On This Day

On This Day – 23rd February

On This Day – 23rd February 

SCEFL Premier Division  – 2019

Corinthian 1 – 0 Fisher
Erith Town 1 – 2 Chatham Town
Glebe 4 – 2 Hollands And Blair
K Sports 4 – 1 Croydon
Lordswood 1 – 0 Crowborough Athletic
Sheppey United 1 – 0 Beckenham Town
Tunbridge Wells 1 – 2 Rusthall

Jack Bath scored the only goal as Corinthian edged out 10-man Fisher.
Jack Harris and Abdi Mohammed both netted doubles as Glebe won 4-2 against Hollands & Blair while there were 4 different scorers as K Sports beat soon-to-be-relegated Croydon 4-1.
Byron Walker scored a late winner as Chatham Town won in Erith.
Joe Kane and Ryan Lewis got the only goals in their games for Lordswood and Sheppey United respectively and Sam Murray and Charlie Clover were the heroes for Rusthall as they won the derby game with Tunbridge Wells.

FA Vase Quarter Final

Willand Rovers 1-3 Cray Valley PM

Kevin Lisbie and Gavin Tomlin were on target as Cray Valley saw off Devon’s Willand Rovers 3-1.
The Millers would go on to reach Wembley after an epic semi-final double-header against the SCEFL’s own Canterbury City.

On This Day – 23rd February 

SCEFL First Division  – 2019

Erith & Belvedere 4 – 0 Bridon Ropes
FC Elmstead 3 – 0 Lewisham Borough
Forest Hill Park 1 – 1 Greenways
Meridian VP 1 – 7 Sutton Athletic
Phoenix Sports Reserves 1 – 1 Stansfeld
Snodland Town 2 – 3 Kent Football Utd

On this day two years ago, Harry Harding scored twice to help Erith & Belvedere to a 4-0 win at home to Bridon Ropes. The Deres would gain promotion that season.
Victor Okisor, Alvin Turyatemba and Dom Weston all netted for FC Elmstead in victory over Lewisham Borough.
Kameiko Pope-Campbell and Brad Cross got the goals as Forest Hill Park and Greenways drew 1-1 while Phoenix Sports Reserves and Stansfeld also shared that scoreline with Liam Donaldson and Billy Shinners getting the goals.
Kent Football United edged out Snodland Town in a 5-goal thriller but there was 8 scored between Meridian VP and Sutton Athletic, with Arlie Desanges getting 4 of Sutton’s 7. They would finish the campaign in 5th – Meridian finished bottom.