Latest: BG Valiants Adults [pictured below] win all their games at Sunday’s KDL Tournament at the Abbey School, Faversham, with Marcus Dalby rattling in six goals on his debut … read Aaron Maul’s summary by going to the BG Valiants Page.
Sunday’s local summary
Champions Brewmaster and Market Hotel both maintained their 100% records with the Brews yet to concede a goal after winning 5-0 at home to Mersham. Ashford skipper Gary Clarke (2, 1 from the spot), Ben Squires-Quinn, Matt Lightfoot and Josh Squires-Quinn were on target at Hopes Grove. Market Hotel won 6-3 at Pound Lees against newly-promoted Shadoxhurst who were reduced to ten men for a long period. Ryan Smith (2), Matt and Marc Collins, Ryan Norman and Steve Harris for Market with Carlum McCloud (2) and Reece Long replying for the Dockers. Iden Park went down 4-1 at home against Aldington with Andy Crouch netting for the hosts and Ryan Strand (2), Jake Lunn and Chris Cryor for the visitors.
Bromley Green and Marsh Athletic shared the spoils from a 3-3 draw at Waterside after the Marsh side had gone 2-0 ahead. Shqipron Ahmetaj drove in a beauty to reduce the arrears and a brilliant double from Jordon Griffin put the home side 3-2 up. Cracking entertainment for the neutrals with Athletic gaining a point from a late free kick awarded on the goal line for a pass back. John Williams, Sam Lancaster and Gavin Prowse claimed the Marsh goals in an exciting match well controlled by Mr Chris Wood.
Egerton went down 4-3 at home in their First Division local derby with Troggs. Nathan Stannard with all of the Egerton goals, two from the spot; Rob Giles (2) and one each from Danny Jennings and Jordon King for Troggs. Albion and Ashford Dynamo shared the points from a 1-1 draw with Gary Martin notching for Albion and Paul Pettit for Dynamo. Stanhope won 4-1 at home against Red Heathens thanks to scores by Tom Collins (2), Mark Hilden and Lee Thompson; Heathens consolation provided by Shaun Jennings-McArdle. Charing won 5-3 at home against Kennington thanks to goals by Kris Melachrino and Billy Cooke with two each and one from Byron Price; Kennington’s consolation scores coming from Robbie Burns, Jason Sims and an og.
Shepway Spartans got their season underway in Division Two with a 4-2 win over Charing Reserves with goals from Charlie Warlosz, Aaron Saunders, an og and Mike Doyle. Charlie Parris and an og accounted for the Charing reply. Burton Grove just edged past Sandgate with a 2-1 victory. Andy Neal hit both goals and although Craig Haywood pulled one back late on Grove held out to take the maximum. Givaudan slumped 6-1 at home against Grasshoppers; Ben Bean for the works side while Tom Morgan, Frankie Steer and Paul Paddock scored two each for the Marshmen.
Marsh Reserves won 4-1 at home against Bromley Green Reserves whose consolation was provided by regular scorer Ryan Prior. John Simpson (3) and Jack Garner netted for the Marsh. Green manager Dave Andrews was delighted with the displays of his 16-year-olds Callum Monaghan [left], Kurtis Hooper, Ryan Ford and impressive keeper Mark Whipps. Willesborough won their third game on the trot, 3-2 at Prince Albert, via goals by Jack Bundock, Matt Boulden and Marc Lawrence. Danny Bell-Hughes and Kirk Howard responded for Albert.
Ashford Cavaliers recorded their third win in the Third Division, this week 4-1 away against Aldington Reserves. Dan Reynolds (2), Stuart Reaks and Darren Sutton netted for the victors with Danny Rose getting the Aldington goal. Kingsnorth and Appledore played out a nine goal thriller with Kingsnorth coming out on top 5-4. Matt Jackson (2), Simon Head, Phil Batchelor and Russell Marsh with one each. Brad Godden, Jim Brazil (2) and Adam Brown were the Dores marksmen. Fox Sunday lost 1-0 at home against Ashford Spartans with Derryn Hardwick grabbing the only goal of the game. Mersham Reserves lost 3-2 at home against Park Farm; Luke Goddard and Adam Feacey for the hosts, Simon Puxted, Chris West and Ben Ashmen for the visitors. Lolzors picked up their first points of the season by virtue of their 3-2 away success against Troggs Reserves. Ben Forbes and AJ Wells replied for the Smarden outfit.
Games not played Newchurch v Beaver (no ref) Batchelors v Locomotive (Batchelors had asked for no fixture).
Results Sunday 14 September 2014
Ashford & District Sunday League
Brewmaster 5-0 Mersham Sports
Bromley Green 3-3 Marsh Athletic
Iden Park 1-4 Aldington
Market Hotel 6-3 Shadoxhurst
Albion 1-1 Ashford Dynamo
Charing Sunday 5-3 Kennington
Egerton 3-4 Troggs
Newchurch P-P Beaver
Stanhope Rangers 4-1 Red Heathens
Burton Grove 2-1 Sandgate AFC
Givaudan 1-6 Grasshoppers
Marsh Athletic Reserves 4-1 Bromley Green Reserves
Prince Albert 2-3 Willesborough AFC
Shepway Spartans 4-2 Charing Sunday Reserves
Aldington Reserves 1-4 Ashford Cavaliers
Fox Sunday 0-1 Ashford Spartans
Kingsnorth Pilgrims 5-4 Appledore
Mersham Reserves 2-3 Park Farm Rangers
Troggs Reserves 2-3 Lolzors