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Author: Ryan Mills, 20/10/19

Genclik see off Horsemen, while Kingsnorth Pilgrims enjoy amazing victory

Kent Sunday Premier Cup- Round Two


Market Hotel suffered a 5-0 defeat away at Maidstone Premier Division leaders Fishermans Arms to bow out of the Kent Sunday Premier Cup in the second round. Due to off the pitch issues this was only Market’s third fixture of the season and their lack of game time may have proved costly as their hosts proved more clinical in front of goal scoring five unanswered goals. The Fishermen included former Brewmaster and AFC Locomotive midfielder Dale Davis in their starting eleven and he helped the home side romp home to victory thanks to two goals from Antony Scarpa and a goal apiece from Bradley Ring, Danny Seaman and Tommy Ashby.

 

Kent Sunday Junior Cup- Round Two

Aldington crashed out of the Kent Sunday Junior Cup losing 2-1 away at East Malling Reserves in their second-round tie. The Division One side did well to contain their Maidstone League hosts in the first half and went ahead when midfielder Stephen Cowell spotted the home goalkeeper off his line and chipped the ball into the back of the net form 20-yards to give Aldington a 1-0 half time lead. Aldington goalkeeper James Sutton had to be alert at the start of the second period making a decent one-on-one save but the stopper was unable to prevent the equaliser when he failed to hold a speculative effort from Ben Trimmer before Dan Packman pounced on the rebound to tap home.
East Malling scored a second goal soon after when Joe McQuillan’s sliced clearance bounced back past Sutton only for home striker Mitchell Worsley to poke the ball over the line to make it 2-1. Aldington pushed on looking to take the tie to extra time with Ryan Norman a constant threat, and his set piece almost saw the visitors grab a late leveller when his cross was met by the head of Alex Williams but with the goalkeeper beaten his effort was cleared off the line.

Appledore’s county cup interests are also over for at least another season after they were beaten 4-0 at home to Charcott. Jay Pring netted a hat-trick for the West Kent League side after a cagey start, but his treble and a Ben Ailles strike saw Charcott take their place in the third round where they now face Horsebox Bars for a place in the full county draw in January.

 

Kent Sunday Junior Trophy- Round Two

Brad Parker scored two goals to help send Lolzors Reserves through to the third round of the Kent Sunday Junior Trophy after they returned from their trip to Coxheath & Farleigh 3-1 winners. Parker’s brace and a goal from Dan Churchley was enough cancel out David Duley’s strike for the home side and see them through to the final qualifying round where they now face local rivals South Willesborough in the next stage.

 

Ashford Sunday Charity Trophy- Round Two

Brewmaster booked their place in the quarter finals of the Charity Trophy with a comfortable 5-1 home win against Division One promotion hopefuls Cheriton AFC at Hopes Grove. In a more even encounter than the score line suggests, the Brews got off to a perfect start when Louis Plumridge opened the scoring after just two minutes only for Cheriton to level five minutes later through the impressive Jack Taylor. Brewmaster regained their lead midway through the first half when Ryan Vaughan netted his second goal of the season before Plumridge pounced to score again and put the hosts 3-1 ahead at the break. Two second half strikes from Matt Clarke sealed the victory and the Brews safe passage into the next round although Cheriton made life difficult for the Premier Division side with home goalkeeper Ben Light called upon on three or four occasions to contribute to the victory.

 

Premier Division

Adam Ghidaoui scored three times to help Nailbox record a home and away league double over bottom of the table Lolzors as they run out 5-3 winners to go fourth in the Premier Division standings. Ghidaoui’s treble saw the ‘Box striker move into double figures for the season as he scored his 11th of the campaign for the hosts adding to additional strikes from Peter Sawyers and Ben Kesby. Lolzors put in a much-improved performance and came back from going behind three times before running out of steam in the second half and had birthday boy Conner Freund on top form netting a hat-trick for the Pumas in reply.

 

Division One

A brilliant second half comeback saw Sellindge SSC maintain their 100% winning start to the season and move three points clear at the top of the Division One league table as they recovered from a half time deficit to go on and beat Folkestone United 5-3. Folkestone led 3-1 at the break and looked in complete control thanks to two Robbie Westbrook goals and a strike from former Master Brewer forward Charlie Parris, but after going down to ten men following a widely disputed red card at the start of the second half United were pegged back by a Sellindge side looking to make it five wins from five games this season. The Swans hit back with their goals coming courtesy of two from midfielder James Gibson and one each from Billy Somerville, Tony Dunham and Kieran Byrne to seal all three points for the visitors and send them three points clear at the top of the table. 


