KHFC V K Sports Reserves - Saturday 24th September 2016
Kings Hill 5 - 2 K Sports Reserves
2016/17 - LEAGUE
Saturday 24th September 2016
Adam Ashton (sponsored by VJA Consultants Ltd) reports from Kings Hill Sports Park
The game was off to a quick start as the K Sports Reserves looked to make a fast impact on the game but the first dangerous attack went to Kings Hill, a cross from the left hand side resulted in a corner which turned into nothing.
Before you know it it’s 1-0 to K Sports Reserves, the ball was lost in the midfield by Moncieff and the ball whipped into the middle of the Kings Hill defence which seemed to be no where. Controlled on the chest and slotted under the Kings Hill keeper with 5 minutes gone.
With just over 10 minutes gone K Sports Reserves are dominating the game. They have created and attacked as a collective threat and have got that all important goal in their favour. Worrying times ahead for Kings Hill if it keeps up like this.
Kings Hill are on the attack lovely piece of skill by Austin as he picks the ball out the air flicks the ball over the defenders head, a left foot volley which turns into a cross and the wonder strike is on for Adam’s but he gets his timing totally wrong and ends up kicking thin air.
With just over 20 minutes gone Kings Hill have created some chances but nothing in comparison to the important goal the K Sports Reserves had scored. Moments later the first promising chance for kinsg Hill from a corner after some great hold up play by Moncieff. Corner taken by Cross Austin comes to nothing but a goal kick to the K Sports Reserves.
From out of nowhere it’s now 1-1, a wonderful header by Austin. Some nice flank play, rolled into the forward who holds the ball up,well, pass back to the edge of the box for a one touch left foot cross which lands on Austin’s head which completely changed the direction of the ball and left the keeper planted to his line.
Again on the attack straight from K sports Kick of Kings Hill regain possession and win a free kick with a diagonal ball into the box by Rice. The ball goes out for a Kings Hill throw from a great defensive header away. The throw in comes in and Adam’s is found on the edge of the box urged to shot but he had no real power behind the ball and it rolled into the keeper arms.
Kinsg Hill completely dominating that game. A long ball forward from Kings Hill lands at the veteran Simon Austin allowing him a chance on goal. The defender showed him away from goal, a supporting run by Moncieff gave an option but the resulting shot from Moncieff came to nothing as the keeper got control of the ball and cleared.
Austin and Moncieff's presence upfront for Kings Hill has slowly started to create some trouble for the defence of the K Sports Reserves.
Rice with a whipped ball into the box to the far post rom a free kick, Douglas heads the ball back across the goal for Austin to score from a few yards away into the bottom left hand corner. 2-1 Kings Hill 10 minutes before half time.
Austin agin on the attack and nearly gets his hat-trick. A run by Hollick down the left wing and a cross finds its way directly to Austin's head and merely goes wide. Time seemed to of froze as soon as the ball left Austin’s forehead.
Against the run of play its 2-2, a ball crossed to the K Sports Reserves number 10 as he drives into the box he shoots, only for the ball to be deflected, landing to the feet of the K Sports Reserves number 7 as he scores from close range.
Moments later number 10 collides and fouls the Kings Hill goalkeeper with apoorly times tackle. An outburst from the Kings Hill management team as a result as it looked to be a terrible foul. The referee pulls him aside and books him. A yellow card for the K Sports Reserves moments before half time. Thankfully the keeper is alright despite the referee not bothering to check on his condition.
What an eventful end to the first half. One last attack from Kings hill before the half time whistle results in a corner. Taken by Austin and the keeper had his arms around the attacker. Referee awards a penalty despite the anger and horror of the K spots keeper. Douglas expertly slots the penalty to make it 3-2 on the stroke of the 45th minute.
The end of an eventful first half as Kings Hill lead 3-2 as the teams take the 15 minute break to regroup and recover.
The second half starts with a stoppage as Hollick is fouled and injured in the center circle, stoppage for a minute but the resulting free kick turns to nothing.
The first goal of the second half is with us just minutes in, if the amount of goals in the second half is anything like the first we are in for a spectacular second half.
Kings Hill again with a slow build up play on the edge of the box. The ball was won by Minieri down the right wing, short passes from Minieri to Adams and a shot from the edge of the box by Adams, the save from the keeper fell to Austin for his hat-trick. The linesman flags for offside but the referee gives the goal.
Moncieff with a quality run down the left wing a low cross to Austin for his 4th of the game, he runs to the corner flag to celebrate with his daughter. 5-2 Kings Hill.
