Kennington has qualified for the FA Cup first qualifying round for the first time in its history.
The Southern Counties East League side, which are only entering the competition for the second time in their history, beat Little Common 2-0 at Homelands on Saturday.
Two James Haylock-Ashdown goals in as many second-half minutes helped Dan Scorer’s side advance to Monday’s draw.
They will be joined there by another member of the SCEFL, Sheppey, who received a waiver following the withdrawal of opponents Saltdean United due to a Covid outbreak.
Three other SCEFL teams are also in the hat, though they all require midweek reruns.
Chatham and Ashford, 10 players, will face off again after 518 saw a 1-1 draw at Maidstone Road.
Tommie Fagg’s first-half goal put the visitors ahead, but Ashford’s Daniel Hull saw red early in the second half for two warnings and Dan Bradshaw tied for Chatham at 16 minutes from the end.
Two stoppage goals saw 10-man Sevenoaks and Erith Town draw 2-2. Stefan Wright gave Oaks an early lead, but Dan Palfrey equalized for the visitors.
Harry Lawrence saw red for Erith in the middle of the second half and Louis Collins’ fifth-minute penalty kick seemed to have sent Sevenoaks, but Harry Gamble forced a revival at Erith Stadium on Wednesday night in the 101st minute.
A late own goal saw Deal claim a recovery against Redhill. who had taken a lead in the first half thanks to Jack Wadmore.
A ruthless finishing display saw Phoenix Sports beat nine men’s Punjab United 7-0.
Jeff Duah-Kessie gave Phoenix the lead before Punjab’s Stephen Ratcliffe went red for professional foul.
Duah-Kessie and Kweku Ansah scored before the break. Lekan Ojideko scored a hat trick in the second half and Duah-Kessie also completed his hat trick.
Jack Simon gave Hollands & Blair a first minute lead over Ramsgate and Blair’s Harry Goodger saw his shot on goal saved by Rams goalie Jacob Russell.
Ramsgate scored his own penalty to equalize in the second half thanks to Jordan Chiedozie before Josh Ajayi scored the winner with 10 minutes remaining.
Harry Stannard scored a hat-trick, including an excellent free-kick, as Whitstable beat Alfold 5-0 at Belmont.
A rare goal from Tom Mills and Aaron Millbank completed the scoring for Lloyd Blackman’s side.
Sittingbourne appeared to be eliminated at home by Littlehampton Town before a double from Johan Caney-Bryan saved a 2-2 draw.
Shay Wiggans had given the lead to Littlehampton and Sittingbourne was reduced to 10 men when Michael Akin saw red. Joe Benn doubled Littlehampton’s advantage before Caney-Bryan scored twice in four minutes.
Two Oscar Housego goals helped Corinthian win 4-2 over Badshot Lea.
Housego canceled Andrew Matthews’ opener in the first half and Louie Clarke put Corinthian ahead at the start of the second half. Owen Dean leveled Badshot almost immediately before Housego and a late strike from Charles Edmundson sent Corinthian through.
Hythe sort of let a 2-0 lead slip into a 3-2 deficit with three goals in added time – before scoring an equalizer himself to force a midweek resumption at Westfield.
The hosts took a 2-0 lead thanks to a header from Frannie Collin and Kane Phillip.
But the game turned sour in the middle of the second half when Philip saw red following a brawl. Hythe boss Steve Watt, unused replacement Jarred Trespaderne and Westfield deputy manager were also sent off.
Afo Soyemi-Owlade netted a one-minute goal in added time and Kai Davis made it 2-2 in the 92nd minute. A minute later, IK Hill gave Westfield the lead 3-2, but Hythe, 10, forced a rebound when substitute Eli Benoit equalized in the sixth minute of the stoppage time.
Cray Valley reached the FA Cup first round last season, but they fell at the first hurdle this time around, losing 1-0 to Uxbridge.
VCD came from behind at Raynes Park Vale at 10 to progress 3-2, with Ayman El-Mogharbel scoring the winner for Nick Davis’ men.
Adem Ramadan scored two goals in as many games for Herne Bay, but they lost 3-1 to Bedfont Sports while K Sports lost 3-0 to Balham.
Three goals in the last six minutes saw Faversham beaten 3-0 by Chipstead and Bearsted lost by the same score at home to Burgess Hill.
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