Kent Athletic’s Pat Daly set a new club record at the weekend as he scored for the eighth consecutive league game.
The striker grabbed Kent’s second goal in a 2-2 draw at local rivals Totternhoe in their SSML Division One clash, following up Simon Richards’ opener.
Before Daly’s goal, both sides had been reduced to 10 men, Paul Coakley was dismissed for the visitors.
After the break, Totternhoe hit back when sub Graham Clark netted with eight minutes to go as Daniel Lambeth then salvaged a point in the 89th minute.
The 61 FC (Luton) were beaten 3-0 at Amersham Town on Saturday as Domiquo Foster, Kieran Knight and Nelson Bia-Bi were on target.
Last night, Totternhoe were away to Hatfield Town in the League Challenge Trophy, while on Thursday, Kent Athletic visit New Bradwell St Peter in the same competition.
At the weekend, Kent host Grendon Rangers, with Totternoe visiting Loughton Manor and The 61 FC entertaining Tring Corinthians.
AFC Dunstable were 3-2 winners over Welwyn Garden City in the Reserve Division South & East League, George Biggadike, Ben Darby and Bradley Hedges all scoring.
Crawley Green won 1-0 at London Colney thanks to Andy Randell’s goal.
This weekend, AFC travel to Sun Sports, while Crawley entertain Langford in the Reserve Challenge Trophy.
In Reserve Division North & West, The 61 FC beat Wolverton Town 6-2, while Totternhoe won 2-1 at Old Bradwell, Thomas Howson and Connor Blennerhassett scoring.
This weekend sees Totternhoe host The 61 FC (Luton).