On This Day

On This Day – 26th February

On This Day – 26th February 

SCEFL Premier Division  – 2017

Cray Valley PM 2-5 Ashford United

Ashford United picked up a 5-2 win at Cray Valley PM on this Sunday in 2017.
Shaun Welford scored a hat-trick for Ashford with Adrian Stone and Stuart West getting the others.
Jason Thompson netted both the goals for the Millers before getting sent off with 20 minutes to play.
Ashford United would go on to win the title that season with Cray Valley PM finishing 4th.

On This Day – 26th February 

SCEFL Premier Division  – 2019

Lordswood 2-3 Fisher

Fisher came back from 2-0 down early on to earn a 3-2 win at Lordswood.
Teddy Nelson and Fjord Rogers had given the hosts an early advantage before Pat Geddis, Kush Campbell-Palmer and Harry Tobin scored the goals that saw the points return to South London.
Fisher would finish the season in an impressive 3rd place with Lordswood ending in 10th.

Kent Senior Trophy – 2019

Beckenham Town 3-2 St Peter

Beckenham Town edged their Kent Senior Trophy Semi-Final game with Jersey’s St Peter on this Tuesday night in 2019.
A Shameek Farrell goal and Luis Medina double helped Becks to set up a final against Chatham Town, which they would narrowly lose in added time.

On This Day – 26th February 

SCEFL First Division  – 2019

FC Elmstead 2 – 2 SC Thamesmead

The points were shared between these two mid-table teams at Lower Road on a cold Tuesday night in the First Division.
Louis Sprosen and Alvin Turyatembra had given the hosts a half-time lead but replies from Max Williams and Stephen Weatherley meant that the points were shared.

On This Day – 26th February 

SCEFL Premier Division  – 2020

Erith Town 3-0 AFC Croydon

One year ago Erith Town picked up a comfortable 3-0 win at home to AFC Croydon.
Fred Obasa and Michael Power added to an earlier own goal to give The Dockers a win a few weeks before the season was brought to an abrupt end.

On This Day – 26th February 

SCEFL First Division  – 2020

Rochester United 2-2 Bridon Ropes

Bridon Ropes scored twice in the last 10 minutes to earn an unlikely point at Rochester United.
Reece Gillies and Luis Dos Santos had put the Spartans ahead early on but James Murphy and Patrick Giovagnoli forced the draw.