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Sunday 31 August

FA Cup Preliminary Round


Canterbury City bow out to Pagham, who defeated Woodstock Sports 2-0 last time around. Josh Clack sent the visitors in 1-0 up with a goal on the stroke of half time. Rob Wimble added Pagham's second 5 minutes from full time.
Final Score Cant 0-2 Pagham


Erith & Belvedere came back from 0-2 down to earn a replay against Folkestone Invicta. Paul Booth and Ian Draycott each scored immediately before and after the half time break. Bill Parkinson put the Deres back on track with his 70th minute strike then Alfie May smashed the leveller into the roof of the net in the final minute. Replay Tuesday 2 September. Final Score 2-2



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Greenwich Borough had Lewis Woods up front and he rattled in all 5 Greenwich goals at home to St Francis Rangers. Nathan Milroy put St Francis in front in the 5th minute but a Wood brace made it 2-1 to Greenwich at half time. Ricky Peacock fired the St Francis equaliser in the 62nd minute but within a minute Woods had restored the Greenwich lead and completed his hat-trick. He went on to score another two before the final whistle. Greenwich now have a home tie against the winner of the Deal Town/Chessington replay.
Final Score Greenwich 5-2 St Francis




Saturday 30 August

FA Cup Preliminary Round


Ashford United are out of the competition for this year after losing 0-1 at home to Chipstead from the Ryman 1st Division South.
Final Score Ash 0-1 Chip


Deal Town go to Chessington & Hook United on Tuesday to replay this tie after Neal Foulkes gave then an equaliser in the 44th minute to make up for Jack Hopes own goal in the 19th minute. Final Score 1-1 - Replay Tuesday


Holmesdale travelled to East Preston but had the long trek homeward knowing they were out of the FA Cup for this season. Joe Shelley scored two first half goals for the home side and, although Daniel Stewart pulled one back for the Dalers, it was too little too late. Final Score EP 2-1 Holm


Croydon bring Epson & Ewell back to the Croydon Arena on Wednesday to replay this drawn tie. The Trams had to come from a goal down after Ex Tram Taylor Smith scored in the 39th minute. Dave Waters was the man of the moment when, with just 3 minutes remaining, he ensured Croydon's survival and the replay.
Final Score 1-1 - Replay Wednesday


Fisher welcomed Ryman Isthmian South side Ramsgate and bow out after the higher placed club kept the form book in order. The Rams' Connor Hefferman opened the scoring on 20 minutes but Junior James levelled just before the half hour for a 1-1 half time scoreline. Chris Elliott's 48th minute penalty conversion for the Rams was followed by a goal from Ira Jackson 15 minutes later for 1-3. The Fish came back through another James effort but Tom Chapman made sure that Ramsgate's name goes in the hat for the next round.
Final Score Fish 2-4 Rams


Lordswood twice held the lead against Ryman South side Hythe Town before having to settle for the draw. Paul Huggens opened the scoring after 11 minutes for the Lords but Greg Thompson levelled then the second Lords goal was attributed to Joe Kane for a 2-1 half time lead. Lordswood then held on valliantly until 3 minutes from full time when Josh Burchell grabbed the Tuesday evening replay for Hythe.
Final Score
2-2 - Replay Tuesday



Premier Division


Phoenix Sports go up to second place after this win at home to Corinthian. Ricky Freeman scored the only goal. The Hoops stay in 17th place


Tunbridge Wells move up two places to third after hanging on to their 2-1 lead for the final 12 minutes. Two first half goals, from George Benner and Joe Fuller, had the Wells comfortably in control at Rochester United until Ricky Gundry hit that 78th minute goal. Then it was a nervy affair until the final whistle brought relief to the Wells and frustration to Rochester who drop a place to 14th.


Beckenham Town went to Crowborough Athletic and unleashed one of their periodic scoring fests. In the first half Jamie Humphries and Danien Ramsamy gave Becks a comfortable 2-0 lead. In the second period Humphries exploded into scoring mode netting 3 more while the Crows were restricted to a single Jason Barton penalty conversion..


The SCEFL Challenge Cup


Erith Town are through to the first round after winning 2-1 at home to Woodstock Sports. Sports took the lead just before the half time break through a Kieron Oliver 43rd minute goal. Gerry Gonnella levelled from the penalty spot on 52 minutes and the game ended 1-1 after 90 minutes. In the 118th minute Gonnella found the net to give the tie to the Dockers.












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Hat Trick Heroes


Alfie May (5), E&B 09/08 L
Brendan Kiernon, Lingfield 20/08L

Gary Clarke, Ashford Utd, 09/08 L
Jamie Humphries 4, Becks 30/08 L

Brendan Cass, TWells, 09/08 L
Lewis Wood 5, Deres, 31/08 FAC