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Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Football -

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”.

Willes­bor­ough’s prize foot­balls.

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Willes­bor­ough Ath­letic man­ager/ chair­man Lee James and play­ers An­drew Wood, Lewis Rae, Danny Re­gan, Mark Read and Bekim Ah­metaj

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