Dion Orris netted a hat-trick as Ashford Genclik capped off an impressive performance to see off previously unbeaten Horsebox Bars winning 4-0 at the Towers. Genclik moved up to second in the table following this comfortable victory to leapfrog their visitors in the league standings with their fourth victory of the season. First half goals from Orris and Serhat Kocabey gave Genclik a 2-0 half time lead with home defender Riece Annand (pictured above) brilliantly marking Horsebox striker Ashley Boyd out of the game. Orris struck twice more in the second period to complete his hat-trick as the hosts bombarded the Horsebox goal with midfielder Tony Oladipupo instrumental in the middle of the field for Genclik.

Charing picked up their first three points of the season as they beat Hythe Royal British Legion 5-3 at home. James Fraser was the Charing goal scoring hero as he netted a hat-trick for the hosts to help them record their first league victory of the campaign while further goals from Brett Hamer and Ross Bampton ensured the villagers sealed the points. Hythe replied with two goals from Dan Arnold and one from Chris Philpott but fell to their fourth successive league defeat and stay ninth in the table.

 

Division Two

Troggs moved up to second place in the Division Two table with a 3-0 home victory over Hamstreet. Striker Ben Allen bagged a brace for the Smarden side as they picked up their third league victory this term, while Barney Burton added a third scoring his first ever goal for the club to seal the win. Goalkeeper Luke Mitchell earned a rare clean sheet for the hosts to deny Hamstreet from getting on the score sheet as Mark Rutland’s side drop down to seventh in the table.

Biddenden recovered from a slow start to earn a point in their 3-3 home draw against Park Farm Rangers. Goals from Harry Stow, Kieran Funnell and Morgan Waite saw the ‘Den take a share of the points to cancel out a brace from Adam Draper-Lewis and one from Daniel Marshall for Rangers. The draw sees Biddenden drop down one place to fifth in the table and Park Farm down one to eighth.

South Willesborough survived a late scare to hang on for all three points as they enjoyed a 4-3 home victory over bottom of the table Fox Sunday at the Ridge. The Frog Islanders led 3-0 at half-time but allowed Fox back into the game in the second half to go and win by the odd goal in seven thanks to two goals apiece from Mike Norris and Lewis O’Leary. Fox hit back with their goals coming from Dan Lang, Tom Wilmshurst and Matt Bouldon, and wasted the chance to claim a share of the points when the away side missed a second half penalty.

 

Division Three

Kingsnorth Pilgrims ended their unwanted run of 41 league games without a victory as they thrashed Aldington Reserves 6-0 away from home to move off the bottom of the Division Three table. The win was their first for two-and-a-half years as they took their hosts to the cleaners with a dominant performance worth waiting for. Six different players got on the score sheet, all netting their first goals for the club, as strikes from Brad Sharpe, Dan Bush, Courtney O’Brien. Pablo Mira, Dan Rogers and Richard Boakes did the damage to score more goals in one game than they had managed in total from their previous 13 matches.

Ashley Sales scored two more goals as Folkestone United Reserves just edged out hosts Pilgrims Sunday winning 4-3 at the Great Chart Recreation Ground. The win for United moved them up to second place in the Division Three table with Sales scoring his 14th goal of the season. Reece Brazier and Stanley Dickson added further goals to seal the victory despite Pilgrims replying with goals from Yonas Tesfay, Paul Whittaker and Nathan Cook.

Mersham Sports Reserves continued their excellent start to the season beating Charing Reserves to move up to third in the table. The villagers have won all six of their league and cup fixtures this season conceding just three goals, and goalkeeper Andrew Possee kept his third clean sheet this term between the posts for the home side. Man of the match Billy Lee bossed the game in the midfield but the headlines will go to scorers Adam Bellman and Craig Lang who scored the all-important goals.

Jordan Osbourn scored both goals as Bromley Green Reserves jumped up three places to fourth in the standings with a 2-0 away win at Ashford United Thirds. Osbourn’s brace helped inflict a first league defeat of the season on United while visiting goalkeeper Tom Messenger earned his second clean sheet of the campaign against what before kick off was the third deadliest attack in the division with regards to goals scored.

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