On This Day

On This Day – 27th February

On This Day – 27th February 

SCEFL Premier Division  – 2016

Cray Valley PM 0 – 0 Rochester United
Crowborough Athletic 0 – 6 Hollands & Blair
Croydon 2 – 1 Deal Town
Holmesdale 0 – 0 Canterbury City
Lordswood 0 – 1 Greenwich Borough
Sevenoaks Town 7 – 1 Beckenham Town
Tunbridge Wells 3 – 1 Erith Town

Kent Senior Trophy – 2016

Ashford United 1-1 Corinthian (4-2 pens)

Sevenoaks Town scored 7 in a comfortable win on this day in 2016 with Beckenham Town their unfortunate victims. Michael Fahm and Joe Bingham were among the goals for the Oaks, who would finish the season in 5th.
Hollands & Blair hit 6 in a big win at Crowborough Athletic.
Bryan Greenfield, James McDonald, Rob Denness and Stuart West all hit the target for Blair who would finish the campaign as runners-up.
Greenwich Borough would win the league. On this Saturday Michael Power’s goal was the only one in the game at Lordswood.
Chris Seenan was the star for Tunbridge Wells hitting a hat-trick in a 3-1 win against Erith Town while Lauris Chin and Tristan Toney scored in a 2-1 win against Deal Town.
Holmesdale drew 0-0 with Canterbury City in the other league game.

Ashford United won a place in the Kent Senior Trophy final with a penalty shoot-out win against Corinthian in the semi-final today.
Josh James had given Corinthian the lead before Paul Booth scored a last minute leveller for the hosts.
Ashford would win the shoot-out but in the final it would go the other way for them when it was Sheppey United’s turn to win from the spot.

On This Day – 27th February 

SCEFL Premier Division  – 2019

Chatham Town 0-0 Rusthall
Cray Valley PM 3-0 AFC Croydon

On the way to the league title Cray Valley won this Wednesday night game against AFC Croydon.
All 3 goals came in the second half with Anthony Edgar getting 2 of them and Chris Edwards grabbing the other.
In the other game of the night struggling Rusthall earned a very good point in a goalless draw at Chatham Town.

On This Day – 27th February 

SCEFL First Division  – 2019

Forest Hill Park 2 – 4 Phoenix Sports Res

A couple of months before they left the league Phoenix Sports Reserves picked up this nice win against Forest Hill Park.
Del Oldfield’s side raced into a 3-0 lead at the break with Klaudio Krasniqi, Germaine Jeannoel and Liam Donaldson getting the goals.
Kameiko Pope-Campbell and Tim Beckford got the hosts back in to the game before Ryan Solan wrapped it up for Phoenix late on.