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The race is a two horse affair now. Whyteleafe need a point from 2 games to take the Championship. Ashford must win both their last two if they are to be winners this season.


Monday 21 April


Premier Division


Whyteleafe and Ashford United meet at Church Road, Whyteleafe, in what is, quite literally, the game of the season. A win is the only result for Ashford to remain in the hunt. A draw or a win will see the Leafe crowned as Champions.


There are other games today where clubs will be trying to get the best finishing position they can by next Saturday so every game matters.


Having said that, there is one side who have met their waterloo already. Woodstock Sports are confirmed in bottom place. They have a 1.00pm kick-off in their final home game of the season against Fisher who need a win if they are to have any chance of improving on their current 15th place.


Tunbridge Wells, 3rd, are currently level on points with Erith Town and lead them on goal difference. They are 9 points behind 2nd. Today they travel to 16th placed Sevenoaks Town who are 4 points behind Fisher, the only side within reaching distance.


Erith Town have 3rd place in their sights as they welcome 14th placed Rochester United to Badger Sports. Rochester can move up 2 places with a win and the right results elsewhere.


Corinthian are 4 points adrift of both Erith and Tunbridge Wells and are not playing until Wednesday so will not move up today come what may.


Beckenham Town are 5 points shy of 7th place and just a point ahead of 9th. They have a 1.00pm kick-off at home to 13th placed Canterbury City. City have a single point separation above and below.


And finally today, Deal Town, 12th, welcome 10th placed Holmesdale. Neither side can move upwards but both have teams snapping at their exposed bits.




Wednesday 23 April


The penultimate date of this season will not see any further changes to winners and losers. Some good matches though.


Premier Division


Canterbury City welcome Corinthian to Winch's Field, Cray Valley PM have their last home game at Badger Sports against Lordswood, Greenwich Borough host Holmesdale and Rochester United are at home for the final time this term against Phoenix Sports.








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Hat Trick Heroes


Rikki Cable, Erith Town 10/08 L
Ricky Freeman, Phoenix Sports 26/08 Lge
Alfie Nunn, Beckenham Town 14/09 Lge
Michael Smissen, Ashford Utd 24/09 Lge
Charlie Vines, Cray Valley 27/11 LSC
Stuart Zanone, Greenwich Boro 11/01/14
Rob Welling, W'stock Sp 05/03/14 LgeCup
Aaron Jeffery(4), Erith Town 12/04/14 Lge

Taylor Smith, Whyteleafe 21/08 FAC
Ricky Freeman, Phoenix Sports 31/08 Lge
Jermeel Jno Baptiste, Sevenoaks 17/09 Lge
Ricky Freeman, Phoenix Sports 05/10 KST
Roscoe Dsane, Whyteleafe 30/11 Lge
Travis Gregory, Beckenham 22/02 LgeCup
Junior James, Fisher 01/04 Lge

Kieron Byrne, Ashford United 26/08 Lge
Harry Smith (4), Sevenoaks Town 07/09 FAC
Jeff Duah Kessie, Greenwich Boro 22/09 FAV
Laurent Hamici, Cray Valley 12/10 Lge
Sam Clayton, Whyteleafe 28/12 Lge
Ian Parsons, T Wells 22/02 Lge
Jason Thompson,Whyteleafe 01/04 Lge