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Erith & Belvedere moved to within two points of Kent Hurlimann League leaders Erith Town after their 6-1 defeat of....

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Published 16th December 2012

Kent Hurlimann League Round-Up...
Richmond Kissi

....Rochester United on Saturday.

Andy Constable opened the scoring after 8 minutes. Adam Burchell doubled just before the half-hour mark then three goals in 10 minutes from George Benner, Jamie Wood and, in time added on at the end of the half, Richmond Kissi.

The second half saw a resurgence from Rochester although it was Kissi who scored, adding to his earlier goal on 70 minutes then, 4 minutes later, Matt Rowe scored for Rochester.

Beckenham Town drop to twelfth place while Canterbury City go up to eighth after a 3-1 win to City at Eden Park Avenue.

Alfie Munday opened for City but, within a minute, Frankie Warren equalised. Just before the half-hour mark Alex Nelson made it 2-1 to City which remained unchanged until half-time.

Midway through the second half City skipper Kane Rice converted a spot-kick for the 3-1 final scoreline.

Corinthian travelled to Holmesdale and came away 4-0 winners. Dan Bent scored first in the 9th minute then Alfie May doubled just before the 20 minute-mark.

Richard Stevens made it 3-0 at half-time and Josh James added the fourth in the 68th minute.

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