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Tuesday 03 March


Premier Division


Apologies for not giving postponed match information earlier.


Ashford United v Phoenix Sports postponed.

Erith & Belvedere at Lingfield postponed.


Beckenham Town travelled to Holmesdale where they went 1-0 down to a 19th minute strike by Rikki Cable. Within a minute it was 1-1 courtesy of a goal from Hassan Jalloh. The half ended 1-1 but 2 minutes into the second half Travis Gregory put Becks in front then halfway through the half Top-Gun Jamie Humphries added a third Becks goal. The dalers weren't quite finioshed yet and Chris Whyte proved this with a goal 14 minutes from the end then scored the equaliser to save a point for the home side. Becks stay 5th and The Dalers stay 12th.

Final Score: Dalers 3-3 Becks.


Corinthian welcomed Croydon to Gay Dawn Farm but, after a goal-less first half, found themselves 0-1 down to a 52nd minute Fray James goal. Exactly 20 minutes later James scored his and the Trams second but with 7 minutes left to play Jack Highwood pulled a goal back for the Hoops then, on the stroke of full time, George Humber rescued a point. The Hoops stay in 6th place and the Trams go up to 15th.

Final Score: Hoops 2-2 Trams.


Deal Town went 1-0 up after 27 minutes at home to Fisher thanks to a Ryan Philpott goal. In the second half the wonderfully named Charlie Dickens made it 2-0 before Connor Coyne made up for his recent own goal by scoring at the correct end for 3-0. For all that Deal remain in 19th place and the Fish remain 18th but just 2 points to the good.

Final Score: Deal 3-0 Fish.


SCEFL Challenge Cup quarter-final


Greenwich Borough had Jake Britnall to thank for giving them a 1-0 lead at half time over Lordswood. Britnall only just made it though in time added at the end of the half. Scott Kinch made life a bit more comfortable for Borough with his 71st minute goal for 2-0. Billy Bennett then made absolutely certain with the third goal on the stroke of full time. Greenwich now travel to Phoenix Sports on Wednesday 11 March for the semi-final.

Final Score: Borough 3-0 Lords



London Senior Cup semi-final


Well done to Cray Valley PM who reached this semi-final but on the night Tooting & Mitcham United scored the only goal of the tie to book their place in the final. It took just 5 minutes for Saidu Khan to score what proved to be a very costly goal from the MIllers point of view.

Final Score: T&M 1-0 Millers



Wednesday 04 March


Premier Division


Woodstock Sports are in 14th place. Tonight they welcome table neighbours Rochester United (15th) to Woodstock Park.
The game between Greenwich Borough and Sevenoaks Town scheduled for tonight has been postponed. Date TBA.




Saturday 28 February


FA Carlsberg Vase Quarter Final


Erith & Belvedere matched and possibly even edged North Shields in the goal-less first half but, after the break, the Tynesiders moved up a gear and left the Deres standing at times. Dean Holmes scored the first North Shields goal 4 minutes after the break then Adam Forster hit their second just before the hour mark.

A great effort by the Deres this season. Many congratulations.

Final Score: Deres 0-2 North Shields




Kent Senior Trophy Semi Final


Greenwich Borough showed their superiority in the second half of this game against Orpington but the first period was more evenly matched. Paul Vines' 6th minute opener was doubled by Lewis Wood in the 20th minute but then the O's came back when Dan Akpoveta scored just after the half hour. The half ended 2-1 but Billy Bennett increased the Borough lead 8 minutes into the second half. Gary Alexander converted a 58th minute penalty for 4-1 then Vines added their 5th with 12 minutes left to play. He completed a great hat-trick in time added at the end.

Final Score: Borough 6-1 Orpington


Corinthian and Hollands and Blair played out a goal-less draw and the tie had to be decided on penalties which Blair won by 4 to 1.

Final Score: Blair 0-0 Hoops. Blair win 4-1 on penalties



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Premier Division


Postponed today: Tunbridge Wells v Lordswood.


Phoenix Sports had a hiccup today at Woodstock Sports as they held to a 0-0 draw. They extended their lead to 11 points though because the Deres were otherwise engaged. Woodstock stay in 14th place.

Final Score: Woodstock 0-0 Phoenix.


