Published: 06:00, 17 May 2021
Quested were crowned Senior Section champions after a 2-0 win over Bells, with goals from Freeman Rogers and Brad Shaffer.
Callum Peck scored the only goal of the game for second-placed Chatham Town Sundays against Cliffe Woods Colts but, with one game remaining, they can no longer overhaul Quested.
A Daniel Organ hat-trick plus a Lorenzo Cuozzo goal handed Premier Division leaders 16A a 4-1 victory over Medway Lions.
Second-placed Pentagon enjoyed a 7-1 victory over third-placed Park Regis Fountain with Brad Killick and Aaron Lewis both scoring twice. Louie Kennedy, Jack Thompson and Stewart Osborn completed their tally.
Jack Fitton (2) and Scott Gillman were on target for Borden Park Wanderers in their 3-0 victory over Thamesview.
Cliffe Woods Rangers completed a double over Hempstead United with Danny Steven scoring the only goal of the game in the first match. They then won 6-1 in game two with Ben Blake (3), James Balcombe, Jack Phillips and Nicky Davis on target.
Medway Sport and Intergills shared eight goals and the points in a 4-4 draw. Aaron Lorentson, Rob Ferguson, Liam Banbury and Jack Bramwell netted for Medway Sport with Josh Waters, Ellis Drew, James Williamson and Brandon Reece scoring for Intergills.
Division 1 leaders Medway Rovers 17 came from 3-1 down at half-time and losing a man in the second half to win 4-3 over Omega 92.
Caleb Dyce (3) and Kieran Trussell were their marksmen while Jamie Nash (2) and Dominic Monk replied for Omega 92.
Cuxton 1991 beat Bredhurst Rovers7-1 in the first game with goals from Harry Martin (2), Dan Haggar (3), Ted Lay and Robbie Keen. They went one better in match two, winning 7-0 through Dan Crisp (3), Joe Simmons, Keen, Ben Collier and Haggar.
Louis Porter scored a consolation for Medway United Central as they were thrashed 11-1 by Cross Park. Sean Turner (3), Mike Dungworth (2), Alex Belsey (2), Curtis Beckiss (2), Josh Mitchell and Luke Arterton did the damage.
Cliffe Woods Colts A had Jack Burnham (2), Luke Good and Charlton Summerfield to thank for a 4-1 win over New Brompton 1893, for whom Rob Horne netted.
Daryl Tripp, Sam Porter and Swayze Whale (2) were on target for Rainham Kenilworth Rangers in their 4-2 victory over Rochester, Luke Capper scoring a brace in reply.
The top two could not be separated in Division 2 as Eagles and Cliffe Woods Colts Reserves drew 1-1. Jack Latter scored for Eagles, Jacob Clarke on target for Cliffe.
Anchorians United lost 4-2 to Gillingham Town. Matt Hastings and Sean Wicks grabbed a brace apiece with Erikas Ivasauskas and Ife Famo scoring for United.
Chatham Town MFC went down 3-0 to Milton & Fulston United, two own goals and a James Gasson effort proving decisive.
Third-placed FC Catalans scored 11 without reply against Palmerston Athletic. Ryan Fuller led the way with four goals, Samuel Heard (2), Dan Ballard, Jack Yeowell, Jonathan Murphy, Ben Redding and an own goal completing the tally.
Medway Athletic 19 came from 1-0 down to clinch the points in the last few minutes thanks to Billy Greenall, Stewart Gold and Jamie Gamble. Lee Clark replied for Pentagon Reserves.
Jason Cole and Clinton Johnstone goals were not enough for Rainham Eagles as they lost 6-2 to Bredhurst Juniors who scored through George Hobbs, Sam Gillespie, Cameron Gillespie, Cody Goodman, Jack Cope and Caidan Still.
The top-of-the-table clash in Division 3 finished all square with Swallow Rise and High Halstow drawing 2-2, Charlie Sweatman and Jamie Bourke netted for Swallow Rise. Jez Hammond with a brace for High Halstow.
Third-placed ASK Medway had Sam Slipper (2), Kye Humphrey, Ben Harmer and Yomi Olowofoyekuv to thank for their 5-2 win over Medway Rovers 20, Ryan Davies and Darren Ray netted for Rovers.
In a game of nine goals, Bredhurst came out on top to win 6-3 against Real 60 with goals from Roman Makula (2), James Northwood, Jordan Tomsett, Josh Jones and Kye Knappitsch. Real's goals came from Louie Crompton and a Kia Osborne double.
Eagles Gold were hit for 10 by Five Bells who had three hat-tricks in their ranks through Daniel Kittle, Aaron Dawes and Lee Sturgeon with Ben Smith completing the scoring.
Jack Kemp claimed the lone strike for Rochester Eagles in their 6-1 defeat to Medway United West, Reece Germano, Markus Jarmak and Ashley Sains all scored twice for the victors.