First Division

First Division – Saturday 3rd October

Saturday 3rd October

First Division

Lydd Town 2-2 Croydon

Meridian VP 0-2 Rochester Utd

Rusthall 1-3 Holmesdale

SC Thamesmead 2-0 Lewisham Borough

Stansfeld 0-4 Kennington

Sutton Athletic 2-3 Greenways


Kennington kept up their perfect start in the League when winning 4-0 away at Stansfeld, there 4th win in 4 games so far.

Gary Lockyer scored his 6th and 7th goals of the season, added to by finishes from Ryan Philpott and Gary Clarke to complete a great afternoon by the leaders at Foxbury.

Rochester United remain in sceond place and are still unbeaten after they won 2-0 at Meridian VP this afternoon.

A second half Lucas Payne header and  last minute Jack Carthy penalty earned the Spartans the win in South East London.

It was a good afternoon for Holmesdale as they picked up their 3rd win in a row to move into 3rd place in the table.

Sam Adenola, Nathan Palmer and Rory Ward all scored in a 3-1 win at Rusthall, a 3rd loss for the hosts this season.

SC Thamesmead marked this seasons opening of Bayliss Avenue with a 2-0 over Lewisham Borough.

A belated home debut for the Acre was worth the wait with the points being earned thanks to goals from Mayowa Olufeko and England Kurti.

4th placed Greenways were once again involved in the highest scoring game of the day and once again in went in their favour as they came out best in a 5-goal thriller at Sutton Athletic.

The Greens were 3-0 up inside an hour thanks to goals from Aaron Kleman, Brad Cross and Farai Maganga before the hosts made a game of it, scoring twice late on but not being able to level the match.

Lydd Town and Croydon shared the points after an entertaining 2-2 draw on the coast.

Dale Horton opened the scoring for the hosts before goals from Andy Somo and Dan Vaughan gave the Trams a half time lead.

Croydon couldn’t put the game out of sight despite plenty of chances and were to rue that wastefulness when Horton scored again to give the Lydders a share of the spoils.

Main Photo: Evan Tinsley