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Last Week's round-up

 

Scorers table updated to include Saturday 21 November

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Wednesday 09 December

 

Premier Division

 

Corinthian stay in 4th but move closer to 3rd place (just 2 points away) after winning by the best of three at AFC Croydon Athletic. Marcus Evans and Michael Hagan scored for the Hoops either side if the break then Louis Blake pulled a goal back for the Rams 12 minutes from full time. Rams stay in 15th place

Final Score: Rams 1-2 Hoops

 

Beckenham Town drop to 7th place after they lost in time added at the end at home to Cray Valley PM. after a goal-less first half Jamie Turner put Becks in front in the 69th minute but Rory Hill levelled 6 minutes later. Marcus Elliott grabbed the winner for the Millers several minutes into time added. Millers move up to 12th place.

Final Score: Becks 1-2 Millers

 

 

London Senior Cup Second Round

 

Croydon played this tie at their home ground (Croydon Arena) despite being drawn away to Essex Senior League Club Greenhouse Sports. Ephraim Oyehinde put Greenhouse in front with the only first half goal then Karl Douglin levelled in the 52nd minute.Michael Kyere restored the Greenhouse lead 4 minutes later only for Lauris Chin to levell again 2 minutes after that. Chin hit the deciding goalwith 5 minutes left on the clock.

Final Score: Greenhouse 2-3 Trams

 

Tuesday 08 December

 

Premier Division

 

Rochester United v Deal Town. Postponed

 

 

Monday 07 December

 

Premier Division

 

Erith Town move up to 5th place after winning convincingly at Fisher. Tom Youngs scored a brace of first half goals followed by a single from Ola Rabiu in the 79th minute and another from Tom Garrick 3 minutes later. Youngs finished his hat-trick with 3 minutes left to play. The Fish remain in 16th place.

Final Score: Fish 0-5 Dockers

 

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Saturday 05 December

 

Premier Division

 

Game Off: Cray Valley PM v Rochester United

 

League Leaders Hollands & Blair responded to the pressure from below with a huge win at the expense of Beckenham Town. A stuart West brace and one from Rob Denness saw Blair go in 3-0 up at half time. Denness doubled his personal tally 6 minutes into the second half before Jamie Humphries pulled a goal back for Becks. Brett Ince restored the Blair 4 goal lead in the 72nd minute then West completed his hat-trick in time added at the end. Becks drop a place to 5th.

Final Score: Blair 6-1 Becks

 

Greenwich Borough also had a good win at Tunbridge Wells to stay just 3 points adrift of top spot. Mohammed Eisa hit a first half brace with Jason Barton scoring for the Wells in between and the first half ended 1-2. The next goal, Eisa's hat-trick goal, didn't come until the game was into the last 10 minutes and there was still time for Danny Phillips to add a 4th Borough goal in time added at the end. TWells drop a place to 10th.

Final Score: TWells 1-4 Borough

 

Ashford United stay in 3rd place after winning at home to Fisher. Two penalties, both converted by Nuts & Bolts Paul Booth, either side of the half time break saw them take a 2-0 lead which ? Hysi of Fisher reduced to 2-1 with 11 minutes left to play. The Fish Saty in 16th place.

Final Score: Nuts & Bolts 2-1 Fish

 

Corinthian move up into 4th place after a 5-0 win at home to Erith & Belvedere. Michael Hagan scored a first half brace and Oscar Housego scored a single to give the Hoops a 3-0 half time lead. In the second half Hagan completed his hat-trick and Ryan Croucher nipped in to score the 5th goal in time added at the end.The Deres drop down to 9th place.

Final Score: Hoops 5-0 Deres

 

Lordswood went to bottom club Holmesdale and came away sharing a goal-less draw. The Lords stay in 6th place and the Dalers remain bottom, now 2 points adrift.

Final Score: Dalers 0-0 Lords

 

Erith Town remain in 7th place despite losing on the road at Crowborough Athletic. Antonio Gonzella scored the first goal on the stroke of half time then doubled his tally 7 minutes into the second. Callum Ridley scored the Crows 3rd goal in time added at the end. (a result officer's nightmare when so many goals come so late). Crows go up a place to 13th.

Final Score: Crows 3-0 Dockers

 

Canterbury City move up 2 places to 8th after winning by the only goal to nil at AFC Croydon Athletic. Ryan Philpott scored the lone goal in the 73rd minute. The Rams remain in 15th place.

Final Score: Rams 0-1 City

 

Sevenoaks Town took the lead at home to Deal Town when Adam Marsh scored after 11 minutes. Deal came back through a Rene Rivera 39th minute penalty conversion. Dean Hill headed the Deal winner with 12 minutes left to play. Teh Oaks stay in 11th place while Deal move up into 17th.

Final Score: Oaks 1-2 Deal

 

 

 

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