Premier Division – 6th November
We had a full Premier Division fixture list today, which provided plenty of entertainment and 38 goals – some of them coming late on and proving vital.
One of those late ones came at Park View Road and went the way of Chatham Town as Dan Bradshaw’s 90th minute winner kept The Chats in the top 2.
Leading the Division are still Sheppey United, who were comfortable winners over Rusthall today. Malachi Hudson scored a second half brace in a 4-0 victory.
Despite seeing their keeper sent off on the half hour mark Glebe won 3-0 at home to Fisher – and this time didn’t even need a Jamie Philpot goal to seal the points.
Aaron Watson, Lauris Chin and Ryan King-Elliott got the goals for the 3rd placed Foxes.
Erith Town netted 4 times in the first 20 minutes at K Sports before cruising to a 5-2 away success.
Steadman Callender’s double was added to by Dan Nash, Taylor McDonagh and Harry Gamble as the 4th placed Dockers continue their excellent start to the current campaign.
It was another win and another clean sheet for Deal Town as Welling Town were the latest to leave The Charles Sports Ground empty handed.
A Liam Hark effort was sandwiched between to Rene Rivera goals for The Hoops.
Holmesdale were the latest team to get a win over struggling Tower Hamlets.
Owen Punselie scored either side of a Nathan Palmer free-kick and with the 3 points The Dale sit in 7th.
Hollands & Blair got the first and last goals in their game at Crowborough Athletic but the hosts scored 4 times inbetween to take the points in an exciting clash in Sussex.
Two late Elliot Duncan finishes confirmed the win for The Crows who are now closing in on a top half place.
Gary Lockyer signed off his Kennington career with a last minute penalty winner as The Ton came away from Tunbridge Wells as 3-2 victors.
Wells has twice led, and were looking good for the points until Adam Phillips levelled late on and Lockyer converted from 12 yards in injury time.
Stephen Ratcliff and Paul Vines were both on target as Punjab United won 2-0 at home to Canterbury City and Jordon Ababio got both of Bearsted‘s goals in a 2-1 victory at Lordswood.
Full scorers details can be found on our Results Page