The Ryman Football League
Published 21st March 2012
.....season’s total, despite falling behind in the 87th minute of their game at Corinthian-Casuals on Tuesday night.
Glenn Boosey put Casuals ahead in the 17th minute and they stayed in front until 20 minutes after the interval when Stuart Vahid levelled matters.
Jamel Carr must have thought his late strike for Casuals would settle it but goals by Vahid and Laurence Harvey in added time gave the Oystermen a dramatic 3-2 success.
All the action came in the last quarter of the game at Faversham Town, where Ramsgate went down 3-2 and almost certainly saw their remote play-off chances disappear.
Justin Ascheri broke the deadlock for Faversham midway through the second half only for Joe Taylor to reply immediately.
Nicky Humphrey put Faversham ahead again with 12 minutes left and Adrian Stone made it 3-1 before Aaron Quain’s late consolation.
Stone’s goal made him Faversham’s top league scorer with nine. Previously he shared the lead with Danny Hockton and Quain, who left in January for a short spell at Margate before joining the Rams this month.
There were plenty of goals at Walton Casuals, too. They beat Eastbourne Town 4-2 to end a run of six games which had yielded only one point and in which they had scored only once.
Glenn Stanley gave Casuals the lead with a 24th minute penalty which was answered by Scott Kirkwood shortly before the interval.
Nathan Abery restored the home side’s lead in the 56th minute and Ben King put them further in front 11 minutes later.
An own goal by Casuals keeper Gareth Williams, his second in 2012, revived Eastbourne’s hopes before Kwabena Agyei made sure in the closing stages.
Bottom club Whyteleafe were held to a scoreless home draw by Hythe Town - a game summed up by the scoreline although the action warned up a little in the last 15 minutes.
One point is unlikely to be enough for `Leafe, who are seven points adrift at the foot of the table with only seven games left.