Its relentless now Kings Hill pushing for more A chance for 6 as Minieri breaks free and drives at the defence and takes a shot from about 25 yards out which forces the goalkeeper to make a save.
A foul by K Sports Reserves number 8 on Minieri resulting in a yellow card for the player with only minutes to go. With minutes left he hat-trick man comes off for 15 Tyler Wait.
A man of the match performance for the Veteran Austin, lethal from 3 yards and a great ability to redirect a ball with his head.
With only minutes remaining Kings Hill knew they had the game in the bag and began to play some better expressive football knowing it’ll take a miracle to concede multiple goals with only a few minutes remaining.
Final Score South Darenth FC 1 - 3 Kings Hill FC
Man of the match is Awarded by ADAM ASHTON (sponsored by VJA Consultants Ltd) goes to Kings Hill Football Club Number 21 - Simon Austin (sponsorship available).
Kings Hill Football Club: 1 Sam Ribbins, 2 Oliver Muncey, 5 Cameron Croucher, 14 Jamie Warmington, 3 Adam Douglas, 16 Jason Hollick, 7 Sean Adams, 9 Craig Mocrieff, 21 Simon Austin, 18. Kane Rice, 11 Franco Minieri,
Subs: 15 Tyler Wait, 19 Tommy Lee Judd, 13 Ryan Fowler
Goals: 21 Simon Austin X4 (sponsorship available).
South Darenth V KHFC - Saturday 15th October 2016
South Darenth 1 - 3 Kings Hill
2016/17 - LEAGUE
Saturday 15th October 2016
Adam Ashton (sponsored by VJA Consultants Ltd) reports from Westminster Fields.
The game was off and the referee already under scrutiny after a very questionable call Just minutes into the game. Kings Hill as Tommy Lee Judd latched onto a ball from over the top. Judd charged into the penalty box only to be taken down by one of the two defenders that were chasing him. A stone cold penalty but the referee just waved play on despite all the uproar.
Kings Hill created some good build up play, a few pop shots to test the keeper and see what he was capable of.
Large periods of possession from kingshill lacking any intent until. Craig Mocrief receives the ball with his back to goal he creates him self some space with a nice bit of play down the far left hand side, a brilliant turn to beat his man and a wonderful left foot driven cross across the face of the goal. The ball flashes past Sinden who just missed the simple touch to score. Remained 0-0 with 15 minutes gone.
Moncrief again with some dangerous play down the left, beating his man and putting another great cross only for the keeper to come and collect.
Through out this first period the referee’s calls are questionable, confusing pure body strength with intent to bring players down. With both Teams management struggling to understand what he is giving.
Kinsg Hill again on the attack Large throw in by Jason Hollick, into the box for Sinden to flick on and Austin attempts a scissor kick. Promising attacks from Kings Hill with 10 minutes left in the first half. Remains 0-0.
Free kick for South Darenth on the edge of the box by the corner flag, a big threat for Kings Hill if they can't defend correctly. Kings Hill successfully clears the ball.
A huge chance for South Darenth to score as a ball was threaded through the Kings Hill defence and was left one in one with the keeper from a tight angle. Sam Ribbins makes a great save to keep the away side level. The ball goes out for a corner, which Kings Hill easily dealt with this time around.
Half time comes with a lot of talking points, sadly only about the referee, soft fouls and questionable ofsides the referee and linesmen have all had terrible first half. A real evaluation is needed for the second half.
A great start to the second half off. Richard Sinden scores a delightful chip resulting from a fantastic pass South Darenth could've deal with, Sinden charges in and lobs the keeper. 1-0 Kinsg Hill FC.
The next attack results in another goal for Kings Hill FC 2-0, Great build up play opens the south darenth defence and Moncieff finishes the move with a nice left footed low driven shot to the keepers right. A powerful start by Kings Hill in the second half.
Talking of goals, it’s 3-0 with Tyler Wait getting it. An initial save from the South Darenth goalkeeper from Substitute Franco Minieri strike the rebound falls to Lee Judd he squares the ball to fellow substitute Wait who curls the shot into the center of the goal. All three substitutions combine to create Kings Hills third goal.
The action wasn’t over yet, a penalty is awarded to Kings Hill, Sinden barged over from behind a booking for the defender. Sinden regains his composure and steps up to take the penalty. The South Darenth goalkeeper goes the correct way and saves to his right hand side. Remains 3-0 to Kings Hill.
