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Monday`s Southern Counties East Review

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Unbeaten Croydon are on top of the Southern Counties East League Premier Division on Bank Holiday Monday after their 6-0 demolition of Erith Town gave them a huge goal difference of plus-9.

Jeff Dual-Kissie put the Trams on their way with a goal after 24 minutes. Rob Curtis added a second before half-time then Karl Douglin made it 3-0 from the spot 5 minutes into the second half.

Tristan Toney hit number four on the hour-mark then a brace from Lauris Chin completed the rout.

Lordswood are second after their best-of-seven win at Bearsted.

Jordan Gallacher scored a first half brace before Bradley Webb pulled one back for the Bears.

Andy Irvine pulled the Bears level 8 minutes into the 2nd half and Keenan Mooney gave them the lead just after the hour mark.

Helge Orome equalised for the Lords before Gallacher completed his hat-trick with the winning goal 5 minutes from time.

Cray Valley PM are up into third place after a 1-0 win at Crowborough Athletic. After a goalless first half Leigh Bremner scored the lone goal on 48 minutes.

Into fourth place go AFC Croydon Athletic, who had a 3-0 victory at home to Erith & Belvedere.
Nuham Green and Emmanual Oloyede each scored a first half goal then Warren Mfula scored the third on 69 minutes.

Ashford United are down to fifth place having lost 2-1 at home to Sheppey United.

Shaun Welford scored for the Nuts & Bolts and Timmy Babbington with James Simmonds were the Sheppey scorers.

Sevenoaks Town are in eighth place after winning 2-0 at home to neighbours Tunbridge Wells.

Byron Walker scored the first goal in the first half the Joe Bingham scored the second in the second half.

Unbeaten Hollands & Blair are in ninth place, thanks to three draws and a win from four games.

Monday they enjoyed a 4-4 draw at Corinthian.

Michael Hagan opened for the Hoops in the 7th minute then Bryan Greenfield levelled on 25 minutes.

Jack Simon put Blair in front 3 minutes later but Luke Tanner equalised 5 minutes into the second half.

Simon scored again for a Blair 3-2 lead then completed his hat-trick just before the hour-mark for 4-2.

Hagan then added a brace for his own hat-trick on 83 and 84 minutes.

Whitstable Town have not had a great Bank Holiday weekend which sees them in tenth place.

Monday they lost at home to Canterbury City.

City’s first half goal came from Dave Pilcher after 11 minutes. Sam Conlon added number 28 minutes into the second half then Pilcher added the third.

Alfie Nunn completed City’s scoring before Jamie Collado scored a consolation goal for the Oystermen.

Unbeaten Rochester United also have three draws from four games which accounts for their eleventh place in the table.

Monday they had a 2-2 draw at home to Deal Town.

Sam Parrish opened the scoring for the Spartans but Joe Reeves levelled before half-time.

Dan Munday appeared to have taken all three points with his 87th minute goal but Tom Carr saved a point for the Spartans in the final minute.

And Finally, Beckenham Town are fifteenth having won 2-0 at home to Fisher FC.

Frank Warren scored the first Becks goal on 40 minutes then Jamie Humphris hit the second on 70 minutes.


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