On This Day

On This Day – 18th March

On This Day – 18th March – 2014

SCEFL Premier Division 

Ashford United 1 – 1 Cray Valley PM
Greenwich Borough 4 – 0 Woodstock Sports
Rochester United 2 – 1 Deal Town
Whyteleafe 4 – 0 Sevenoaks Town

SCEFL Challenge Cup

Erith Town 1-1 Corinthian
Beckenham Town 3-0 Fisher

Back in 2014 Whyteleafe and Greenwich Borough both picked up 4-0 home wins while Rochester United were also victors on their own turf as they saw off Deal Town 2-1.
Whyteleafe would go on to win the league in this year ahead of runners-up Ashford United, who were held to a 1-1 draw today by Cray Valley PM.

With a 4-1 first leg lead Corinthian were happy with their 1-1 draw in leg two and made their way into the Challenge Cup final.
They would be joined by Beckenham Town, who turned around a 4-3 loss from the week before to progress thanks to a 3-0 win here.

On This Day – 18th March – 2017

SCEFL Premier Division

Ashford United 3 – 3 AFC Croydon Athletic
Beckenham Town 1 – 0 Corinthian
Cray Valley PM 3 – 2 Hollands & Blair
Crowborough Athletic 2 – 0 Rochester United
Croydon 4 – 2 Bearsted
Deal Town 1 – 0 Sevenoaks Town
Fisher 2 – 0 Lordswood
Sheppey United 1 – 1 Canterbury City

As usual there were plenty of goals around in the Premier Division and on this day Croydon were the individual top scorers as they scored 4 at home to Bearsted.
Andy Mott got 2 of them with Jeff Duah-Kessie and Lauris Chin getting the others as the Trams outscored the Bears, for whom Sam Flisher and Con Scarlat found the net.
There was also 6 goals at Homelands, but no winner, as eventual League champs Ashford United drew 3-3 with AFC Croydon. Ryan Palmer, Shaun Welford and Rory Hill scored for the hosts with Warren Mfula (x2) and Jack Higgins replying for the Rams.
Jason Thompson was among the scorers as Cray Valley beat Hollands & Blair while Ritchie Hamill and Alvaro Casado were on target in a Fisher win against Lordswood.
Beckenham and Deal Town both won by a single goal and it was a 2-0 victory for Crowborough Athletic, as they hosted Rochester United.
Sheppey United and Canterbury City could not be split as goals from Richard Atkins and Gary Mickelborough secured a point for each side at Holm Park.

On This Day – 18th March – 2017

SCEFL Premier Division

Forest Hill Park 1 – 0 Stansfeld
Glebe 2 – 1 K Sports
Kent Football United 2 – 0 Meridian VP
Lydd Town 4 – 0 Crockenhill
Orpington 0 – 0 Bridon Ropes
Phoenix Sports Res 0 – 2 Holmesdale
SC Thamesmead 2 – 4 Gravesham Borough
Sutton Athletic 2 – 0 Rusthall

Glebe would win the First Division title this season and were winners today, beating K Sports 2-1 thanks to an Aaron Jeffrey double.
It was 4 goals from 4 different scorers for Lydd as they saw of Crockenhill while Jamar Dobson was the only man to hit the target as Forest Hill beat Stansfeld 1-0.
There were 2-0 wins for Holmesdale, Sutton Athletic and Kent Football and six goals at Bayliss Avenue in a 4-2 win for visiting Gravesham Borough against SC Thamesmead.
Orpington and Bridon Ropes played out a 0-0 draw.