The referee liked handing out yellow cards in this game as he dishes out 2 yellows for a tackle and the following retaliation.
Tyler Wait for Kings hill and South Darenth number 9 go in for a tackle, Wait wins the ball and South Darenth number 9 decides to retaliate and starts barging and pushing Tyler. Resulting in them both getting booked.
South Darenth are awarded a penalty after a short period of pressure in the last few minutes of the game. Penalty for South Darenth 11 to take the penalty and scores in the bottom left hand corner. 3-1 to Kings Hill with a few minutes left to go.
Game ending 3-1 to Kings Hill there was some serious talking points for both teams but mainly regarding the referee and his performance.
Final Score South Darenth FC 1 - 3 Kings Hill FC
Man of the match is Awarded by ADAM ASHTON (sponsored by VJA Consultants Ltd) goes to Kings Hill Football Club Number 9 - Craig Moncrieff (sponsorship available).
Kings Hill Football Club: 1 Sam Ribbins, 2 Oliver Muncey, 14 Jamie Warmington, 16 Jason Hollick, 4 George Hawkins, 7 Sean Adams, 8 Charlie Belcher, 9 Craig Mocrieff, 10 Richard Sinden, 21 Simon Austin, 19 Tommy Lee Judd
Subs: 18 Kane Rice, 12 Keiron Sutton, 11 Franco Minieri, 15 Tyler Wait,
Goals: 10 Richard Sinden (sponsored by Barker Munro Recruitment), Craig Moncrieff, (sponsorship available). Tyler Wait (sponsored by Active Group)
Match Report - Ide Hill 0 - KHFC 1 - Saturday 1st October 2016
Ide Hill 0 - 1 Kings Hill
Saturday 1st October 2016
Adam Ashton sponsored by VJA Consultancy Ltd (www.vjaconsultancyltd.co.uk) reports from Wrotham Secondary School
The game started off with Kings Hill dominating possession and play, Ide Hill did not look as if they had turned up as evident by some extremely poor decision making. First chance of the game goes to Kings Hill as Austin gets onto the end of a misplaced pass from an Ide Hill midfielder, Austin runs at the keeper but a heavy touch takes the ball too far away from himself and into the keepers hands.
Ide Hill seem very sloppy in the defence as some simple passes have given away possession in dangerous places in the final third, if they keep this up then they are in for a rough and potential goal fest.Nice and simple passing on the edge of the Ide Hill penalty box by Kings Hill, a resulting shot that slowly rolls into the keeper hands and Ide Hill play out from the back.
Sloppy play again by Ide Hill as Austin nearly had a simple goal to his name, a set up by Rice but the keeper managed to keep it out of the goal despite a sketchy start by Ide Hill. Despite the extremely sloppy start from Ide Hill their goalkeeper has played particularly well keeping out all of Kings Hill’s chances.
A very promising start by Kings Hill, within 10 minutes 4 shots and 4 on target, though the goalkeeper has kept them all out the chances are staring Kings Hill in the face asking to be converted. Ide Hill first promising chance at goal comes from a corner, a left foot whipped ball into the box connects with an Ide Hill attacker but merely over the Kings Hill cross bar, the first real sketchy moment for the Kings Hill defence.
First corner goes to Kings Hill with just over 20 minutes gone in the game, a cross that misses the first attacking man and a volley is snatched and sent over the cross bar and our the football pitch.
Yet another sloppy mistake from an Ide Hill defender straight to Moncieff left the entirety of the Ide Hill team confused at what just happened. A shot from Moncieff from the edge of the box and went very wide. But extremely promising attacking from Kings Hill, dominant in the first half.
Another corner to Kings Hill, crossed by Austin but didn't beat beat the first man. With chance like these and lots of crosses, it should be a field day for the attackers but when a cross doesn’t beat the first man it’s a vital chance missed. Some nice play out from the back by Kings Hill, a slip by Austin in the centre of the pitch but able to still maintain the ball. A pass to Rice and then to Croucher as he then drives down the left wing and puts a ball in but comes to nothing. Still 0-0
Goal by Craig Moncieff, a wonderful headed goal at the back post. A quality ball in by Jason Hollick. It looked to be the wrong ball but the positioning and timing by Moncieff at the back post proved otherwise as he scored from around 6 yards.
The Ide Hill goalkeeper was out of his goal, a ball played by Minieri into the middle of the pitch on the edge of the box which found Austin, confusion between the Ide Hill goalkeeper and a defender. The ball was nabbed by Minieri as he tried to find Austin in the 6 yard box but the defender got to the ball first and the keeper cleared.
