Woodchurch ease through
ALTHOUGH atrocious weather conditions severely depleted the weekend fixtures, some games did survive and in the League Cup, Woodchurch sunk The Ship 7-0 after scoring twice in the first 10 minutes through Rhys Pryor and Paul Allan.
Woodchurch asserted their authority in the second half and scored two more quick goals which were followed by three late on.
Goalscorers were Mark Taylor (2), Pryor, Allan and Duncan Kilford.
In the Ashford Charity Cup, Hamstreet were 4-2 winners away to New Romney Reserves after Aaron McGuinness had given them a 15th-minute lead.
Although they enjoyed plenty of possession, Hamstreet were unable to increase their lead before half-time.
New Romney equalised in the 55th minute and went ahead on the hour.
Hamstreet stepped up the pressure and equalised in the 70th minute through Paul Burt.
They went ahead five minutes later with a Shay McGuinness goal and when a New Romney defender handled, Joe Spice tucked away the resulting penalty.
Other result: Leeds United 4 Riverside 2.
Tenterden Reserves progressed to the next round of the Weald of Kent Junior Cup with a 4-3 success against Biddenden which included a Luke Walder hat-trick.
In a first half dominated by the visitors, Tenterden were grateful to goalkeeper Ali Neale who made a series of excellent saves.
Biddenden took the lead with a 20th minute penalty after Oscar Barnes was penalised. Walder equalised on the half hour.
Tenterden were much brighter in the second half but again fell behind to a penalty. Tenterden then took control and Simon Bourne equalised before Walder made it 3-2. Another error handed Biddenden an equaliser. In a frantic finale, Bourne and Slater created an opening for Walder to score the winner.