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CONGRATULATIONS... GLEBE FC

Congratulations Rocky... Photo: London FA
Congratulations to all at Glebe FC after the club were awarded The Charter Standard Community Club of the Year 2014 at the ninth Annual London FA awards ceremony held at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium on Thursday evening..
 
Needless to say they are enormously proud to have won this award and wanted to share it with all their new friends here in the Kent Invicta League who have welcomed the Club over the past two seasons.

RESULTS & REVIEW - SEPTEMBER 27

Rob Denness (Blair - red) beats his opponent, watched by KFU boss Sam McNeill Photo: Paul Roth

KENT INVICTA LEAGUE
CHALLENGE TROPHY FIRST ROUND


Crockenhill 0-4 Sutton Athletic
Glebe 3-1 Seven Acre & Sidcup AET 1-1 @ 90 minutes
Kent Football United 0-9 Hollands & Blair
Lewisham Borough 0-0 Bridon Ropes AET Lewisham won 4-1 on penalties
Lydd Town 1-0 Eltham Palace
Meridian VP 2-3 Sheppey United
Orpington 1-3 Bearsted
Rusthall 2-3 Gravesham Borough

Holders Sutton Athletic began their defence of the Kent Invicta League Challenge Trophy with a 4-0 victory over Crockenhill at Wested Meadow. Arlie Desagnes put them ahead in the 38th minute and then three goals in an eight minute second-half spell from Jack Howlett and Aiden Pursglove (2) saw them through to Round Two.
Two extra-time goals from Quinten Conteh and Todd secured
Glebe a 3-1 win over Seven Acre & Sidcup at Oakley Road. Jai Nuttall put the home side ahead but Jamie Williams levelled matters just before the break. At the Ladywell Arena the scoreline between Lewisham Borough and Bridon Ropes remained goalless after extra-time but Ben Kotey's Boro' won 4-1 on penalties.
Marcus Heddon (2) and Joe Degnin were on target as
Gravesham Borough beat Rusthall at Jockey Farm where the Rustics scorers were Stuart Hunter and Bobby Dixey. A single goal from Mark Wallis on the hour proved enough for Lydd Town to beat Eltham Palace at the Lindsey Field while a Matt Garner hat-trick helped Bearsted to a 3-1 triumph over Orpington at Green Court Road, Adam Steward netting for the O's.
Comeback of the day came from Kevin Hake's
Sheppey United who scored three times in the final five minutes to knock Meridian VP out at Charlton Park Lane. Richard Whyte and Dominic Elmes had put Richard Dimmock's side two-up with just 17 minutes on the clock but Kenlan Mooney and Dan Bradshaw (2) stole the win.
The biggest win of the day came at the Glentworth Sports Ground where visitors 
Hollands & Blair returned to winning ways with a comprehensive 9-0 annihilation of struggling Kent Football United.
Seven different players got on the scoresheet, James McDonald (2), Rob Denness (2), Fraser Rogers, Lewis Taylor, Stuart West, Bryan Greenfield and Sam Reece Prescott.

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Upcoming fixtures

Hat Trick Heroes 2014-15
16 Aug
Baff Addae (Sheppey) v Rusthall
James McDonald (Blair) @ Orpington

6 Sept
Larnre Adebayo (L Boro) @ KFU 
James McDonald (Blair) @ Crockenhill
13 Sept
Baff Addae (Sheppey) @ SA&S
20 Sept
Joe Adams (Rusthall) v Lewisham B
Lekan Bakare (Orpington) @ KFU
Peter Williams (Bearsted) v Glebe
27 Sept (KILCT)
Matt Garner (Bearsted) @ Orpington

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