Midweek Ryman League round-up
Maidstone returned to the top of Ryman League
Division 1 South on goal difference with a 2-0 win at Burgess Hill
on Tuesday night.
Ade Olorunda (pictured) made the most of a rare start by opening
the scoring after seven minutes.
He struck again on 67 minutes as Maidstone regained top spot
from Dulwich Hamlet ahead of the sides' meeting in south London on
Folkestone's game at Leatherhead and
Whitstable's home match against Merstham were
postponed following pitch inspections.
In the Premier Division, Cray lost 3-1 at home
to play-off hopefuls Bognor Regis.
Wanderers fell behind to an early Ashley Robinson strike but
Leigh Bremner equalised from the penalty spot on 18 minutes.
James Crane restored the visitors' advantage shortly before
half-time, with Harvey Whyte ending Cray's hopes 17 minutes from
Thamesmead beat Thurrock 4-2 on penalties after
a goalless draw to reach the semi-finals of the League Cup.
Rob Carter scored the decisive spot-kick for the hosts after
Mead keeper Rob Budd saved from Callum Ibe.
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