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Stamp Out Foul Language at Football

 

A message from a geniune but angry visitor.

 

"Your web site says that you want to cut out swearing yet I went to see the game between [Team 'A'] & [Team 'B'] on Boxing Day and the swearing from both teams was disgusting. It was clearly audible to everybody [but] the referee did not caution any player. I would never take my family to see any of your games"

 

This is obviously not the way to build your support and families are the way forward. Think again!!

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Last Week's round-up

 

Scorers table updated to include Saturday 06 February

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Saturday 13 February

 

Premier Division

 

Into the final third of the season and Hollands & Blair's lead over Greenwich Borough is reduced to just 3 points and Borough have a game in hand (although Blair have a 14 goal advantage on goal difference).

 

Hollands & Blair travelled to Corinthian and met with a very determined Hoops side. Blair took the lead after just 2 minutes through a Rob Denness headed goal but Oscar Housego levelled in the 36th minute for a half time scoreline of 1-1. in just over 2 minutes of the restart Luke Tanner gave the Hoops the lead then, in the 77th minute, Jack Bath scored the Hoops 3rd. In the final minute Denness pulled a goal back for Blair but Corinthian ran out deserved winners. Hoops go up into 4th place.

Final Score: Hoops 3-2 Blair

 

Greenwich Borough kept up the pressure with a comfortable win at home to Canterbury City. Matt Baker put Borough in front in the 6th minute then Mohammed Eisa made it 2-0 before half time. Eisa added a third just after the hour mark before completing his hat-trick 3 minutes before the end of the game (though this last goal is the subject of a dubious goals tribunal as Michael Power is claiming it). City drop to 12th place.

Final Score: Borough 4-0 City

 

 

Picture by Alan Coomes - more here

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Ashford United showed they were still in the title race with a conclusive win at home to Beckenham Town. Shaun Welford netted first in the 35th minute then Ryan Palmer made it 2-0 just 2 before the half time whistle. Charlie Dickens made it 3-0 on 47 minutes and Jon Pilbeam scored the 4th Nuts & Biolts goal just after the hour mark. Tom Fagg scored a brace for 6-0 before Phil McBean grabbed a consolation for Becks from the spot 7 minutes from full time. Becks drop back to 6th.

Final Score: Nuts & Bolts 6-1 Becks

 

Lordswood let a 2-0 lead slip at home to Tunbridge Wells before running our best-of-five winners. The Lords took the lead through Brima Daramy in the 13th minute then Nick Wybrow doubled 7 minutes later but Ryan Cradley and Chris Seenam each scored for the Wells for a 2-2 half time scoreline. Richie Hammell scored what proved to be the winner 10 minutes from full time. Lordswood move up a place to 5th while TWells remain in 18th.

Final Score: Lords 3-2 TWells

 

Erith & Belvedere remain in 7th place despit being on the losing end at home to AFC Croydon Athletic. After a goal-less first half Raheem Sterling-Parker put the Rams in front 10 minutes from full time before Callum Maclean made certain of the points in the 90th. Rams go up into 8th place.

Final Score: Deres 0-2 Rams

 

Cray Valley PM jumped up 3 places to 9th after winning at home to Croydon. All the goal action took place in the first half which saw Rory Hill score both goals, the first inside the first minute and the second on 37 minutes. The Trams remain in 16th place.

 

Crowborough Athletic drop 2 places to 11th while Fisher move up a place to 13th after this 2-2 draw at the Crowborough Community Stadium. Sam Carrington put the Crows on the road with the first goal in the 39th minute. Calvin Ekpiteta levelled 2 minutes into the second half then Chan Quan put the Fish in front on 77 minutes. Carrington scored the Crows leveller 3 minutes from full time.

Final Score: Crows 2-2 Fish

 

The Holmesdale v Sevenoaks game was postponed.

 

Tuesday 16 February

 

Premier Division

 

Ashford United have 4 or 5 games to make up on some clubs. Tonight they welcome Rochester United and Corinthian are at home to Crowborough Athletic while Lordswood travel to Erith Town.

 

Wednesday 17 February

 

Premier Division

 

Leaders Hollands & Blair welcome Deal Town.

 

 

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