FA Vase 4th round draw
Exmouth Town v Corinthian
Crowborough Athletic v Eastbourne Town
Team Solent v Croydon
Exmouth Town are based in Exmouth and play in the SW Peninsular Premier Division (step 6)
Team Solent are based in Southampton and play in the Sydenhams Wessex League Premier Division (step5)
Eastbourne Town play in the Southern Combination (Sussex League) Premier Division (step 5)
Respect scheme winners
The £100 winners for the first 3 months of the season are as follows:
AUGUST: Premier: Deal Town - First: Rusthall
SEPTEMBER: Premier: Sheppey United - First: K Sports/Orpington
OCTOBER: Premier: Canterbury City - First: Phoenix Sports Res./Rusthall
The scorers table is up to date including December 3 goals click here. Please remember that only SCEFL league and league cup goals count and that goalscorers are taken from the teamsheets submitted via Full Time.
Wednesday December 7
Buildbase FA Vase 3rd round replay
Crowborough Athletic join Corinthian and Croydon in the 4th round of the FA Vase after winning 3-2 at Bedfont Sports. A brave effort by their worthy opponants who twice came back from behind but the Crows were just that bit stronger and hungrier.
Sam Carrington scored the only 1st half goal to put the Crows in the driving seat. Bedfont came back with a goal, scored by Rafia Bettamer 2 minutes into the 2nd half but with 10 minutes left to play, Henry Muggeridge put the Crows back in front. Again Bedfont levelled this time through Billy Jeffries but Jack Turner headed a fine goal with 2 minutes left on the clock to secure the Crows 4th round place. A Great Effort by the Crows.
Sevenoaks Town are up to 2nd place after their 5-1 win at home to Erith & Belvedere. Mickey Dalton gave the Oaks a 5th minute lead but Aaron Leacock levelled 7 minutes later. Byron Walker restored the Oaks lead before Dalton made it 3-1 just after the half hour. Harrison Cag=rnegie had the last word of the half when he scored the Oaks' 4th goal. Walker doubled his tally just past the hour mark to complete the scoring. The Deres are in 13th place.
Seven goals for no reply was the end result of the Erith Town v Cray Valley PM game in the Millers' favour and sees then sitting in 6th place. Denzel Gayle scored the only 1st half goal and he doubled his and the Millers tally 7 minutes into the 2nd half. After that the Millers were gifted an own goal before Taylor McDonagh and Joe Matthews each added a single. A brace from Ainsley Everitt on 80 and 82 minutes ended the onslaught for the Dockers who now reside in 18th place.
The spoils of the battle of Croydon went to the Trams who found a rich late vein of goals to plunder. The Rams (AFC Croydon Athletic) were in front after 5 minutes thanks to Warren Mfula but Reisse Franklin levelled 7 minutes later. Brad Wilson restored the Rams lead on 22 minutes but Jeff Duah-Kessie put the Trams level again within 3 minutes. 2-2 at half time it was the Trams who went in front 3 minutes into the 2nd half and it was Lauris Chin who put them there before Mfula levelled at 3-3 just after the hour mark. 3 goals in short fashion came from Duah-Kessie (89p), Adam Allen (90) and Ben Tagon (90+) to give all 3 points to Croydon. The Rams are in 7th place while the Trams are in 10th.
Tuesday December 6
Ashford United return to top spot after winning 4-2 at home to Whitstable Town. Almost inevitably it was Shaun Welford who gave the Nuts & Bolts the lead after 13 minutes but The Natives were back on level pegging when an as yet unknown Oysterman slotted home on the stroke of half time. Ollie Lee then put Whitstable in front 7 minutes into the second half but Rory Hill equalised within 4 minutes. Welford added the Nuts & Bolts 3rd goal from the spot on 79 then Luke Eldridge wrapped up the scoring with number 4 in the final minute. The Natives lie in 8th place.
Bearsted are 16th tonight after a 1-0 home win against Canterbury City (11th). Andy Irvine scored the only goal in the 70th minute.
Hospitals Charity Cup Division 1 First round
Kent Football United well and truly booked their place in the 2nd round by putting 8 past a luckless Meridian VP for nought in reply. Perrie Rose scored a brace as did Adam Williams while there were singles for Luke Coleman, Jordan Anderson and Dominic Weston. The other goal was an OG.
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