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Kent football results and summary

Non League

Welling United have had their biggest win of the season as they won 5-0 at Woking.

Andy Pugh scored a hat-trick as he took the tally in his loan spell from Gillingham to eight.

They are now ninth in the table, six points off the play-offs.

Dartford moved ten points clear in the Ryman Premier by beating Ashford-Middlesex and Ashford-Kent are off the bottom of Ryman South beating Horsham.

The Darts' win was their first at home of 2010. Lee Burns' 16th goal of the season secured the 3-2 victory shortly after half-time.

Cray helped them by beating second placed Kingstonian for their sixth win in seven games, while Tonbridge's new signing Jerahl Hughes was one of their goalscorers in a 2-1 victory at Carshalton which lifts them out of the relegation zone.

Sittingbourne defied the league positions of the Ryman South promotion race with a 2-0 win over Folkestone. Sittingbourne ended the game with defender Billy Manners in goal after Darren Ibrahim was stretchered off shortly after half-time.

Folkestone striker Simon Austin was sent off for the challenge, and his resultant ban will end Folkestone's run of naming the same starting eleven for 15 games.

Sittingbourne manager Gary Abbott told BBC Radio Kent: "From the first whistle we deserved that win. We deserved a couple more goals.

"Billy went in goal, he isn't a goalkeeper but I don't think he had one shot to save."

Folkestone's Neil Cugley added: "Disappointing really. I didn't think theirs was a penalty in the first half, and then Simon Austin got himself unnecessarily sent off. I thought at first he was going to win us a penalty."

Ashford Town are off the bottom of Ryman South for the first time since November. They came from 2-0 down to beat Horsham 3-2.

Their manager Steve Lovell said: "It's nice (that we are not bottom), it's been a long time coming. Even when we were 2-0 down we shouldn't have been and we came back and could have won it quite easily."

They are replaced at the bottom by Whistable Town whose game at Whyteleafe was postponed.

Faversham beat Sporting Bengal 2-0 to remain 10 points clear at the top of the Kent league.

Saturday 20 February

Blue Square South
Braintree Town 1-1 Bromley
Dover Athletic 1-1 Maidenhead United
Woking 0-5 Welling United

Ryman Premier Division
Billericay Town 1-1 Maidstone United
Carshalton Athletic 1-2 Tonbridge Angels
Cray Wanderers 2-1 Kingstonian
Dartford 3-2 Ashford Town Middlesex
Margate 1-2 Canvey Island

Ryman Division One South
Ashford Town 3-2 Horsham YMCA
Merstham 4-2 Ramsgate
Sittingbourne 2-0 Folkestone Invicta

Ryman Division One North
Concord Rangers 3-1 Thamesmead Town
VCD Athletic 0-1 Romford

Kent Senior Trophy Quarter Final
Deal Town 1-0 Beckenham

Bulmers Cider Kent League Premier Division
Beckenham Town 2-1 Tunbridge Wells
Fisher 1-1 Lordswood
Herne Bay 1-0 Greenwich Borough
Holmesdale 3-0 Corinthian
Hythe Town 3-1 Erith Town
Sporting Bengal United 0-2 Faversham Town

Vandanel Kent County League Premier Division
Bearsted 3-1 Milton & Fulston United
Coney Hall 2-6 Sutton Athletic
Lewisham Borough 0-0 Rusthall
Fleet Leisure 1-2 Tonbridge Invicta
Hollands & Blair 1-0 Canterbury City
Orpington 5-0 Bly Spartans
Snodland 0-1 Stansfeld O&B Club

Division One
Belvedere 2-3 Charlton Ath Comm
Guru Nanak 0-4 Tudor Sports
Kennington 1-2 AFC Sheppey
Otford United 4-0 Oakwood
Staplehurst & Monarchs United 4-2 APM

Division Two
Bexleians 1-1 Erith 147 Sports
Borough United 0-2 Bexley Borough
Chartham Sports 2-0 Pembury
Fleetdown United 2-2 Seven Acre Sports
Halls 6-0 Westerham
Hawkenbury 4-5 Lydd Town
Malgo 1-3 Lanes End
Meridian 1-2 Forest Hill Park
Platt United 1-1 Hamstreet

Bill Manklow Cup Round Two
Crockenhill 3-1 Metrogas

Barry Bundock West Kent Shield Round Three
Chipstead 1-0 Farnborough OB Guild

Les Leckie Cup
Premier 2-3 Larkfield & New Hythe (R2)
Woodstock Park 2-1 Bredhurst Juniors (R3)

Monday 22 February

Bulmers Cider Kent League Premier Division
Erith Town v Beckenham Town

Tuesday 23 February

Blue Square South
Bishops Stortford v Bromley

Ryman Premier Division
Cray Wanderers v Sutton United
Horsham v Dartford
Tonbridge Angels v Harrow Borough

Ryman Division One South
Chatham Town v Folkestone Invicta
Fleet Town v Ramsgate
Godalming Town v Sittingbourne
Whitstable Town v Burgess Hill Town

Ryman Division One North
VCD Athletic v Leyton

Bulmers Cider Kent League Premier Division
Corinthian v Sporting Bengal United
Deal Town v Lordswood
Erith & Belvedere v Sevenoaks Town

Wednesday 24 February

Ryman Division One South
Ashford Town v Met Police

Bulmers Cider Kent League Premier Division
Herne Bay v Hythe Town

Thursday 25 February

Ryman Premier Division
Maidstone United v Bognor Regis Town

Championship Manager Ryman League Cup
Billericay Town v Sittingbourne



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