Saturday 30th November
League leaders Tunbridge Wells lost 1-6 away to Whyteleafe who are currently 6th. The Wells remain on top despite this mauling. Things got off on the wrong foot when Jason Bourne scored into his own net but then Perry Spackman levelled just before the 20 minute mark. Jensen Grant restored the Whyteleafe lead then Taylor Smith made it 3-1 at half time. In the second half, Roscoe Dsane netted a hat-trick to take the Leafe up to 5th place.
Erith Town go up into 3rd place after this 1-0 win at home to Woodstock Sports. Matt Knuckey scored the lone goal in the 56th minute.
Rochester United lost 2-3 at home to Fisher. Steve Rothery scored first for Rochester in the 11th minute but Junior James levelled 5 minutes before half time. Tom Carr put the Fish in front 10 minutes from full time but Ashley Cooper equalised with 3 minutes left on the clock. James nicked the win with a goal in time added at the end.
Kent Senior Trophy Second Round
Ashford United are through with a 2-1 win at home to Sevenoaks Town. Harry Smith was the first to score for the Oaks then 3 minutes into the second half, Dan Scorer levelled the tie. Tom Scorer hit what proved to be the winner on 69 minutes.
Beckenham Town won 5-1 at home to Cray Valley PM. Alfie Nunn scored from the spot and Charlie Welps from open play to give Becks a 2-0 half time lead. Laurant Hamici gave Cary hope with his 62nd minute strike but Jake Hobbs restored the 2 goal lead 9 minutes later. Travis Gregory hit the 4th Becks goal then Jamie Humphries finished things off 6 minutes from time.
Corinthian won 3-1 after extra time at home to Kent Invicta League side Sutton Athletic. Denzyl Gayle put the Corries in front in the 6th minute but just after the half hour mark Sutton's Jack Howlett equalised and that was it until the 90 minutes were up. In extra time Adam Marsh and skipper Ryan Johnson saved the Corries blushes.
Lordswood lost 3-0 at home to Kent Invicta League Fleet Leisure. Fleet took the lead through a Colin Richmond 28th minute goal. In the second half Jason Sowle doubled the lead on the hour then, in time added at the end, Joe Degnin made certain of a round three place.
Phoenix Sports welcomed Holmesdale and ended up 3-2winners. Nick Wybrow opened the scoring in the 9th minute for the Dalers but Billy Bennett levelled within a minute. Chris Hill gave Phoenix the lead at the break. Chris Edwards made it 3-1 after 73 minutes then a Luke Coleman penalty conversion for Holmesdale made for a nervous last 6 minutes.
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