Kent Hurlimann Football League
Published 19th August 2012
....Greenwich Borough at the Erith Stadium on Saturday.
Tyrus Gorden thundered a hat-trick and there was one each from Peter Smith, Liam Burgess (from the spot), Ben Payne, Lee Craig and Corey Walters-Wright. The Dockers retain their 100% record.
VCD Athletic are second after a 2-0 home defeat of Whyteleafe. After a goalless first half goals from Billy Shinners and James Duckworth made sure of the 100% record remaining intact.
Erith & Belvedere had another best of five win this time at Tunbridge Wells. Lewis Wood started the ball rolling with a 32nd minute first goal for the Deres. Andy McMath equalised from the penalty spot a minute before half-time.
Jack Harris gave the home side the lead on 58 minutes but two in 10 minutes from Wood completed his hat-trick and secured the win for the Deres.
Lordswood lost their 100% record at Cray Valley PM where they went down 3-0.
Richard Morgan scored first for Cray just after the half-hour mark and Mo Conteh added a second 2 minutes later.
Two minutes from time Conteh made it 3-0 to take three points for Cray Valley PM.
Beckenham Town got the better of Deal Town to take fifth place after their 3-0 win.
All the goal action came in the first half with a brace from Alfie Nunn and a single from Nathan Paul.
Woodstock Sports travelled to Oakley Road to Beat Holmesdale 2-0.
It was another second half action game with goals from James McDonald and Tony Clark.
Corinthian smashed six past Fisher FC for one in reply. Adam Marsh found the net after just 3 minutes and Jamie Taylor doubled 6 minutes later before Sean Brown pulled one back for the Fish in the 24th minute.
Marsh then made the half-time score 3-1 with a converted penalty 4 minutes before the break.
In the second half Alfie May hit twice and Taylor got his second and Corinthian's sixth.
Sevenoaks Town scored for the first time this season but went down 1-4 to Rochester United.
Tim Beckford scored first for United in the 4th minute but Danny Griffiths equalised and the half-time scoreline read 1-1.
A second half brace from Kent Invicta League top scorer last term, Stuart Zanone, and a single from Stuart White sealed the first points for the new boys.