Sevenoaks PFC returned to Nottingham Trent University at the weekend to play in the next round of league matches, and left feeling proud of themselves as they won three out of three matches to go top of the Muscular Dystrophy UK Championship.
They started the weekend early on Saturday morning with a tough 1-0 win against Muscle Warriors PFC, Dan Stevens getting the only goal of the game.
Sevenoaks then faced Telford PFC just after lunch, however Sevenoaks were not stopping for anyone as they continued their fine play coming away with the biggest win the league has seen all season, 11-0. Kyle Alexander (3), Harry Bestwick (2), Myles Miller (4), Shaye Reid-Watson (2) were the goalscorers.
Sevenoaks then finished off their Saturday schedule against Electric Eels from Hull, who are sitting mid-table.
Alexander was again on the score sheet but it was Miller who took another three goals to give him a tally of seven for the weekend, an average of 2.33 goals per game.
Unfortunately due to the weather conditions only half of the scheduled matches were competed as all teams were sent home.
It is not yet sure when these fixtures will be replayed but the next, and final, round will be held again at Nottingham Trent University on the weekend of May 12/13.
Although Sevenoaks have topped the table this weekend, Leeds PFC have a game in hand and only trail by one point.