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Ryman League round-up

09 February 2014
by Steve Tervet

Maidstone United returned to the top of the Ryman League Premier Division on Saturday with a 1-1 draw at home to Canvey Island.

The Stones trailed to a Jay Curran goal but Frannie Collin's 82nd-minute penalty earned them a share of the spoils and preserved their unbeaten league record at the Gallagher Stadium this season.

Lee Worgan gets up well against Canvey (Pic Martin Apps)

Maidstone keeper Lee Worgan gets up well against Canvey Island

Read Craig Tucker's match report for more details.

Elsewhere in the division, Thamesmead Town were away to Bognor Regis Town and they made the long trip home empty-handed.

Derek Duncan curled in a free-kick to put Mead in front after seven minutes but the Rocks fought back to win 2-1 with goals from James Crane and Terry Dodd.

Thamesmead remain one place and three points above the relegation zone.

Two goals from Johan Ter Horst helped Folkestone Invicta to a 3-1 home win over Worthing in Division 1 South.

Two-goal striker Johan Ter Horst on the run (Pic Gary Browne)

Two-goal striker Johan Ter Horst on the run (Pic: Gary Browne)

Nat Blanks gave Neil Cugley's side the lead early in the second half and Ter Horst's brace, which sandwiched a Mark Knee penalty for the visitors, took him to 17 goals for the season.

It also extended Folkestone's unbeaten record at the Fullicks Stadium to 15 matches and lifted them above Hastings United into fourth position.

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