Ashford United move up to 3rd place after coming from behind to win at Erith Town. Elyong Katung gave the Dockers a 13th minute lead but Nuts & Bolts top scorer Stuart Zanone levelled on the stroke of half time. Zanone then doubled his and Ashford's tally with a 73rd minute penalty conversion. He topped off a fine day's work with his hat-trick goal 6 minutes from time. The Dockers are un-moved.

Final Score: Dockers 1-3 Nuts & Bolts.


Beckenham Town move up 2 places into 5th after this convincing win at home to Deal Town. Jamie Turner opened the Becks account in the 18th minute with what proved to be the only first half goal. Jamie Humphries, the League's top scorer, added Becks 2nd 8 minutes into the second half then doubled his tally 10 minutes after that. Travis Gregory got in on the scoring act with his 68th minute effort and Hassan Jalloh made it 5-0 10 minutes from time. Conor Coyne hit a consolation goal for Deal 2 minutes from time but Humphries still had time to complete his 6th hat-trick so far this term. Deal remain in 19th place.
Final Score: Becks 6-1 Deal


Sevenoaks Town had an epic 11 goal match with Holmesdale at Greatness Park. Akin Ajose scored the first goal, for the Dalers, in the opening minute. John Lord levelled within 3 minutes but then Robert Curtis restored the Dalers lead. James Holder then made it 1-3 just after the half hour mark only for Danny Hockton the pull one back on 34 minutes and then levelled the scores at 3-3 two minutes later from the penalty spot. In the second half Richmond Kissi put the Oaks in front for the first time then Tom Skelton stretched their lead further with 5 minutes left to play. There was still time for Mark Wallis to score the Oaks' 6th goal and for Benga Ogunseye to hit a 4th for the Dalers before, in time added at the end, Kissi had the final word, scoring the Oaks 7th. Sevenoaks are 8th and the Dalers are 12th.

Final Score: Oaks 7-4 Dalers.


Canterbury City went 4-0 down to Lingfield at Homelands before Ben Gorman scored on the stroke of half time. Before that the Lingers had a scoring spree with Taylor Ajay and Chan Quan alternating to score a brace apiece. In the second half Rob Lawrence scored City's 2nd and Matthew Martin hit the 3rd but in the 12 minutes that followed they couildn't quite find the equaliser and Lingfield take all three points. City are now 10th with Lingfield lying in 17th place.

Final Score: City 3-4 Lingers


Crowborough Athletic took the lead at Fisher when Jason Barton scored the only first half goal just after the half-hour. 6 minutes after the break Max Rothwell levelled the game before Jordan Adekunle put the Fish in front on the hour. A 70th minute own goal by the luckless Calum Ridley put Fisher further in front and Keanu Williams topped it all off with the Fisher 4th in time added at the end. The Crows are 13th and the Fish are 18th.

Final Score: Fish 4-1 Crows.




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Alfie May (5), E&B 09/08 L
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Alfie May, E&B 13/09 L
Tom Scorer, Ashford 13/09 L
Damien Ramsamy, SOaks 23/09 L
Mark Chiverton, Fisher, 04/10 FAV
Joe Fuller, TWells 22/11 FAV
Alex Chambers, Cray 06/12 L
Jamie Humphries, Becks 06/01 LC
Adam Marsh, E&B 24/01 L
Mohammed Eisa, G'wich 10/02 L
Jamie Humphries, Becks 28/02 L

Gary Clarke, Ashford Utd, 09/08 L
Jamie Humphries (4), Becks 30/08 L
Aaron Jeffrey (4), Cray Valley 13/09 L
Jamie Humphries, Becks 13/09 L
Daniel Stewart, H'dale 27/09 L
Mohammed Eisa, Corrie 04/10 FAV
Mohammed Eisa, Corrie 22/11 L
Gary Alexander (4) G'wich 13/12 L
Ricky Freeman, Phoenix 21/01 L
Rikki Cable, Holmes 24/01 L
Paul Vines, Greenwich 28/02 FAV

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Lewis Wood (5), G'wich, 31/08 FAC
Scott Treleavan (5), C'borough 09/09 L
Alfie May, E&B 20/09 L
Ricky Gundry, Roch, 04/10 FAV
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