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Midweek Ryman League round-up

13 August 2014
by Craig Tucker

Folkestone striker Paul Booth Picture Gary Browne

Folkestone striker Paul Booth Picture: Gary Browne

Second-half goals from Paul Booth and Ian Draycott earned a 2-1 derby win for Folkestone over Faversham in Ryman League Division 1 South.

The former Maidstone strikers put Invicta in charge at Cheriton Road on Tuesday night before Luke Harvey pulled a goal back for the Lilywhites.

Herne Bay beat Hythe 1-0 thanks to Connor Sanders' 11th-minute strike.

A late goal from Chipstead's Dan Moody condemned Ramsgate to back-to-back defeats.

Rams' Curtis Robinson cancelled out Kofi Quarty's early opener, while Ira Jackson scored the second equaliser after Jack Buckle restored Chips' lead. 

Moody clinched a 3-2 win for the visitors on 86 minutes.

Sittingbourne built on their opening-day win with a creditable goalless draw at home to Carshalton Athletic.

Chatham conceded a first-minute penalty in a 3-2 defeat at Waltham Abbey in Ryman League Division 1 North.

Darelle Russell converted then doubled the hosts' lead before goals either side of half-time from Austin Gacheru and Ade Yusuff drew Chats level.

James Elmes scored Abbey's winner midway through the second half.

Cray Wanderers were beaten by Ross Wall's 65th-minute strike in a 1-0 defeat at Thurrock.

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