First Division

Saturday November 11

 

AFC Whyteleafe
1 1
Staplehurst Monarchs
Canterbury City
4 1
Bridon Ropes
Croydon
2 0
SC Thamesmead
Faversham Strike Force
2 0
Tooting Bec
Forest Hill Park
2 2
K Sports
Greenways
2 5
Lewisham Borough
Meridian VP
6 3
FC Elmstead
Rochester United
0 4
Larkfield & New Hythe

 

Chat GPT was on hand to summarise the action…

Leaders, AFC Whyteleafe and Staplehurst Monarchs played to a 1-1 draw. Antone Douglas scored for Whyteleafe in the 4th minute, but Omar El Mantawy equalized for Staplehurst Monarchs just before halftime.

Canterbury City secured a 4-1 victory against Bridon Ropes with goals from Harry Bradford in the 17th and 80th minutes, Louie Procopi in the 34th minute, and Rob Lawrence in the 88th minute. John Thain scored the lone goal for Bridon Ropes in the 54th minute.

Croydon emerged victorious with a 2-0 win over SC Thamesmead, thanks to goals from Uli Fischer in the 4th minute and Athan Smith-Joseph in the 25th minute. the Trams rise up the table sees them now in a play-off place.

Faversham Strike Force defeated Tooting Bec 2-0, with Marshall Wratten scoring in the 13th minute and Tom Barton finding the net in the 54th minute.

Forest Hill Park and K Sports played to a 2-2 draw. Gafaar Karim scored for Forest Hill Park in the 20th minute, Armand Grosha in the 53rd minute, while Joe Ganiwa and Joe Skinner scored for K Sports in the 45th and 90th (penalty) minutes, respectively.

Lewisham Borough secured a 5-2 victory over Greenways. Montel Williams scored a penalty in the 6th minute, Bryan Zepo netted in the 27th and 32nd minutes, Khayrie Harris scored in the 44th minute, and Myles Crossley added one more in the 90th minute. James Stewart and Tom Reardon scored for Greenways in the 55th and 84th minutes.

Meridian VP won 6-3 against FC Elmstead, with Zach Jacubowski scoring four goals (3rd, 17th, 40th – penalty, 72nd – penalty), Naser Bakare in the 50th minute, and Ayo Bakare in the 90th minute. Kanan Fitton x2 and Jacob Skelly contributed to FC Elmstead’s three goals.

Larkfield & New Hythe dominated Rochester United with a 4-0 victory. Top scorer Matt Day scored in the 2nd, 55th, and 85th minutes, while Tyler Ibe added another goal in the 90th minute.

The attendance figures varied across the matches, with Canterbury City attracting 52 spectators, Croydon with 86, Faversham Strike Force with 139, and Meridian VP with 29. Rochester United had an attendance of 102.

 

#
Club
M
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pt
1
28
20
5
3
73
31
42
65
2
28
18
5
5
74
36
38
59
3
29
19
2
8
72
39
33
59
4
29
18
5
6
53
28
25
59
5
29
15
6
8
56
37
19
51
6
FC Elmstead
W
D
L
W
L
29
14
5
10
58
40
18
47
7
29
14
3
12
56
45
11
45
8
Croydon
W
W
D
L
L
28
13
5
10
60
45
15
44
9
Tooting Bec
D
L
W
L
D
29
9
7
13
44
45
-1
34
10
29
10
3
16
46
59
-13
33
11
Bridon Ropes
D
D
D
D
W
28
8
9
11
39
54
-15
33
12
SC Thamesmead
W
D
W
L
W
29
8
5
16
36
69
-33
29
13
K Sports
L
W
L
L
L
29
7
6
16
55
87
-32
27
14
Meridian VP
D
L
L
L
W
29
6
7
16
49
78
-29
25
15
29
6
6
17
36
60
-24
24
16
Greenways
L
W
W
L
L
29
4
3
22
42
96
-54
15
P