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Midweek Ryman League round-up

18 December 2013
by Craig Tucker

Jack Parkinson

Jack Parkinson

Maidstone United lost for only the second time this season, going down 2-0 at Dulwich Hamlet on Tuesday night.

Stones handed a debut to new signing Jack Parkinson, the club's academy manager, who joined from Skrill Premier Woking hours before the match.

But they trailed at half-time to a Nyren Clunis effort on 34 minutes and Dulwich made sure of the points through Jerome Walker on 57 minutes.

Defeat saw Stones drop to fifth place in the Ryman League Premier Division, with Dulwich up to fourth.

Bottom side Cray Wanderers were thumped 6-0 at home by Hendon.

Chris Seeby, James Fisher, Jefferson Louis and Anthony Thomas ended Cray's hopes before half-time.

Louis scored again after the break, with Sam Flegg completing the rout.

In Ryman League Division 1 South, Stuart King's hat-trick led Herne Bay to a shock 6-0 victory at high-flying Walton Casuals.

Bay were two up inside 12 minutes thanks to Jordan Casey and a Connor French own goal, then King scored his first on 22 minutes.

George Bonner added Bay's fourth early in the second half, with King completing his hat-trick on 66 and 76 minutes.

Sittingbourne v Hythe and Whitstable v Merstham were postponed due to waterlogged pitches.

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