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Midweek Ryman League round-up

02 April 2014
by Craig Tucker

John Ter Horst Picture Gary Browne

Johan ter Horst Picture: Gary Browne

Johan ter Horst scored an 86th-minute winner as Folkestone beat Walton Casuals 2-1 in Ryman League Division 1 South on Tuesday night.

The Hull City new boy secured the points to send Invicta third after Paul Booth's second-half opener was cancelled out by Gabriel Odunaike with nine minutes left.

Whitstable Town moved above rivals Herne Bay into 18th place after a 3-2 home win over bottom side Eastbourne Town.

Former Gillingham forward Ashley Miller scored twice for his new side, including the winning goal on 82 minutes.

He also opened the scoring, while Charlie Smith made it 2-2 after Tom Howard-Bold's double put Town in front at half-time.

New Ramsgate boss Justin Luchford saw his side lose 1-0 at strugglers Redhill, Marcus Elliott with the only goal midway through the first half.

Sittingbourne made it back-to-back wins thanks to Tom Loynes' 54th-minute strike in a 1-0 victory over in-form Merstham.

Herne Bay had Harry Brown sent off in their 2-1 home defeat by Corinthian-Casuals.

Bay led through Stuart King's early penalty but Steve Goddard equalised after the break and with Bay down to 10 men, Dave Hodges scored the winner three minutes from time.

Margate were held to a goalless draw at Wingate & Finchley in the Ryman League Premier Division and are 17th in the table.

VCD Athletic remain two points clear at the top of Ryman League Division 1 North after second-half goals from Michael Power and Sherwin Stanley in a 2-0 victory at strugglers Ware.

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