|West Kent Sunday League Division One including Sunday 25th February|
|West Kent Sunday League Division Two including Sunday 25th February|
|1||Green Street Blues||11||9||1||1||50||17||33||28|
Again, three of the four scheduled games took place. The casualty was St John's Yard's visit to play Tonbridge Origin Reserves. It seems that Tonbridge Farm is having rather less than their usual good fortunes in getting games on.
So, with the Yard idle, Speldhurst Rangers
took the opportunity to return to the top of the table and massively
improve their goal difference with their second ten goal haul in two
games. The victims this time were East Grinstead Mavericks, whose rôle in their 10 - 1 defeat included conceding three own goals. Some kind of record perhaps?
It was a comfortable win, say the Rangers. The only goal of note came
from the Maverick's skipper Chris Heighton, who top binned a 20 yarder
late on. Other than the three own goals, there were two each for James
Hughes and Jolyon Wheller with the latter now Division Three's top
scorer with eighteen to his credit. Hughes is though only one behind.
Sam Stevens, Rob Runciman and Dan Kelly each contributed a single goal.
Paddock Wood Reserves improvement continued with a second draw in as many weeks, this time it was 2-2 at home to TW Ridgewaye.
Alex Caplin and Billy Dunn scored for the Wood, Callum Genery and Dan
Thomas for the visitors. Useless fact, that 2-2 score was the third time
Ridgewaye have drawn 2-2 this season. Every one of their other WKSFL
games has ended in a different result!
Finally Insulators Reserves took on Tonbridge United to record a 2-0 win and their first clean sheet of the season.
Playing on a sticky pitch, both sides played well with chances at
both ends during a competitive first half. The away side had the better
of the early exchanges, but Insulators gradually came into the game.
Half time was reached without any score and it felt like one goal might
be enough to win the match. The home side came out with much more intent
and gained the upper hand.
It was from a well flighted corner by Mark Lindsey that 'Spud' Taylor
scored with a powerful header that left the keeper with no chance and
putting the home side one up. Soon after, top scorer Jake Pingault added
a second with a fine shot from inside the area. Other chances came but
were not taken and in the final ten minutes it was Tonbridge United
asking the questions but unable to make the breakthrough. The
celebrating Insulators goalkeeper was Tommy Sceal, making his debut for
United have now gone five games without a win since their victory over Speldhurst Rangers on 7th January.
|West Kent Sunday League Division Three including Sunday 25th February|
|2||St John's Yard||11||9||1||1||58||21||37||28|
|5||Tonbridge Origin Reserves||11||5||1||5||31||27||4||16|
|8||East Grinstead Mavericks||11||2||1||8||12||54||-42||7|
|9||Paddock Wood Reserves||10||1||3||6||15||32||-17||6|
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