Kent Hurlimann Football League
Published 4th December 2011
The home side were 2-0 up at half-time through goals from Jordan Clark and Tony Atkins.
City came back in the second half with a brace of goals from Michael Smissen before George Savage restored the Oaks lead from the penalty spot.
Renford Tenyue earned City a share of the points 5 minutes from time.
Erith & Belvedere remain in third place, despite their 2-4 defeat at the hands of Cray Valley PM.
Cray raced into a two-goal lead with goals from Mark Allen and Luke Tanner in the first 5 minutes.
James Evans pulled one back for the Deres to give the first half a 2-1 scoreline.
On the hour-mark Matt Knuckey restored Cray's two-goal lead and Steven Springett made it 4-1 3 minutes later.
Andy Constable gave the scoreline a little more respectability for the Deres as the game ended 4-2.
Lordswood and Woodstock Sports shared eight goals between themselves in their epic 4-4 draw.
Woodstock went ahead through a Wes Hammond own goal, Rob Norman restored equilibrium but Joe Sands put Woodstock back in front a minute later and the half ended 2-1.
Peter Huggins equalised for Lordswood on 53 minutes before Louis Taylor restored the lead for Woodstock.
Lee Maskell equalised yet again for Lordswood and then the fourth goal for each team came in time added on at the end.
Peter Huggins gave what must have seemed to be the winner to Lordswood but high-scoring James McDonald gave Woodstock a share of the points.
Beckenham Town drew 0-0 with Deal Town, while Erith Town won by the odd goal in sseven at home to Holmesdale.
The Dockers were 4-0 up in just over a quarter of an hour after a Kirt King first minute goal and an Adam Williams hat-trick must have given what seemed an unassailable lead. To their credit the Dalers were far from out of it as Jamie Baker and Steve Strotten (from the spot) halved the deficit before half-time. In the second period Tunde Aderonmu pulled a further goal back but it was not to be and the game ended 4-3 to the Dockers.
Corinthian travelled to bottom side Greenwich Borough and came away 3-1 winners.
Mark Axell opened for the visitors but Ramsamy levelled within 2 minutes. In the second half Ryan Johnson and James Lyons made sure Corinthian took all three points