A round-up of all Saturday's action from Ryman League Premier Division, Division 1 South and North.
Leaders Maidstone United
left it late before recording a 3-0 win over 10-man Enfield in Ryman League Premier Division
at the Gallagher Stadium on Saturday.
Rory Hill put the Stones ahead shortly before the hour and sub Fabio Saraiva made it 2-0 13 minutes from time, with Hill’s second in the final minute adding some gloss to the scoreline.
Ten-man Margate slipped to a 3-0 defeat at play-off chasing Lewes.
Nicky Wheeler put the hosts ahead after just four minutes and Joe Vines saw red for Gate before half-time.
The crucial second arrived seconds after the turnaround from Jack Dixon and Dan Smith added a third 11 minutes from time.
Cray Wanderers’ struggles continued with a 3-1 defeat to Bury Town at Hayes Lane.
Two goals in three minutes just before the half-hour gave Bury a half-time advantage and they added a third 20 minutes from time, rendering Tommy Whitnell’s 79th minute strike a mere consolation.
Thamesmead Town are only above rock-bottom Cray on goal difference and Mead went down 5-2 at Hendon.
Two goals either side of the break made the points safe for the hosts and although Tozer and Campbell netted in the final 10 minutes, the hosts added a fifth.
Dane Luchford struck twice as Folkestone Invicta came from behind to win 3-2 at Division 1 South strugglers Corinthian Casuals.
Luchford cancelled out Juevan Spencer’s 33rd-minute opener five minutes into the second half and put Invicta 2-1 ahead 20 minutes from time.
The hosts made it 2-2 through Jamie Byatt six minutes later but Frankie Chappell grabbed the winner with 10 minutes left on the clock.
A 39th-minute goal from Shaun Welford secured Hythe Town a 1-0 win at home to Redhill and took Town within four points of the play-off places.
Ten-man Ramsgate suffered a 3-2 defeat at home to leaders Walton Casuals to drop to 8th.
The visitors struck first but Ian Pulman and David Pilcher turned the game around in a six-minute spell before the break.
However James Sherman was sent-off after the turnaround with the subsequent penalty making it 2-2 and the Casuals grabbing a winner.
Sittingbourne recorded a 4-2 win in the Kent derby against Herne Bay to climb to 20th.
Joe Taylor put the Brickies ahead after 12 minutes and despite Stuart King levelling on 25 minutes, Tom Loynes restored the Bourne lead shortly after the half-hour.
Stephen Okoh gave the hosts a two-goal advantage eight minutes from time and even though Jamies Turner set up a tense finale two minutes later, Bay keeper Jack Delo was sent-off in the final minute with Taylor netting his second from the spot.
Faversham Town allowed a 2-0 lead to slip to draw at Walton & Hersham.
Wayne Wilson and Matt Bourne scored in the space of six first-half minutes to put Town in charge before the interval but two goals in five minutes from the hosts just after the hour earned a point.
Chris Grayland got the first with Juan Montalban grabbing the equaliser from the penalty spot.
Whitstable Town capitulated 6-0 at Tooting & Mitcham and are only a place outside the relegation zone.
The hosts took the lead midway through the first half through Frankie Sawyer and it remained 1-0 until just before the hour when Cecil Jee opened the floodgates.
May Noble and Jordan Cheadle made it 4-0 within 10 minutes and Sol Pinnock and Sawyer’s second in the final 10 minutes sealed the rout.
Runaway leaders of Division 1 North, VCD Athletic made it 13 wins from 14 games with a 2-0 win over Burnham Ramblers.
Karl Dent and James Duckworth struck in a four-minute spell midway through the first half to ensure they moved 14 points clear of the pack.
Erith & Belvedere were 2-0 winners at basement-boys Waltham Forest to move away from the foot of the table.
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