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Last week's round-up




Saturday 29 August


Premier Division


Hollands & Blair go to the top of the table after this convincing win at home to Fisher. Anthony Carlton put Blair in front on the quarter-hour mark but Tyler McLeod-Bentley levelled just before the half hour mark only for Stuart West to restore the Blair lead in time added at the end of the first half. James McDonald scored a brace on 51 and 77 minutes then Rpb Denness aded a fifth 9 minutes from time. However, there was still time for Jordan Gallagher to make it 6-1. The Fish remain in 13th place.

Final Score: Blair 6-1 Fish



The Emirates FA Cup Preliminary Round


Rochester United are still on the road to Wembley after reportedly beating Chipstead 1-0 away. No scorer info available at the moment. Rochester are at home to Herne Bay in the 1st round qualifying on Saturday 12th September

Final Score: Chipstead 0-1 Spartans


Deal Town took the lead in this home tie against Horsham when Connor Coyne struck home on the stroke of half time. Jordan Clark levelled for Horsham in the 65th minute. The teams re-start on Monday at Horsham.

Final Score: Deal 1-1 Horsham


Corinthian bow out after meeting Folkestone Invicta of the Ryman League South. After a goal-less first half the Bees stung the Hoops with a goal from Ian Draycot on the hour mark. Ashley Miller made it 2-0 but the Hoops' Jack Mahoney pulled a goal back from the penalty spot leaving 9 minutes for a comeback. Unfortunately it was the home side who scored next through Ronnie Dolan who netted in the 85th. That was that. Still, it's the vase next week.

Final Score: Bees 3-1 Hoops


The first of 2 all SCEFL ties saw Tunbridge Wells and Croydon share a 1-1 draw. The Wells struck first when Chris Seenan netted after 22 minutes. Half time came and went before Ashley Henry-Brown equalised on 68 minutes. The Sides replay on Wednesday at Croydon Arena.

Final Score: TWells 1-1 Trams


Cray Valley PM lost out to Hastings United of the Ryman South who went ahead Curtesy of Jerome Smith after just 7 minutes. The next goal was quite a time coming but then 2 came in quick succession both scored by Sean Ray on 68 and 77 minutes. Cray, like Corrie, now have just the Vase by way of National Competition left.

Final Score: Millers 0-3 Hastings.


Holmesdale were at home to Ryman League South side South Park. It would appear that a massive defeat for the SCEFL side was the outcome (1-10). Still, no reason not to report the result in the usual way.


In the other all SCEFL tie Beckenham Town went out at the hands of Greenwich Borough. Mohammed Eisa scored the only first half goal after 9 minutes. Jesse Darko doubled the Borough tally on 78 minutes then Eisa hit his 2nd and Borough's 3rd with 6 minutes on the clock. Billy Bennett completed the scoring in time added at the end. Beck join the Hoops and the Millers waiting for the Vase. Borough meanwhile must wait until Tuesday to know which of Slimbridge AFC or Egham Town (who drew 2-2 today) will be coming to Princes Park in the next round on Sunday 13th September.

Final Score: Becks 0-4 Borough


And Finally today, Canterbury City travelled to Dorking Wanderers of the Ryman League South and had a long drive back after exiting the contest. The Wanderers' Kev Terry opened the scoring in the opening minute. Jake Hill made it 2-0 before Danny Lawrence put a smile on City's faces when he scored just before the half-hour mark. The smile was short lived, 3 minutes in fact, before Hill scored his 2nd and the Wanderers 3rd. After the break Phil Page, Shaun Finlay and Daryl coleman each scored for the home side before Sam Hallett made the..........
Final score Wanderers 6-2 City



Sunday 30 August


The Emirates FA Cup Preliminary Round


Erith & Belvedere welcome Carshalton Athletic who are in 18th place in the Ryman League South. The Robins have won 2 and lost 3 of their opening league games.



Erith Town are also at home, this time to Horsham YMCA of the Southern Combination League Premier Division. The YM are second in their division having won 3 and drawn 1 of their 4 opening games.





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