# --------------------------------# --------------

"Important Notice"

Due to the enforced retirement on ill health grounds of the current incumbent, the League is looking for a new Secretary to assume duties before the end of this current season. The role of the secretary forms the most important link between the football authorities, the league itself and clubs.

Candidates must be able to demonstrate strong administrative skills as well as being IT literate and be familiar with Word, Powerpoint and Excel, as well as knowledge and understanding of FA Rules and FA Directives. Knowledge and understanding of FA Full-Time and the Whole Game System would be a bonus.

For a more detailed job description or to directly apply please contact League Chair Denise Richmond on chair@scefl.com. before 27th February 2017.


To Bridon Ropes on their fine win over
Barking reserves in the
London Senior Trophy Quater-Final

"FA Cup and FA Vase entry for 2017-18"

Entry for next season's FA Cup and Vase competitions must be applied for and paid for online. Clubs have received application information by email and the closing date for entries is Saturday 1st April

"Polite Request"

Tuesday February 28

Premier Division
Bearsted v Sevenoaks Town


Its own page this week,


Manager-of-the-Month returns from February, Premier & 1st division managers will be presented with a trophy based on their club's record for that month.

we are pleased to announce the sponsors for the awards are Trophies & Gifts of Canterbury,


Kent Reliance Senior Trophy Final
Sunday April 9th

Ashford United v Cray Valley PM

Top Scorers

The scorers table is up to date including February 18th 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.

Saturday February 25 updates

Premier Division

Crowborough Athletic go top with victory over a hardworking Erith Town winning 2-1, Canterbury City had a good result against Croydon running out 3-0 winners, Beckingham Town was convincing winners against a poor Lordswood finishing up 3-0 victors to lift them off the bottom, Corinthian was beaten by a strong AFC Croydon 0-2 to take AFC Croydon up into 4th place, Deal Town were strong competitors against a lack lustre Erith & Belvedere with an enthatic 6-0 scoreline with H,Alexander contributing a hat-trick, Bearsted had a good day at the office with a 0-3 win over lowly Fisher, Holland & Blair continue their rise as a 2-1 win over Rochester United saw them jump to 6th in the table, Sevenoaks Town stay 3rd after beating Sheppey United 1-2 away with McCann and Dalton scoring the goals after Sheppey went in front through Froggatt on 11 minutes, Whitstable Town fought out a 1-1 draw against the travelling Tunbridge Wells. on a blustery day. Wells took the lead on 57 minutes through J,Lawrence scoring a penalty. thats how it stayed until C,Smith popped up with the leveller on 85 minutes to spoil the day for Tunbridge Wells,


Whitstable Town v Tunbridge Wells, 1-1


First Division

Top of the table Rusthall kept up their challenge for the title with an enthatic 6-0 win over SC Thamesmead. unfortunately we was not supplied with any scorers so cannot comment. but a good win all the same, Eltham Palace and Snodland fought out a 1-1 draw,FC Elmstead gave away a 2-0 lead before Crockenhill found a second gear to level the game late on, Forest Hill Park hosted the climbing Lydd Town only to be beaten 0-1 with a goal from D,Bass on 38 minutes, Gravesham Borough v Meridian ended all square 0-0, K Sports overwhelmed Lewisham Borough with a 6-2 scoreline after falling behind in the 19th min through Zepo, level after 22, saw Borough take the lead again on 29minute. after that it was one-way traffic, a hat-trick scored by C,Smith keep them on the prowl, Kent Football United saw Sutton Athletic visit and was beaten by goals from W,Roomes & A,Desanges, Orpington took on the high flying Glebe only to undone 1-3, Glebe now on heels of the leaders with games in hand makes for a good run-in,
pic to follow,

London Senior Trophy Quarter Final

Bridon Ropes travelled to East London to take on Barking Reserves, The SCEFL side took the lead in the 16th minute through D,Gould, soon after the home team levelled on 24, Bridon Ropes then stepped up the gears and went in front with a goal coming from J,Docherty coming on 55, in the 60th the third came through J,Hall to make it comfortable, J,Woodcock rounded off their fourth on 84 minutes, Barking Reserves got a consolation in the 88th minute to finish at a final score 2-4 , Well Done Lads,


Let us know of any vacancies and we will publish them here for you, e/mail details to webeditor@scefl.com

Any errors or mistakes on our website can be embarrasing. If you notice any please spare our blushes and let me know via webeditor@scefl.com
Thanks, ED