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Matt Forster continued his scoring streak with his fourth goal in three games as Kennington drew 1-1 at Guru Nanak in the Premier Division on Saturday.
Kennington Reserves’ new jointmanager, Brad Russell, was pleased with the performance despite the 2-1 home defeat to Sheppey United in the second round of the Les Leckie Cup.
Russell and Keith Rice have taken charge of the team, which looked set to have to withdraw due to a lack of players.
They trailed early on before Mark Hughes put them level midway though the half but conceded again shortly before half-time.
Wayne Beaney’s hat-trick and two goals each by top scorer Tim Sims and Tom Winder eased Rolvenden to an 8-0 win over Sittingbourne Community to move second in Division 2 East.
Substitute Tim Williams added the other.
Gary Penfold, Mitch Mannell and Bradley Godden netted as Ashford United Reserves went down 5-3 at home to East Kent College Reserves.
Jack Ovenden and Lewis Rae scored for Willesborough Athletic who moved five points clear at the top of Division 3 East with a 2-0 win over rivals Cuxton 91.
The Ashford club are among the latest winners in the Kent FA’s ‘Magic of the Cup’ awards for January sponsored by Kent Reliance.
They were nominated after a 5-4 penalty shoot-out win over Wateringbury in the Kent Junior Cup, Group A tie.
Manager/chairman Lee James said “This was a proper cup tie, played by two competitive teams”.
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Willesborough Athletic manager/ chairman Lee James and players Andrew Wood, Lewis Rae, Danny Regan, Mark Read and Bekim Ahmetaj