Kent Football League
Published 25th April 2011
Leaders Hythe Town won 6-2 at home to Beckenham Town. Brendon Cass hit a hat-trick while Nick Barnes, Gary Mickelborough and Simon Austin hit one apiece. Gary Gorman and Matt Taylor got Becks goals.
Second-placed Herne Bay beat Holmesdale 2-1, their winner coming in the final minute, courtesy of a Ricky Hardie own goal.
Byron Walker got the only goal of the first half before Stephen Wetherly equalised on 69 minutes. Darren Marsden hit the shot which came off Hardie's chest before ending up in the back of the net.
Hythe just need a draw from their game away to Tunbridge Wells, while Bay need Hythe to lose and then to beat VCD Athletic.
VCD Athletic, the Premier Division's draw specialists, recorded their thirteenth stalemate of the season when they went to Corinthian and drew 1-1.
Tom Gambling scored for the Vickers just after the quarter hour but Jack Highwood equalised in the final minute.
Greenwich Borough stay in fourth place, despite losing 2-1 away at Erith & Belvedere.
Kennickson Jarrett-Elliott opened the scoring but for the wrong side when he gifted the Deres an own goal. Frankie Sawyer made it 2-0 before Michael Jones replied from the penalty spot.
Tunbridge Wells won 2-1 at home to close neighbours Sevenoaks Town. Tom Davey scored first for the Wells after just 8 minutes. Keelan Mooney doubled after 32 minutes and John Lord pulled one back 4 minutes later. The second half was goalless.
Norton Sports early kick-off against Erith Town finished 3-3. Ashley Baverstock and Robert Welling gave the home side a 2-0 lead at the end of the first half. Alex Tisse grabbed a brace and Jamie Wood scored another to make it 3-2 to the Dockers before the equaliser came from Andy Irvine with 7 minutes left on the clock.
Lordswood hosted Deal Town and shared a 1-1 draw. Both goals came in the first half, first from Lee Maskell for Lordswood and the equaliser from Deal's Sam Conlon.