Saturday 3rd October
Balham 0-0 Deal Town
Bearsted 2-2 Erith Town
Beckenham Town 2-1 Fisher
Canterbury City 0-2 Glebe
Crowborough Ath 4-2 Welling Town
K Sports 1-1 AFC Croydon Ath
Lordswood 4-3 Erith & Belvedere
Tower Hamlets 1-3 Hollands & Blair
Welling Town missed the chance to return to the top of the table after losing 4-2 away at Crowborough Athletic.
With the top 4 not in League action today the chance was there for the Boots to reach the summit but the Crows were not having any of it and instead it was them that picked up the 3 points.
Kieran Scantlebury, Dominic Welsh, John Sinclair and Danny Powell all scored for the hosts while Ryan Golding kept up his run of having scored in every League game so far when netting twice for the beaten visitors.
Beckenham Town left it late but got the win against Fisher with Tunde Aderonmu scoring a double against his old side.
Fisher had taken the lead when Jacob Katonia scored a fine individual goal early on but Aderonmu equalised with 20 to play before stroking home a penalty in the final minute.
The 2-1 win sees Beckenham move up to 6th place in the table.
The highest scoring game of the day came at Martyn Grove as Lordswood edged out Erith & Belvedere in a 7-goal thriller.
James Alderman and Hicham Akhazzan gave the hosts a 2-0 lead before Marvin Richards pulled one back.
Jason Perry then netted a double for the Lords, making it 4-1 with 10 to play.
The Deres never gave up though and Guyliano Mpungi and Tim Beckford each scored for them late on, but they ran out of time to get the equaliser, giving Lordswood a much-needed 4-3 win.
Glebe also picked up all 3 points when winning 2-0 away at Canterbury City.
A goal in each half from Frankie Sawyer then Emmanuel Dasho gave the Foxes the win moving them up a few places to 14th position in the table.
Bearsted and Erith Town shared the points after a 2-2 draw in Otham.
Steadman Callender scored a first half double but the Bears came back, with Jez Hammond reducing the deficit just before the break before Tom Penfold levelled in the 65th minute.
It also finished even at Cobdown with K Sports and AFC Croydon playing out a 1-1 draw.
Joseph Lewis had given the Paperboys a first half lead but Scott Eghaghe’s equaliser earned the Rams a point.
Elsewhere, Hollands & Blair won 3-1 at Tower Hamlets with Danny Kedwell scoring twice, while Balham and Deal Town gave us a rare goalless game.