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Midweek Ryman League round-up - Teenage Hull City, Aston Villa target Johan Ter Horst scores winner for Folkestone

13 March 2014
by Andrew Gidley

Folkestone's Paul Booth

Folkestone's Paul Booth

Paul Booth scored twice and Premier League target Johan Ter Horst struck the winner as Folkestone Invicta maintained their Ryman League Division 1 South play-off chase with a 3-2 win at bottom side Eastbourne Town on Wednesday evening.

Invicta trailed to Layton Schaff’s eighth minute opener, before Booth equalised three minutes later and then put them in front with a penalty inside the opening half-hour.

Frankie Chappell’s own-goal on the stroke of the interval, put the Sussex side level, before Premier League target, Johan Ter Horst, linked this week with interest from FA Cup semi-finalists Hull City, Aston Villa and Charlton Athletic, grabbed the winner 12 minutes from time - his 21st goal of the season.

Darren Marsden’s double set-up Faversham’s impressive 3-1 win at second placed Leatherhead boosting their hopes of reaching the play-offs for a second successive season.

He got his first after only three minutes, before Aaron Lacy doubled the lead after 26 minutes.

Marsden made it 3-0 with a penalty just after the hour, before former Kent striker Tom Bradbrook pulled one back immediately. 

Three second half goals in the space of 18 minutes secured Chatham’s 3-1 win at Waltham Forest, their fourth straight win, to cilmb to 13th place in Ryman League Division 1 North - their highest position in the table since mid-September.

The Essex side led 1-0 at half-time, before Kieran McCann put Kevin Watson’s side level nine minutes after the break.

Ade Yusuff made it 2-1 from the spot after 66 minutes when McCann had been felled by the home keeper and Brad Potter headed in the third from a corner 18 minutes from the end to cap a perfect night for the Kent clubs.

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