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Medway Messenger Sunday League round-up (11/10/20)

Milton & Fulston conceded a goal when an angry neighbour marched on to the pitch demanding a car was moved from her blocked driveway.

The bizarre incident happened during the second half of their Junior Trophy match at AFC Tigers, a tie Zebras won on penalties after fighting back from 2-0 down.

A number of the Milton side stopped playing while the woman had her say but Tigers carried on and scored, adding to their first-half opener.

Charlie Little replied after Luke Mills met a Jake Creed cross and, moments later, Mills levelled from the penalty spot following a foul on Svetlan Nedelchev.

The tie went the distance, with Nagene May, Jack Glover, Daniel Kadwill and Jake Creed scoring as Milton won the shoot-out 4-2.

Jamie Reeve scored for Anchorians United in their 5-1 defeat to Cliffe Woods Colts Reserves. Ashley Trigg, Steve Miller and Jamie Cooper and two own goals did the damage.

Ross Wornham's hat-trick and a brace from Luke Staples led High Halstow to a 5-2 win over Bredhurst Juniors while Medway Rovers 20 went through 3-2 after extra-time against ASK Medway.

Medway Rovers 17 moved two points clear at the top of Division 1 after Caleb Dyce netted five with Teddy Haysman the other scorer in a 6-1 defeat of Medway United Central, for whom Tommy Stellar scored.

Anchorians Athletic, in second, and New Brompton 1893 played out a goalless draw.

Dan Haggar and Ben Collier saw home Cuxton 1991 to a 2-0 victory over Cross Park.

Matthew Burgess and Luke Whyard (3) scored for bottom side Omega 92 in their 6-4 defeat to Rainham Kenilworth Rangers.

Ainsley Linton and Tom Powell ensured the points for Cliffe Woods Colts A 2-0 win over Rochester.

Bredhurst Rovers were shaded 3-2 by Wigmore, despite goals from Billy Cobb and Gusamn Amin.

Division 2 leaders Chatham Town MFC suffered their first defeat, 3-1 to Eagles, who retained their 100 per cent start. Josh Houghton scored for Chatham but goals from Darren Minal, Lewis Kempton and Reevo Lopez proved too much.

FC Catalans are third following a 4-0 success over Gillingham Town thanks to Sam Heard (2), Ryan Fuller and Jack Yeowell.

Palmerston Athletic were shaded 2-1 by Medway Athletic 19, for whom Daniel Ashton scored. Ben Martin and Jamie Gamble with the victors' goals.

Pentagon Reserves claimed their first win and goals in their basement battle with Rainham Eagles, who have now lost all five matches.

Jamie Mallion, Terry Clark (2), George Stephen and Ben Slocombe scored in Pentagon's 5-2 win with Abdul Ali bagging both goals for Eagles.

In Division 3, Bailey Hooker (5), Ryan Rose and Brad Lewis were on target in Eagles Gold’s 7-2 win over Medway United West.

Charlie Kim Wadman and George Saxby scored for Moove but they lost 12-2 to Bredhurst, whose goals came from Harry Balderston (3), Kye Knappitsch (3), Joshua Jones (2), Alfie Buckley (2), James Northwood and Ashley Iffie.

Caleb Luckhurst (2), Allen Bangura and Aaron Brookes were on the scoresheet for Swallow Rise as they ran out 4-2 winners over Rochester Eagles.

Quested made it three wins out of three in the Senior Section.

They thrased Riverside Academy 11-2 with Fjord Rogers and Ethan Stewart both scoring four goals, Michael Jenner, Freeman Rogers and Harry Lester completed the tally.

Matt Byott's strike was not enough for Locomotive Sittingbourne, defeated 6-1 by Rainham Kenilworth Athletic. There were six different scorers for the victors in Jack Jenkins, Zack Wells, Daniel Strike, Ryan Jones, James Rocha and Jack White.

Callum Edwards scored the Rainham 84 goal in their 2-1 defeat to Cliffe Woods Colts, who scored through Ashley Poppy and Ozan Hassan.

Star Meadow lost 3-1 to Bells, for whom Tom Ball netted. A brace for Emanuel Abe plus a single from Daniel Samosr did the damage.

Medway Sport sit top of the Premier Division following a 3-2 win over Medway Lions.

Aaron Lorentson, Alfie Davis and Callum Bramwell were on target for Sport with Graeme Barnes and Callum Dimech replying.

David Latunde (2), Jack Shaw and Charlie Phipps were on target in 16A’s 4-2 victory over Borden Park Wanderers, Sam Dale with both goals in response.

Billy Comdram (2), Luca Robinson and Sam Dunn netted for Pentagon in their 4-2 win against Intergills, who scored through Jake Ford and Josh Waters.

Goals from Gary Clark and Daryl Lewis were not enough for Thamesview as they went down 5-2 to Hempstead United. Callum Burton and Dave Longhurst both scored twice with John Crowe completing the scoring.

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