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BetVictor Isthmian League - Weekend Commencing 29/11/2019 Round-up + The season so far.

There was almost a full round of BetVictor Isthmian League Premier Division clubs this Saturday, although Kingstonian continued their Emirates F.A. Cup run and two other Isthmian League sides also played in the Second Round, on the Friday and Sunday to elongate the weekend somewhat.

Starting in the League, there were a number of surprise results on Saturday, none more so than Horsham’s 3-0 home defeat against Margate, who have proved to be inconsistent of late. Goals from Noel Leighton in the first half and Kieran Monlouis and Adem Ramadan meant ‘The Gate’ left The Camping World Community Stadium with the three points. ‘The Hornets’ still lead the table but only on goal difference as Folkestone Invicta picked up a point in a 0-0 draw at Lewes, although Scott Heard was sent off in time added on which means he will miss the game next Saturday when the top two meet at the BuildKent Stadium.

Worthing remain 3rd having picked up a good point in a 2-2 draw at Haringey Borough, although they twice took the lead. Jesse Starkey put ‘The Mackerel Men’ one up after five minutes, but they were pegged back five minutes before the break through Scott Mitchell. Dylan Jelley then regained the lead for the away side two minutes after the break and that was how it stayed until twenty minutes from the end when Dimitri Froxylias equalised. The other two sides in the top five, Hornchurch and Enfield Town, both also drew. ‘The Urchins’ drew 0-0 at home against Bognor Regis Town, who continued their recent good form, whilst ‘The Towners’ will be disappointed to have dropped two points with a 2-2 home draw against Wingate & Finchley, and in fact they only saved a point with an  equaliser in the sixth minute of time added on at the end of the game. Oluwaseun Akinsanya had given ‘The Blues’ a 2-0 lead with goals either side of half-time, before Muhammadu Faal pulled one back for the home side, and then came that late, late equaliser from Joseph Payne.

6th met 7th at The War Memorial Sports Ground as Cray Wanderers visited Carshalton Athletic and ‘The Wands’ suffered a heavy defeat, losing 4-0. Goals in the first half from Christie Pattison and Ricky Korboa in the first half, and Bobby Price, from the penalty spot, and Paris Hamilton-Downes after the break wrapped up a convincing win for ‘The Robins’, to inflict the first away League defeat of the season for Cray Wanderers.

The other games all involved clubs in the lower reaches of the table. Newly promoted Bowers & Pitsea moved away from the bottom three with victory at Potters Bar Town, where a brace from leading scorer Bradley Warner clinched the two points. Merstham and Bishop’s Stortford shared the points at The Whisky Bible Stadium with a 2-2 draw. Almost inevitably, Jamie Cureton gave ‘The Bishops’ the lead but James O’Halloran had levelled matters by half-time. The away side took the lead again in the second half through Jayden Sweeney, before Chace Jacquert snatched a second equaliser eight minutes from time. The final game between Brightlingsea Regent and Cheshunt saw more sendings off than goals as the game ended 1-1 but there were three dismissals! George Bugg gave ‘Regent’ the lead after just seven minutes but Ryan Moss equalised in the 57th minute and then the fun started! Firstly Brightlingsea Regent’s goalkeeper was sent off along with ‘The Ambers’ Ibrahim Diallo following a fracas that involved a number of players, and then in the last minute Cheshunt’s Zack Newton was sent off having received a second yellow card.

 

Second Round Proper

The three remaining BetVictor Isthmian League clubs all bowed out of the competition at the Second Round stage, but not before all had put up a great fight against higher League opposition.

On the Friday, North Division Maldon & Tiptree were extremely unlucky to go down 1-0 at home against SkyBet League Two Newport County with the winner coming in the the first of eight additional minutes at the end of the game.

The following day, Premier Division Kingstonian went down 2-0 at home against Vanarama National League Fylde, with both goals coming in the first half.

And then finally on Sunday, Chichester City of the South East Division had the toughest draw of the three at SkyBet League One Tranmere Roversand so it proved as they went down 5-1 as their adventure came to an end.

