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Home   Kent   Sport   Article

Ryman League round-up

27 January 2014
by Steve Tervet

Action from Folkestone Invicta's 3-1 win over Redhill (Pic Gary Browne)

Folkestone Invicta's Johan Ter Horst (amber and black) tries to make headway against Redhill during Saturday's 3-1 Ryman League Division 1 South win

Folkestone Invicta moved into the Ryman League Division 1 South play-off places with a 3-1 home win over Redhill on Saturday.

Josh Vincent, Michael Yianni and Johan Ter Horst scored the goals which extended Invicta's unbeaten run at the Fullicks Stadium to 13 matches and lifted them to fifth.

Three points and three places behind Neil Cugley's side are Ramsgate, who lost 2-0 at home to Chipstead.

Faversham Town moved level on points with the Rams after they played out a 0-0 draw with Worthing at Salters Lane.

There was frustration for struggling Whitstable Town, who were leading 2-1 when their game at promotion-chasing Walton Casuals was abandoned due to torrential rain and a power failure.

And waterlogged pitches meant the fixtures involving Herne Bay, Hythe Town and Sittingbourne were all postponed.

Maidstone United thrashed Hampton & Richmond Borough 7-2 at the Gallagher Stadium to move second in the Premier Division.

Read Craig Tucker's match report on the nine-goal thriller.

The battle of the bottom two sides in the division saw Cray Wanderers win 2-0 at Carshalton thanks to goals from Jide Maduako and Paul Vines.

Tommy Whitnell scored for Thamesmead Town but they lost 3-1 away to Wingate & Finchley and are just three points above the relegation zone.

Margate were due to travel to Leiston but the game was postponed.

In Division 1 North, Chatham Town were beaten 2-0 at home by Romford, while Erith & Belvedere were beaten by the same scoreline at Soham Town Rangers.

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