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Weekend Round-up


The Buildbase FA Vase 2nd Qualifying Round

Seven go through, One still to play and 3 in replays.

Beckenham Town, Bridon Ropes, Corinthian, Crowborough Athletic, Croydon, FC Elmstead and Tunbridge Wells are all through to the 1st Round Proper. Canterbury City have their delayed tie against Peacehaven & Telscombe still to come on Wednesday. The Glebe v Deal Town tie is to be replayed on Tuesday at the Charles Sports Ground and the Ringmer v Sporting Club Thamesmead tie will replay on Wednesday.

Beckenham Town came back from 1-0 down to win 2-1 at Rochester United. Dan Nash scored for the Spartans after 30 minutes then Marvin Alobiuso levelled on the hour. Extra time saw James Fitzgerald hit the winner 5 minutes before the end.
Bridon Ropes also went into extra time in their tie at home to Rusthall. Alex Rich put the visitors in front in the 78th minute but Jordan Johnson levelled with 8 minutes of normal time to go. Joe Hall hit the Ropes' winner 2 minutes into the extra period.
Corinthian won this best-of-5 tie at home to Sevenoaks Town. Byron Walker gave the visitors a dream start with goals in the 1st and 19th minutes but a Jack Billings penalty conversion and a goal from Louis Clarke saw the sides go in even at half time. Clarke hit the deciding goal on 69 minutes.
Crowborough Athletic won by 2 clear goals to nil at home to Gravesham Borough. After a goal-less first half Henry Muggeridge and Ross Treleaven each scored in the last 14 minutes.
Croydon faced 'foreign' opposition in the form of Mile Oak from the Southern Combination Premier Division. The Trams went ahead after 27 minutes through Jeff Duah-Kessie but then Jack Stenning pulled the Oak level. Karl Douglin restored the Trams lead just before half time. Michael Craviero made it 3-1 in the 64th minute.
Jack Jeffrey netted the only FC Elmstead goal 5 minutes from full time in their tie at home to AFC Uckfield Town.
Tunbridge Wells had the biggest win of the day at East Preston. Ryan Crandley hit a brace while Jason Barton and Perry Spackman each scored singles. Dylan Barnes replied for East Preston in the final minute.

Glebe and Deal Town shared a 1-1 draw after Connor Coyne's 25th minute goal was cancelled out by Sam Long's equaliser 10 minutes later. The sides start again on Tuesday at the Charles Sports Ground. Meanwhile Sporting Club Thamesmead drew 2-2 at Ringmer. The scorers were not reported. Replay at Baylis Avenue on Wednesday.

Canterbury City had to wait for the result of the Worthing United/Peacehaven & Telscombe replayed tie which Peacehaven won. The City tie will be played at Homelands on Wednesday.

Holmesdale went out 1-4 at home to Banstead Athletic, Jamie Williams scored the Dalers consolation after 81 minutes, Sheppey United lost 1-3 at Chichester City, the Sheppey scorer is unknown and AFC Croydon lost 1-2 at Eastbourne United. Jack Guilford scored for the Rams to level at 1-1 in the 19th minute.


Premier Division

Ashford United are 3rd after they won 3-0 at Hollands & Blair. Rory Hill scored the only first half goal after 28 minutes then Shaun Welford hit 2 in the second half. Blair are in 7th place.
Lordswood 8th after they returned to winning ways at home to Fisher. James Alderman opened the scoring for the Lords after 18 minutes then Regan Payne doubled on 24. Guylepsy Menga pulled one back for the Fish and the half ended 2-1. Alderman doubled his tally in the 82nd minute and Junior Alade made it 4-1 with 5 minutes left to play. The Fish are in 18th place.
Erith & Belvedere added to Erith Town's woes with a 4-0 drubbing at Park View Road. No goals in the first half then Alex Anderson netted 3 minutes into the second period. Michael Fahm added a brace with Josh Froggatt adding another in between the Fahm pair. The Deres are in 12th place and the Dockers are last.


First Division

Rusthall are top with Glebe still second. Both sides were in Vase action today.
Kent Football United notched their 7th win so far at 8th placed Snodland Town. 0-3 was the final score with Daryl Gylan (2) and Dominic Weston scoring the KFU goals.
Sutton Athletic are in 4th place having won 4-1 at home to Forest Hill Park. Chris Mirlees, Jonny Murray and Daniel Gunner each scored for Sutton before Ighoghoe Ereduauwa scored the Park consolation goal in the final minute. There was still time for Jay Smale to net a 4th for Sutton deep in time added. FHP are 10th.
Orpington go into 5th place following their 2-2 draw at home to Eltham Palace. Matteo Badchkam and Olli Lacey scored the O's pair before Billy Lolley (p) and Billy Shinners each scored for Palace who now sit in 15th place.
Lydd Town are 7th after their 2-0 win away at Crockenhill. Ryan Smith and James Everitt were the Lydd marksmen. The Crocks are in 16th place.
And, finally, 11th placed K Sports hit 7 past Lewisham Borough (Community) for 2 in return. Edward Morant scored first for K Sports but David Tshianu levelled for a half time 1-1 scoreline. Morant scored the first second half goal before Nick Nowotny and Sam Chapman each netted twice (1-6) then Steve McQueen reduced the deficit with 2 minutes to go only for Morant to complete his hat-trick in time added at the end. Lewisham have still to register a point.



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