So, that it for the Isthmian League in this season’s competition, but were still some Kent teams involved, but unfortunately their results didn’t go very well neither. Apart from Gillingham, who had a good victory over Doncaster Rovers, winning 3-0 at Priestfield, both Dover Athletic and Maidstone United went out, losing 3-0 and 3-1 at Peterborough United and Blackpool respectively. With there not being any BetVictor Isthmian League or Kent Non-League sides remaining there won’t be any further articles concerning this season’s competition.

Results Summary

KINGSTONIAN (P)

0

AFC Fylde

2

MALDON & TIPTREE (N)

0

Newport County

1

Tranmere Rovers

5

CHICHESTER CITY (SE)

1

 

 

 

 

Peterborough United

3

Dover Athletic

0

Blackpool

3

Maidstone United

1

Gillingham

3

Doncaster Rovers

0

 

The Season So Far In Numbers

Here are the details of what has happened so far in the BetVictor Isthmian League Premier Division this season.

Current Form Table

The below shows current form over the last six games each club has played home and away.

 

P

W

D

L

F

A

PTS

GD

Bognor Regis Town

6

5

1

0

13

4

16

+9

Leatherhead

6

5

0

1

12

6

15

+6

Horsham

6

4

1

1

13

5

13

+8

Worthing

6

3

3

0

12

8

12

+4

East Thurrock United

6

4

0

2

12

9

12

+3

Folkestone Invicta

6

3

2

1

13

7

11

+6

Carshalton Athletic

6

3

2

1

10

4

11

+6

Cray Wanderers

6

3

2

1

12

8

11

+4

Kingstonian

6

3

2

1

8

4

11

+4

Lewes

6

3

1

2

7

5

10

+2

Margate

6

3

1

2

12

13

10

-1

Enfield Town

6

2

3

1

8

8

9

 =

Haringey Borough

6

2

2

2

7

7

8

 =

Hornchurch

6

1

4

1

7

6

7

+1

Bowers & Pitsea

6

2

0

4

6

9

6

-3

Potters Bar Town

6

1

2

3

6

11

5

-5

Corinthian-Casuals

6

1

1

4

6

9

4

-3

Wingate & Finchley

6

1

1

4

8

12

4

-4

Bishop's Stortford

6

1

1

4

8

14

4

-6

Cheshunt

6

1

1

4

6

12

4

-6

Brightlingsea Regent

6

0

2

4

2

11

2

-9

Merstham

6

0

1

5

5

15

1

-10

Highest Scoring Teams

38 Goals - Worthing

36 Goals - Cray Wanderers

33 Goals - Folkestone Invicta, Hornchurch and Horsham.

Lowest Scoring Teams

11 Goals - Corinthian-Casuals

12 Goals - Brightlingsea Regent

14 Goals - Kingstonian and Wingate & Finchley.

Highest Conceding Teams

42 Goals - Bishop’s Stortford

34 Goals - Brightlingsea Regent and Cheshunt

30 Goals - Wingate & Finchley.

Lowest Conceding Teams

13 Goals - Hornchurch

14 Goals - Haringey Borough

15 Goals - Horsham.

Highest Aggregate Home Wins

Sat 9th Nov '19

Cray Wanderers

6

Cheshunt

1

Sat 24th Aug '19

Haringey Borough

5

Brightlingsea Regent

1

Tue 1st Oct '19

Bognor Regis Town

5

Leatherhead

1

Sat 17th Aug '19

Carshalton Athletic

4

Bishop's Stortford

2

Tue 13th Aug '19

Enfield Town

5

Bishop's Stortford

0

Sat 10th Aug '19

East Thurrock United

4

Cheshunt

1

Wed 21st Aug '19

Cray Wanderers

3

Margate

2

Sat 31st Aug '19

Bishop's Stortford

3

Cheshunt

2

Highest Aggregate Away Wins

Sat 12th Oct '19

Cray Wanderers

3

Enfield Town

5

Tue 12th Nov '19

Margate

1

Bognor Regis Town

6

Tue 19th Nov '19

Margate

3

Bishop's Stortford

4

Sat 17th Aug '19

Worthing

0

Hornchurch

6

Tue 17th Sep '19

Bishop's Stortford

1

Cray Wanderers

5

Tue 13th Aug '19

Brightlingsea Regent

2

Bowers & Pitsea

4

Sat 17th Aug '19

