Chatham Town Soccer Club Emerges Victorious: Regains First Position in Premier League

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Chatham Town SR demonstrated their superiority in the Premier Division by securing a convincing 6-2 victory against Cliffe Woods Colts. Although Robbie Summerhayes and Ashley Poppy of Colts scored notable goals, it was the unstoppable collective effort of Tom Davey, Jack Cousins, Lee Davan, Caleb Dyce, Kuldip Mann, and Emmanuel Abe from Chatham that ensured their top position.

Other Premier Division Matches

Rainham Kenilworth Athletic emerged as the winners in their match against Star Meadow with a 3-1 score, thanks to the combined skills of James Rocha, James Downes, and Ryan Jones. Gabs Luckhurst was the sole goal scorer for Star Meadow. Wigmore displayed a solid performance with a 3-0 victory over Medway Invicta, courtesy of Richard Gregory, Danny Perrier, and a well-placed penalty by Freddie Carroll.

Lower Division Matches

In Division 1, Rochester claimed an impressive 6-2 victory against Borden Park Wanderers. The match was highlighted by an exceptional performance from Timi Mosuro, who scored a hat-trick, supported by goals from Declan Cook, Jack Rackley, and Alfie Montague. Liam Ogle scored twice for the Wanderers. Meanwhile, Rainham Kenilworth 2, led by Yomi Yusuph, Ben Hussey, Paul Williams, and Callum Barrett, secured a 4-1 win over Medway Sport XI to maintain their lead.

Division 2 witnessed ASK Medway clinching a narrow 3-2 victory against Bredhurst, with goals from Kieron Kennerly and a double from Josh Walters. Pentagon came out on top against Eagles with a 3-2 score, thanks to Jack Thompson and Bradley Killick. Lewis Kempton and Callum Sawyer scored for Eagles.

Division 3 and Beyond

Division 3 delivered exciting results with Medway United defeating New Brompton 1893 with a score of 3-1, courtesy of Ben Eastwood, Danny Olowu, and Callum Ward. Pegasus 81 secured a 4-1 victory against Eagles Gold, with Swayze Whale, Devan Smith, and Owen Fooks finding the back of the net.

Division 4 featured a thrilling match between Tunbury Athletic and The Stumble, with the former emerging as winners with a narrow 3-2 score, thanks to Ryan Cox, TJ Morris, and Luke Bonner. Your Move Chatham dominated Palmerston Athletic with a 5-1 win, featuring an exceptional hat-trick from Jay Vincent, along with goals from Aaron Cook and Vladimir Gubala.

In the final Division 5 match, Anchorians Rovers claimed a 3-1 victory against Hempstead Valley, with Matt Barber, Patrick Hemmingway, and Michael Adamou on the scoresheet. New Road Athletic triumphed with a 4-1 win against River, with Jonjoe Langley leading the charge with a hat-trick, while Steve Batt added the final goal.