Premier Division

Premier Division – Saturday 10th October

Saturday 10th October

Premier Division

AFC Croydon 2-1 Bearsted

Beckenham Town 1-5 Chatham Town

Erith Town 5-0 Tower Hamlets

Glebe 1-1 Deal Town

Hollands & Blair 0-0 Tunbridge Wells

Welling Town 0-4 Corinthian


Played 7 won 7, reads the season start for Corinthian and with a 3-point advantage over the rest it is they that sit on top of the table.

Today, not only did they keep their winning record going but they also managed to stop the perfect scoring run from Ryan Golding, becoming the first team to come up against Welling Town that have prevented him from netting so far.

Welling’s first home game looked to be a tough one on paper, but it played tougher on the grass of Bayliss Avenue as the Hoops ran out as comfortable 4-0 winners, mostly thanks to a Frankie Morgan hat-trick.

His first came in the 25th minute and following an Oscar Housego finish just before the break Morgan scored twice more late in the game to earn his side the 3 points, and himself the match ball.

Chatham Town bounced back from their midweek defeat to return to winning ways in style at Beckenham Town, coming away from Eden Park Avenue as 5-1 victors.

Jack Evans scored first and last for the Chats with Ryan Hayes, Reece Butler and Luke Rooney netting in between to give their side a convincing win against strong opposition and place themselves at second in the table.

Erith Town also scored a handful of goals as they racked up a comfortable win at home to basement boys Tower Hamlets.

Steadman Callender took his personal scoring tally up to 7 for the season with a double here that was added to by a brace from Josh Jackson and a Michael Power penalty.

The Dockers are now in 5th place in the table while Hamlets remain without a point at the bottom.

Glebe and Deal Town shared the points after a 1-1 draw at Foxbury.

Macauley Murray struck home a 20th minute penalty for the visitors before Charlie MacDonald quickly replied for the 11th placed hosts.

AFC Croydon came from behind to earn a 2-1 home win against Bearsted.

All of the goals came in the second half with Lekan Majayegbe netting first for the Bears, Billy Murphy levelling and Abbas Oduncu scoring the winner for the Rams.

AFC Croydon now move up to 13th with Bearsted dropping to 16th.

The Division had it’s 5th 0-0 of the season as Hollands & Blair and Tunbridge Wells both earned a point at Star Meadow.

Wells remain unbeaten and in 3rd place while a 4th draw of the season puts Blair in 6th.

League Tables can be found here

Main Photo Credit: Steve Richards 

Match Programmes

AFC Croydon v Bearsted

Welling Town v Corinthian