Ryman League round up week 3
Ryman Premier League
Hampton & Richmond Borough are rock bottom of the Ryman Premier table after a 1-0 defeat at neighbours Kingstonian on bank holiday Monday followed the postponement of Saturday’s visit of Cray Wanderers.
Ks’ victory, thanks to Ryan Moss’s seventh goal of the season, keeps them top of the table having first reached the summit on the back of a 4-0 win at Wingate & Finchley – Moss bagged a hat-trick and Andre McCollin added a penalty.
Lodged in mid-table after Met Police, following a 2-0 defeat at Bognor Regis on Saturday, and a 2-0 win over Harrow Borough on Monday – goals from Tobi Alabi and Manny Osei doing the damage.
Tommy Bradford bagged two goals in two games for Carshalton Athletic, but there were to be no points after a 3-1 defeat at Dulwich Hamlet on Saturday and a 2-1 defeat to East Thurrock United at Colston Avenue.
Hampton & Richmond Boro v East Thurrock United
Maidstone v Kingstonian
Met Police v Margate
Carshalton Ath v Bury Town
Ryman Division One South
Walton Casuals claimed the bragging rights over Walton & Hersham when goals from Scott Day and Malachi Hudson secured a 2-0 win on Monday.
Saturday was a better day for the Swans thanks to Andy Lomas’s solitary strike in a 1-0 win at Corinthian Casuals.
As for Walton Casuals, the win over the Swans brought to an end a good weekend after a 3-2 win over Tooting & Mitcham United on Saturday – goals from Hudson, Conor French and Malik Ouani doing the business.
Craig Tanner’s first win as Tooting boss came at the expense of Corinthian Casuals where a hat-trick from TJ Nkoma and a Sol Pinnock brace did for a comprehensive 5-1 scoreline – Danny Green got the Casuals consolation.
Goals from Leatherhead’s Niall Egan and Mohamed Eisa saw off Redhill 2-1 on Saturday, and Tom Bradbrook (two) Darren Smith from the spot did for Chipstead at Fetcham Grove on Monday.
FA Cup preliminary round
Corinthian Casuals v Erith Town
Leatherhead v Tooting & Mitcham United
Shoreham v Walton Casuals
Walton & Hersham v Horsham