Kent Hurlimann Football League
Published 29th April 2012
Byron Walker celebrated his return from a seven-game suspension with the first goal but within a minute Jake Hobbs equalised.
Bay have an outstanding game away to Sevenoaks Town still to play on Tuesday.
Erith & Belvedere confirmed themselves runners-up. The Deres travelled to second bottom side Deal Town and came away with a 2-2 draw.
Simon 'Sid' Moore gave Deal a 1-0 lead at half-time and Danny Smith doubled 9 minutes into the second half. Richie Davies and Andy Constable pulled goals back to end honours even.
VCD Athletic finished their season with a 2-3 defeat at Woodstock Sports.
Jack Asbury opened the scoring for Vickers on the half-hour mark. James McDonald equalised 10 minutes later but an Aiden Purseglove penalty saw Vickers go in 2-1 up at half-time.
Second half goals from Lynden Rowland and Russell Jeffery made sure of all three points for Woodstock.
Erith Town ended on a downer losing their final game 4-0 at home to Cray Valley.
Steven Springett scored the only goal in the first half just a minute from the whistle. Luke Tanner doubled a minute after the restart and then in the final 10 minutes Matt Knuckey and Tom Gamblin finished the job.
Tunbridge Wells finish in fifth place with a rousing 3-1 home win against Canterbury City.
It was City who took the lead with a goal from Richard Sinden but before half-time Ryan Rook and Tom Davey had put the Wells 2-1 up.
In the second half Andy Irvine ensured the win for the Wells in the 72nd minute.
Corinthian travelled to Holmesdale and came home 2-1 winners.
Alfie May made it 1-0 to Corinthian at half-time and Ryan Johnson made it 2-0 on the 50-minute mark.
Lyndsay Prescott-Kerr pulled a goal back 3 minutes later to end the scoring.
Fisher FC entertained their 107 gate to a 4-0 win at home against Sevenoaks Town. The first half goals came from Richie Monan and Aaron Jeffery and the second half pair from Ope Aromona and Danny Hunt.
Lordswood won a best of five match at home to Greenwich Borough.
Fabian O'Brien scored the lone first half goal for Greenwich and Ashley Wright made it 2-0 just 3 minutes into the second half.
Peter Huggens pulled one back for Lordswood in the 84th minute and then two goals in time added on at the end, the first from Lee Maskell and the other from Jordan Wells, gave Lordswood an unlikely final game win.