Basement side PGC turn tables on the leaders
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THE PGC caused the biggest upset of the week in the Ashford Supersixes by inflicting a first defeat of the season on Division 1 leaders Misfits.
Ryan Norman and Jamie Owen both scored twice for the bottom side in their 4-2 surprise win.
Willesborough took advantage of Misfits’ slip-up to close the gap to a point on the leaders with a 4-0 win over Goonies. Craig Lewis, Darren Sutton, Matt Davies and Craig Mitchell scored the goals.
Team SBE also won 4-0, to inflict an eighth defeat of the season on Cool FC.
Sellindge stay above Brabourne in third place following a 3-0 defeat over their rivals .
Goals from Leigh Simmons and Tom Poynter saw Division 2 leaders Allstars to a 2-1 win over Hillbillies.
TN Allstars lost joint-leadership after being held to a goalless draw by Wye’ld Boys.
In another stalemate, Maulers drew 1-1 with Choggers
Steve Hopkins, James Eaton and John Lightfoot were on target for Rockys Rangers in their 3-0 win over Wye Bova.
In the Premier Division, just one point separates the A Team and Bliby with two games still to play after both sides enjoyed comfortable wins.
Leaders Bliby defeated United One Two 3-0, while A Team were able to keep up the pressure by seeing off Spirit of 66 2-0.
Mean Machine were undone in the last minute of their clash with Stunts when a breakaway goal from Jason
Stratton sealed a 1-0 win. ALDINGTON achieved the surprise result of the night in the Premier Division.
They won 2-1 against the Fat Ox, who had won their three previous games and scored 35 goals in the process. Aldington’s scorers were Ross Prebble and Carl Towersly.
The Sutton Saints won a nine-goal thriller 5-4 against Baker Boys. Their goals came from Paul Vidler, Adam Overs, Mark Davies, Adam Price and Arron Price. Scott Diduca scored a hattrick for the Baker Boys,
Leaders the Wraight Boys beat Hamstreet 5-1. Dan Cornell netted a treble and Rob Greenfield added a brace.
Wells keeper Mickele Czanner makes a safe catch under pressure at Reachfields on Saturday