Having beaten Meridian 3-1 last Saturday, league leaders Glebe travel to Charlton Park Lane for a second weekend running but this
time face a Bridon Ropes team still looking for their first point but who will be playing their first home game of the campaign.
Even at this early stage there are two big games at the top end of the table with four unbeaten teams meeting. Hollands & Blair (currently second) entertain sixth-place Bearsted at Star Meadow while third-place Lydd Town, who are at home for a third successive Saturday, play Sheppey United who are fourth and will be playing their first away KIL fixture.
Seven Acre & Sidcup, who like Blair, Lydd and Sheppey currently have a 100% record, play host to Crockenhill while Eltham Palace are on their travels for the first time to Orpington. They like Rusthall (at home to Sutton Athletic), Lewisham Borough (home to Meridian VP) and the aforementioned Bridon, await to get off the mark.
Finally two teams with one point apiece are Kent Football United and Gravesham Borough and the pair meet in what will be KFU’s first home game at their new Glentworth Sports home.
KIL fixtures August 23 -
Bridon Ropes v Glebe
Hollands & Blair v Bearsted
Kent Football Utd v Gravesham Borough
Lewisham Borough v Meridian
Lydd Town v Sheppey United
Orpington v Eltham Palace
Rusthall v Sutton Athletic
Seven Acre & Sidcup v Crockenhill