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Medway Messenger Sunday League round-up (13/09/20)

There was no shortage of goals in the Senior League Cup first round on Sunday.

Lee Armstrong (3), Sam Stace and Jake Bell were on target for Chatham Town Sundays in their 5-1 win at Bells, Ola Kehinede replied for the hosts.

Borden Park Wanderers (blue) compete in the air against Medway Sport. Picture: Barry Goodwin (42223649)
Borden Park Wanderers (blue) compete in the air against Medway Sport. Picture: Barry Goodwin (42223649)

Cliffe Woods Colts were taken to extra-time after the Rainham 84 goalkeeper equalised with two minutes to go. Colts won 5-3 after extra-time thanks to Joe Reynolds (2), Ben McManus, Liam Bush and Ashley Poppy.

Ben Blake's lone strike was not enough as Cliffe Woods Rangers lost 4-1 to Star Meadow, who scored through Tom Ball, Ryan Bushell and two own goals.

Kieran Daly and Lee Kennedy goals for Pentagon in their extra-time defeat to Anchorians, whose goals came from Andre Marjolin, Ben Hawley and Simon Bye.

Jack Jenkins (2), Lewis Jordan and Zack Wells netted for Rainham Kenilworth Athletic in a 4-0 triumph over Riverside Academy.

Kieron Sharp’s goal was not enough for New Brompton Gills as they lost 3-1 to Locomotive Sittingbourne who scored through Dylan Dubb, Perry Clark and Matt Bunn.

A brace from Eliott Huitson could not prevent Medway Lions from going down 9-2 to Quested, whose goals came from Freeman Rogers (2), Joe Jarvis, Stuart West (3), Ricky Freeman and Ethan Stewart (2).

In the Junior League Trophy first round, George Cowdrey (4), Caiden Still, Lewis Nicholls (2) and Luca Gorse were on target for Bredhurst Juniors in their 8-1 win at Medway Athletic 19, who replied through Jacob Morgan.

Five Bells shaded Gillingham Town 5-4 thanks to a hat-trick from Ben Smith, Blake Cavender and Sam Stanley. Town’s scorers were Nick Thomas, Matt Hastings, Dan Morley and Johnny Gleeson.

AFC Tigers won 5-4 on penalties against Eagles Gold. The game had finished 2-2 with Jon Joe and Pete Cox scoring for Tigers.

Lipscomb Fiat lost 2-0 to Palmerston Athletic, Charlie Hetterley and Josh Kimber their marksmen.

Louis Kempton's goal was not enough for Eagles as they lost 3-1 to Cliffe Woods Colts Reserves.

Jamie Gillen, Ross Wornham and Joel Wakefield (2) were on the scoresheet for High Halstow in a 4-1 win over Medway United West, who replied through Marcos Jarmak.

Luke Mills (2) and Jack Glover were on target for Milton & Fulston United in their 3-1 victory over Swallow Rise.

Pentagon Reserves lost 4-0 to Wigmore, Vinnie Cura, Ben Saffery and Aaron Saffery (2) scoring for the victors.

Sam Kenny (8), Jon Oliveira (6), Tiago Oliveira (2), Lewis Ray, Ryan Davies, Kenny Gardiner, Dave Seal and Matt Charlton were all on target for Medway Rovers 20 as they thrashed Moove 21-2. Charlie Steel and Andrew Carter replied for Moove.

Tim Nelson's penalty was not enough for Rainham Eagles as they went down 5-1 to Bredhurst, who scored through Jordan Tomsett, Alfie Buckley (2) and Kye Knappitsch (2).

Rochester Eagles and Real 60 shared 10 goals with Real 60 coming out on top winning 6-4 thanks to Louis Crompton (3), Ryan McDonald, John Hickman and Mitchell Wilson. Alfie-Lee Donovan (2), Jamie Marshall and Callum Kemp scored for the hosts.

Kieron Trussell (3), Caleb Dyce (2) and Teddy Haysman netted for Medway Rovers 17 in their 6-1 Junior Legue Cup first round victory over Medway United Central.

Sean Turner and Robbie Pyke goals helped Cross Park win 2-1 after extra-time over Cliffe Woods Colts A, for whom Matt Wills netted.

Rainham Kenilworth Rangers won 3-2 on penalties against Anchorians Athletic. Matt Carrington had scored for Athletic in a 1-1 draw.

Danny Fletcher and Richard Humphrey netted for Intergills but they lost 9-2 to 16A after extra-time. Jack Shaw (2), David Latunde, Morgan Elavia, Lorenzo Cuozzo (2), Chris Organ, Chimdi Otuadinma and Daniel Organ were on target for the victors.

Liam and Callum Burton with one each along with a penalty from Dave Longhurst saw Hempstead United through after their 3-1 win against Thamesview, Daryl Lewis replying.

Luke Holmes' lone strike saw home Rochester against Omega 92 while New Brompton 1893 lost 4-2 on penalties to Park Regis Fountain following a 1-1 draw which saw Greig Pender score for New Brompton and Dave Tong for Fountain.

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