|West Kent Sunday League Division Two|
|3||Paddock Wood +||14||6||1||7||29||42||-13||22|
|8||Cassidy's Phoenix #||15||4||3||8||26||41||-15||12|
|West Kent Sunday League Division Four|
|1||TW Foresters Reserves #||16||13||0||3||78||29||49||36|
|4||Insulators Reserves +||15||6||3||6||41||45||-4||24|
|5||AFC Six in One||15||7||2||6||70||54||16||23|
|6||Tonbridge Origin Reserves||14||5||4||5||41||42||-1||19|
|8||TW Youth (Ridgewaye)||15||3||2||10||43||76||-33||11|
The Senior Section did not fare well. The game between Gardener's Arms and Artois United was called off, while Tunbridge Wells Foresters failed to raise a team for their game with Insulators. It is being said that Foresters will pull out completely. I will update as soon as this is confirmed or otherwise.
Brighter news however in the Junior section, where all three scheduled games went ahead.
All four teams in Group Three were in action. Pride of place goes to TW Ridgewaye, who trounced Tonbridge Casuals
6-1 on the 3G at Hayesbrook School. It was their third win over Casuals
this season, having beaten them twice in the League. Scorers for
Ridgewaye were Ben Adams (2), Scott Beasley, Josh Higgins, Nathan
Calthorpe and Charlie Dodd. Mark Whorlow scored Casuals' only reply.
There were plenty of goals also in the other group Three game at the Hilbert, where St John's Yard continued their recent revival, with a 5-1 win at the expense of Ticehurst Village Club. Jack Veness opened the scoring after 22
minutes of the first half with a penalty. Secretary Tony Vanns said it
was a good all round performance from the team. Other goal
scorers Dan Hunter with two, Mushed Miah and James Moore.The Club's
only goal was scored by Ben Evans.
In Group One, Tonbridge Invicta hosted Division Four winners TW Foresters Reserves.
Foresters returned home after a 4-1 win, featuring two goals by Simon
Hammond and one each from Harry Hickmott and Louis Simmons. Rob Runciman
scored for Invicta.
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