Wingate & Finchley

0

Bognor Regis Town

5

Sat 24th Aug '19

Potters Bar Town

1

Folkestone Invicta 

4

Sat 31st Aug '19

Leatherhead

1

Lewes

4

Sat 14th Sep '19

Carshalton Athletic

1

Hornchurch

4

Tue 1st Oct '19

Bishop's Stortford

1

Potters Bar Town

4

Sat 12th Oct '19

Merstham

1

Leatherhead

4

Sat 28th Sep '19

Brightlingsea Regent

2

Lewes

3

Sat 19th Oct '19

Lewes

2

Cray Wanderers

3

Sat 16th Nov '19

Wingate & Finchley

2

Worthing

3

Highest Aggregate Scoring Draws

Sat 14th Sep '19

Worthing

5

Leatherhead

5

Sat 17th Aug '19

Kingstonian

3

Margate

3

Sat 14th Sep '19

Lewes

3

Potters Bar Town

3

Tue 13th Aug '19

Hornchurch

2

Margate

2

Mon 26th Aug '19

Enfield Town

2

Potters Bar Town

2

Sat 12th Oct '19

Carshalton Athletic

2

Kingstonian

2

Sat 2nd Nov '19

Cray Wanderers

2

Worthing

2

Sat 23rd Nov '19

Margate

2

Potters Bar Town

2

Sat 30th Nov '19

Enfield Town

2

Wingate & Finchley

2

Sat 30th Nov '19

Haringey Borough

2

Worthing

2

Sat 30th Nov '19

Merstham

2

Bishop's Stortford

2

Leading Goalscorers (League only)

15 Goals - Joe Taylor (Cray Wanderers)

12 Goals - Muhammadu Faal (Enfield Town)

11 Goals - Chris Dickson (Hornchurch) &  Dan Smith (Bognor Regis Town)

10 Goals - Josh Hutchinson & Chris Smith (Horsham)

9 Goals - Ira Jackson (Folkestone Invicta) & Frankie Merrifield (East Thurrock United)

8 Goals - Jamie Cureton (Bishop’s Stortford) & Jerson Dos Santos (Folkestone Invicta)  

7 Goals - Ken Charles (Enfield Town), Charlie Harris (Horsham) & Bradley Warner (Bowers & Pitsea)

6 Goals - Omar Folkes (Merstham), Ricky Korboa (Carshalton Athletic), Ibrahim Olutade (Leatherhead), Bradley Sach (Potters Bar Town), Louie Theophanous (Kingstonian) & Tommy Wood (Leatherhead)

5 Goals - There are currently 11 players who have five goals this season

4 Goals - There are currently 21 players (including Scott Heard & Kieron McCann) who have four goals this season

3 Goals - There are currently 26 players (including Josh Vincent) who have scored three goals this season

2 Goals - There are currently 32 players (including Johan Ter Horst) who have scored two goals this season.

1 Goal - There are currently 88 players (including Ronnie Dolan, Finn O’Mara and Alfie Paxman) who have scored one goal each this season.

Goalscoring Milestones

100th goal - Freddie Parker for Cray Wanderers in their 3-2 home win against Margate on Wednesday 21st August.

200th goal - Either Chris Dickson for Hornchurch in their 4-1 win at Carshalton Athletic or Reece Myles-Meekums for Worthing in that amazing 5-5 draw at home against Leatherhead, as they both scored in the 51st minute of their respective games on Saturday 14th September.

300th goal - Either Jerson Dos Santos of Folkestone Invicta in the 3-2 home win against Brightlingsea Regent or Travis Gregory of Leatherhead in their 3-0 home win against Cheshunt, as they both scored in the 43rd minute of their respective games on Saturday 5th October.

400th goal - Rob O’Toole for Horsham in their 2-1 win at Haringey Borough on Saturday 2nd November.

500th goal - Either Bradley Warner who scored a penalty for Bowers & Pitsea against Worthing or Jamie Cureton who scored for Bishop’s Stortford in their 4-3 win against Margate, as they both scored in the 90th minute of their respective games on Tuesday 19th November.