On This Day – 14th April – 2019
Kent Senior Trophy Final
Beckenham Town 0-1 Chatham Town
Chatham Town’s long wait for silverware was finally over on this day in 2019 as they won the Kent FA Senior Trophy, beating Beckenham Town after extra time at the Gallagher Stadium. Michael Hagan’s 102nd minute goal won it for the Chats but they had multiple chances to wrap it up long before then.
On This Day – 14th April – 2018
SCEFL Premier Division
Beckenham Town 3-2 Bearsted
Chatham Town 0-3 Sevenoaks Town
Cray Valley PM 2-1 Hollands & Blair
Deal Town 1-1 Tunbridge Wells
Erith Town 1-5 Corinthian
Glebe 0-1 Crowborough Athletic
Lordswood 3-3 Croydon
Rochester United 0-2 Canterbury City
Rusthall 0-3 Whitstable Town
Sheppey United 1-3 AFC Croydon Ath
SCEFL First Division
Bridon Ropes 5-1 Stansfeld
Crockenhill 0-4 Gravesham Borough
Erith & Belvedere 3-0 Sutton Athletic
FC Elmstead 1-0 Phoenix Sports Res
Forest Hill Park 1-5 K Sports
Kent Football United 3-3 Meridian VP
Punjab United 3-0 Lewisham Borough
SC Thamesmead 3-1 Lydd Town
Snodland Town 1-3 Fisher
On this day in 2018 League leaders Sevenoaks Town closed in on the title with a 3-0 win at Chatham Town. Kenny Pogue got the first and last for the Oaks either side of a Corey Holder finish.
Corinthian were the biggest winners of the day, beating Erith Town 5-1 while Richard Atkins scored twice in a Beckenham victory over Bearsted.
In the First Division there were big wins for Bridon Ropes, Gravesham Borough and K Sports while Adam Cuthbert was among the scorers as leaders Punjab United won at home to Lewisham Borough.
On This Day – 14th April – 2015
SCEFL Premier Division
Ashford United 0-0 Sevenoaks Town
Greenwich Borough 2-2 Lordswood
Lingfield 2-1 Fisher
Tunbridge Wells 2-0 Corinthian
On this day in 2015 we had 4 games with two ending level and the other two giving us home wins.
At the Culverden Stadium, Tunbridge Wells were 2-0 victors thanks to goals from Paul Booth and Ian Parsons against Corinthian. There were 3 goals and 3 red cards in the Lingfield v Fisher game but the hosts came out on top with Simon Wallace and Sammy Clements both on target.
Mo Eisa and Gary Alexander scored for Greenwich Borough in a draw with Lordswood, for whom Grant Brown netted a double and Ashford United v Sevenoaks Town finished goalless.