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Tuesday 27 January


SCEFL Challenge Cup First Round


Holmesdale went behind to Erith Town when Dominic Weston scored (time not known). Rikki Cable levelled the scores before half time. Marcus Cassius put the Dockers in front again 10 minutes after the restart then doubled his tally for 1-3 just 10 minutes later.
It's the dockers then who progress to the quarter final and an away tie to Phoenix Sports next Tuesday.



Wednesday 28 January


Premier Division


Leaders Phoenix Sports welcome 5th placed Tunbridge Wells. Phoenix are making up one of their games in hand today so will be looking to maximise their points potential, especially after suffering a Kent Senior Trophy defeat on Saturday. The Wells will have their own plans for the three points so it should be a great game at Phoenix Sports Ground.


Corinthian are away to 11th placed Cray Valley PM. The Hoops are third and 3 points ahead of 4th. Their recent form has them in 4th place, one place below tonights visitors. Hoops six game figures are 5-0-1 while the Millers have 5-1-0. Close, or what?


The other game tonight has 7th placed Greenwich Borough welcoming 18th placed Lingfield. Borough's recent form figures of 4-1-1 see them 5th in the recent form table. Lingers have figures of 2-0-4 and they rest in 15th place.




Saturday 24 January


FA Carlsberg Vase, 4th Round replay


Tunbridge Wells went 1-0 up through a Paul Booth goal in the 35th minute but, after the half time break Terry Bohane levelled the score for Highworth Town and forced the game into extra time. Ryan King gave the visitors the lead 9 minutes into the first extra time period then, 4 minutes from the end, Brendon Cass scored the goal that took the tie into a penalty shoot-out.
Final Score: TWells 2-2 Highworth - Highworth Town win 4-1 on penalties



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  Premier Division


Erith & Belvedere reduced the gap at the top to just a single point when they beat 13th placed Crowborough Athletic. Adam Marsh scored the opener for the Deres in the 10th minute then Tom Cameron levelled 6 minutes later. Marsh doubled his and the Deres tally 2 minutes after that and the half time score remained as 2-1. In the 70th minute Marsh completed his hat-trick then with 14 minutes left to play Enoch Adjei added the fourth Deres goal. Crows rest in 13th place.

Final Score: Deres 4-1 Crows


Beckenham Town move up a place to 4th after winning at home to Rochester United.  Janie Humphries netted a second half hat-trick after the half time score was 0-0. Spartans are in 14th place.

Final Score: Becks 3-0 Spartans


Ashford United remain 6th despite winning this best of 7 affair at Holmesdale. After Stuart Zanone had given Nuts & Bolts a 15th minute lead Rikki Cable smashed a brace in 2 minutes to give the Dalers the lead. In the second half Cable completed his hat-trick in the 73rd minute for 3-1 but then Ashford staged a remarkable scoring feat with 3 goals in 5 minutes, 2 from Darren Marsden and the other from Michael Smissen. Holmesdale are in 12th place.

Final Score: Dalers 3-4 Ashford


Croydon remain above Fisher but only on goal difference after the Fish took the spoils with a home win. Calvin Ekpiteta scored the first half goal in the 40th minute and Chas Davis doubled their tally 11 minutes into the second half. Trams remain in 16th place while the Fish leap up a place to 17th.

Final Score: Fish 2-0 Trams.




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The four quarter-final ties get played today.


Deal Town bow out at this second round after going down 0-1 to Kent Invicta side Orpington. The O's scorer was Josh Froggatt in the 52nd minute. Orpington now travel to Greenwich Borough in the semi-final.


Corinthian and Woodstock Sports ended 1-1 after normal time. Tom Montgomery scored for Sports in the 3rd minute and Jack Mahoney levelled after 78 minutes. The ensuing penalty shoot-out was won 5-4 by the Hoops who now meet the eventual winners of the Meridian VP v Hollands & Blair tie which was postponed today.


Phoenix Sports bow out of this competition after suffering only their 2nd defeat of the season at home to Greenwich Borough. A Gary Alexander first half penalty conversion and a goal from Paul Vines in the 66th minute saw Borough through to play Orpington at Princes Park in the semi-final.


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Hat Trick Heroes


Alfie May (5), E&B 09/08 L
Brendan Kiernon, Lingfield 20/08L
Alfie May, E&B 13/09 L
Tom Scorer, Ashford 13/09 L
Damien Ramsamy, SOaks 23/09 L
Mark Chiverton, Fisher, 04/10 FAV
Joe Fuller, TWells 22/11 FAV
Alex Chambers, Cray 06/12 L

Gary Clarke, Ashford Utd, 09/08 L
Jamie Humphries (4), Becks 30/08 L
Aaron Jeffrey (4), Cray Valley 13/09 L
Jamie Humphries, Becks 13/09 L
Daniel Stewart, H'dale 27/09 L
Mohammed Eisa, Corrie 04/10 FAV
Mohammed Eisa, Corrie 22/11 L

Brendan Cass, TWells, 09/08 L
Lewis Wood (5), G'wich, 31/08 FAC
Scott Treleavan (5), C'borough 09/09 L
Alfie May, E&B 20/09 L
Ricky Gundry, Roch, 04/10 FAV
Daniel Stewart, H'dale 04/10 LC
Stuart Zanone, Ashford, 25/11 FAV