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BetVictor Isthmian League Premier Division - Week Commencing 30th September Round-up

This week there was a full set of fixtures within the Premier Division.

Monday 30th September

The two games on Monday both produced slightly unexpected results. Lewes continued their improved form with a 1-1 draw at Carshalton Athletic, who had won five of their last six games. In what must have been an ornithologists dream Ricky Korboa gave ‘The Robins’ the lead after 24 minutes only for ‘The Rooks’ to equalise through James Hammond right on half-time. In Monday’s other game, Kingstonian moved into mid-table following their 1-0 win at Haringey Borough, who suffered their first home defeat of the season. The all-important goal came from Dan Hector after 35 minutes.

Tuesday 1st October

The majority of the games were played on the Tuesday and after them there were new leaders as Hornchurch defeated previously unbeaten Folkestone Invicta 1-0 with a second half strike from their skipper Lewwis Spence. This result saw Invicta slip to 4th following wins for Horsham and Enfield Town. Corinthian-Casuals seemed to be heading for their first League win of the season courtesy of Coskun Ekim’s first half goal, but goals in the last three minutes from Jack Brivio and Kieran Lavery gave ‘The Hornets’ a 2-1 victory, whilst Enfield Town won 2-0 at Brightlingsea Regent with goals from Ryan Blackman and Lewis Taaffe.

Highest scorers of the night were Bognor Regis Town, who followed up their 2-0 win against Haringey Borough on Saturday with a 5-1 thrashing of Leatherhead. Dan Smith had his shooting boots on as he got four for ‘The Rocks’ whilst Jimmy Muitt chipped in with what is almost his customary goal while Tommy Wood replied for ‘The Tanners’ who also had Izunna Ikebuasi sent off for two yellow cards after 77 minutes. Not far behind were Potters Bar Town who registered a 4-1 victory at Bishop’s Stortford, who have now conceded 26 goals in their nine League games. Josh Huthchinson gave ‘The Scholars’ a half-time lead and Bradley Sach, George Craddock and Ben Ward-Cochrane chipped in with further goals with Shomari Barnwell replying for the home side. With this being their fifth consecutive defeat, Bishop’s Stortford announced after the game that Steve Smith has resigned as Joint Manager and Jamie Cureton will now run the team on his own.

Worthing continued their good form of late with a 3-1 win at Merstham where their scorers were Oliver Pearce in the first half and Jesse Starkey and Lloyd Dawes after the break whilst Omar Folkes replied for ‘The Moatsiders’. That win saw Worthing climb up to 7th. Margate registered a 2-1 win at East Thurrock United although the home side held the lead at the interval through an Andy Pugh strike, but two goals in the last twenty minutes from Noel Leighton and Kudus Oyenuga saw ‘The Gate’ take home the points. Finally, Cheshunt registered a 1-0 home win over Wingate & Finchley with the decisive goal being scored by Afolabi Akinyemi in the 54th minute.

Wednesday 2nd October

In the one game played on Wednesday, two sides promoted last season met at Hayes Lane when South East Division Champions Cray Wanderers entertained North Division Champions Bowers & Pitsea and with goals from Andre Coker, Joe Taylor and Tom Carlse the home side raced into a 3-0 lead by the break. Bowers & Pitsea fought back in the second half, but only had a consolation from Bradley Warner’s penalty, despite ‘The Wands’ having Barney Williams sent off with ten minutes to go. That win sees Cray Wanderers move up to 9th, whilst Bowers & Pitsea remain 18th

Buildbase F.A. Trophy Extra Preliminary Round Replays

Both the replays involving BetVictor Isthmian League Step 4 clubs were played on Tuesday. In the all-South East Division clash, Haywards Heath beat Ramsgate 1-0 courtesy of a Trevor McCredie penalty in the second half. There was also an all-South Central Division tie which saw Hanwell Town defeat Harlow Town 4-1 with Harry Rush and Gianni Crichlow getting a brace each and Ozzy Adeniji replying for ‘The Hawks’.