Mid-week Ryman League round-up
Maidstone missed out on the chance
to take over at the top of Ryman League, Division 1 South on
The Stones went a goal up at
Horsham but were pegged back and had to settle for a point
following a 1-1 draw.
Shaun Welford (pictured) had
given Maidstone the lead on 38 minutes but it was all-square when
Ryan Marriott levelled a minute before the break.
Maidstone do still have a game in
hand over leaders Dulwich Hamlet and trail them by just a single
Sittingbourne climbed up to sixth
in the table with a 1-0 win at high-flying Leatherhead - despite
playing much of the match with 10 men.
The Brickies played most of the
second half a man down, after Nick Treadwell was sent off, but they
took the points as Leatherhead captain Mark Simmons scored an own
goal on 70 minutes.
Mid-table Ramsgate were overtaken
in the table by Worthing, after losing to the West Sussex side
On target for the Rams was on-loan
Gillingham player Ashley Miller.
Chatham Town claimed back-to-back
wins in the North Division, as they followed up a 5-0 win on
Saturday by winning 3-0 at Ware.
Lee Hales scored twice and Jack
Jeffrey was also on target for Kevin Watson’s team.
In the Ryman League, Premier
Division, Cray Wanderers had an evening to forget, as they lost 5-1
to Mark Stimson’s Thurrock team.
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