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Medway Area Sunday League round-up (17/01/22)


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Anchorians Athletic are four points off Division 1 leaders Swallow Rise 93 with a game in hand after an impressive 4-2 win at second-placed High Halstow.

Jack Paine (2), Connor Halsey and Taylor Tuck-Brown did the damage, with Jamie Keefe and Jez Hammond on target for Halstow.

Jack Burnham scored for Cliffe Woods Colts A goal in their 2-1 defeat to Milton & Fulston United, with Jake Creed bagging both goals for the visitors.

Omega 92 are fifth with games in hand following an 11-1 success over Cross Park, for whom Adam Stone's goal proved a consolation. Jamie Nash (4), Harvey Sanderson (3), William Rowlands, Daniel Lee, Lee Gambell and Luke Whyard netted for Omega.

ASK Medway and Hempstead United shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Jay Walker and Sam Slipper for Medway with Callum Burton and George Petrey replying.

New Brompton 1893 lost 2-0 to Riverside Academy, Louis Hanley and Josh West with the goals.

Anchorians United lead the way in Division 2 as they won 6-3 over Kent Marina 19. Caleb Afoke, Erikas Ivasauskas and Warren Okeowo all scored twice.

Older Alabi scored the Palmerston Athletic consolation in their 9-1 loss to second-placed Medway Invicta with James Hurcomb, Michael Hurcomb (3), Axo Jimoh, Kai Forder, Matthew Thomas on target Will Simms (2) on target.

Declan Cook, Jordan Vidler, Mike Curran, Luke Holmes and Davud Kilinc were all on target for third-placed Rochester in their 5-0 win over Bredhurst Juniors.

Cantium and Gillingham Town drew 1-1, Jack Norris scoring for Cantium.

Lew Baker, Alfie Constable and Jack Purr ensured the points for Swale Madrid’s 3-1 win over FC Catalans.

The Walnut Tree had Rory Howrihane (2), Ricky Horsington, Neal Parkes, Niall Cullen and Chun Yuen Sing (2) to thank for their 7-0 win against Medway United Central.

Division 3 leaders Real 60 had Blake Cavendar (4), Kye Osborn (3), Aaron Hawks, Aaron Simpson and Jon Hickman to thank for their 10-0 victory over Rainham Eagles.

Goals from Tiago and Jon Oliveira were not enough for Medway Rovers 20 as they lost 4-2 to Bredhurst, whose goals came from Marcus Dykes, Joshua Robinson and Charlie Hetterley (2),

Medway United West won 10-2 against Fleur De Lis. Billy Bleach (3), Aaron Scott (2), Ben Smith, Markus Jarmak (3) and Michael Wells scored for the home side with James Wilkins and Gav Pullen replying.

Bailey Hooker's hat-trick was the highlight as Eagles Gold won 10-3 over Your Move Chatham.

Kent Marina Gunners lost 2-0 to London Road in Division 4, Gary Pearson and Louis Neale their scorers.

Isaac Graham bagged the only goal of the game for The Stumble against Miton & Fulston Zebras.

Swallow Rise 93 Reserves were shaded 3-2 by The Stag. Jake Bott and a Jessie Yale own goal outscored by Jake Stephens (2) and Sam Clarkson for the winners.

Harvey White and Jack Hardy bagged for Thamesview Rangers in their 4-2 defeat to Medway Knights, who scored through Nathan Young (2), Callum Dimech and Dave Willden.

Dom Lloyd and Daniel Pippin scored for Tunbury Athletic who went down 4-2 to Pegasus 81.

Bells won 4-1 at Aylesford in the Kent Sunday Premier Cup fifth round with Emannuel Oli bagging a hat-trick and Shenton Green completing the scoring.

Chatham Town SR came out on top in the battle with Quested courtesy of a lone strike by Joe Hughes.

Roco Seniors proved too strong for Cuxton 1991 winning 6-3, Harry Martin, Jamie Reeves and Ewan Greenway netting for Cuxton.

Cliffe Woods Colts Reserves lost 5-0 to Tenterden in the Kent Sunday Junior Trophy fifth round.

Darland Spartans progressed to the sixth round with an emphatic 7-1 victory at Kingsdale, Yomi Yuseph bagging a hat-trick and Dylan Budge and Kane Hutton both scoring twice.

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