th place, Bridon Ropes won by the odd goal in 9 at home to Snodland Town. Joe Hall and Adam Saunders each scored 1st half goals for Bridon before Dave Sherwood pulled one back for Snodland 5 minutes into the 2nd half. Hall doubled his tally with Bridon's 3rd goal just after the hour mark but Robbie Summerhayes reduced the deficit again. Chris Riley levelled the scoreline before Sherwood gave Snodland the lead (3-4) 12 minutes from the end. However, goals from John Woodcock (85) and Jimmy Doherty (90) gave the home side a narrow win and all 3 points. Snodland are in 13th place.
Eltham Palace move up from 11th to 10th after their 5-2 win at home to Crockenhill (15th). Jerome Hulmes scored 1st for the crocks but Billy Jolley levelled for a 1-1 half time scoreline. Sam Ryan and Ryan Hassan each scored a brace in the 2nd half before Nicholas Binza hit the 2nd Crocks goal n the final minute.


Kent Reliance Senior Trophy 1/4 Final.

Postponed today: Deal Town v Sevenoaks Town & Whitstable Town v Ashford United

Two of the 3 scheduled ties fell foul of frozen pitches so Canterbury City's 1-0 win at home to Glebe puts them alone at the moment in the semi-inal draw. Ben Gorham scored the only goal 8 minutes from the final whistle.


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