The danger for Ide Hill is all coming from Minieri and Moncieff down the left and right hand side. The full backs are unable to contain their pace or skills allowing the chance at a ball into the box for Kings Hill.
Free kick to Kings Hill, Austin was held off the ball but a few yards on the edge of the box. Ball from the free kick was played to the edge of the box for Sean Adams to take a shot but to be blocked by the first man in the Ide Hill box.
Ide Hill start the second half with a desire to get a goal back and try and win this game. The first chance for them comes only moment into the second half, the resulting corner turns into nothing and Kings Hill now begin their attack.
Injury to Adam Douglas just outside the Kings Hill penalty box, fears he has twisted his knee and he was in some pain, but he is back up onto both feet and jogging off the pitch. Will be interesting to see how this injury alters how he plays in the rest of the game.
Corner won by Minieri as he tried to create a yard of space in the Ide Hill penalty box, a resulting corner for Kings Hill which captain Simon Austin takes and the header went only centre meters over the crossbar, a very good chance to double the Kings Hill lead.
The frustration of being a striker in this game is showing. So many chances to put a good ball into the box for Austin but the keeper is able to come and collect every attempt Kings Hill have to put the ball in.
Double injury for Kings Hill as Rice is substituted after his ankle is injured in the middle of the pitch and Craig Moncieff is subbed off too and is replaced by Sinden.
The rain starts to fall and slowly becomes hailstone, the Kings Hill players haven't only been played in a harsh game but they have also had to battle against the weather which is easier said than done.
With the change in weather the game slowed right down, very few longs balls and many more short passes and promising build up play for both teams. Idk Hill needed a goal to get anything from this game but they were still unable to have a chance on goal that really put Kings Hill under supreme pressure.
Final Score Ide Hill FC 0 - 1 Kings Hill FC
Man of the match is Awarded by ADAM ASHTON (sponsored by VJA Consultants Ltd) goes to Kings Hill Football Club Number 6 Lee Jay Reilly (sponsorship available).
Kings Hill Football Club: 1 Sam Ribbins, 14, Jamie Warmington, 3 Adam Douglas, 6 Lee Jay Reilly, 5 Cameron Croucher, 4 Simon Austin, Craig Mocrieff, 11 Franco Minieri, 7 Sean Adams, 16 Jason Hollick, 18 Kane Rice,
Subs: 2 Oliver Muncey, 8 Charlie Belcher, 15 Tyler Wait, 10 Richard Sinden, 19 Tommy Lee Judd
Goals: 9 Craig Moncieff, (sponsorship available).
Wateringbury FC V KHFC - Saturday 10th September 2016
Wateringbury FC 2-2 KINGS HILL FC (AET 3-2)
2016/17 - CUP
Saturday 10th September 2016 14:00
Adam Ashton sponsored by JVA Consultancy Ltd (www.vjaconsultancyltd.co.uk) reports from Kings Hill Sports Park.
The game started off with both teams getting the feel for the opposition. The first slight chance at goal was in the 5th minute with Kings Hill winning a corner which was crossed in from the left hand. The corner amounted to nothing when the referee deemed contact in the Wateringbury box as a free kick to the defending side.
Watering bury got their first chance at the Kings Hill goal minutes later after Wateringbury's number 18 was judged to have been pulled down resulting in a foul. The resulting free kick was comfortably saved by Tony Coxall in goal for Kings Hill, an easy save to his left hand bottom corner.
Kings Hill were moving the ball around well and had some creative movement in the attacking third, a chance came when a strong run by Kings Hills Tommy Lee Judd down the right hand side was threatening but the final ball came to nothing and was easily dealt with by the Wateringbury defence.
The referee made a giant call when a ball switched from left to right was charged down by the goalkeeper with his hands in the air clearly handling the ball. The keeper was outside his box and he basically got away with murder, he knew he done wrong because as soon as this all happened his hands went straight to his head as he knew he messed up. No penalty was given and the whole of the Kings Hill team and coaches showed clear disappointment and disbelief at the decision made by the referee and the linesman.
The first booking of the game came when Craig Moncieff was the recipient of a poor tackle in the middle of the pitch. Kings Hill went straight into attacking mode once the Wateringbury midfielders booking was given, another ball over the top of the Wateringbury defence from Kane Rice of Kings Hill landed to Richard Sinden. Seconds later another incredible call by the referee after Sindens first shot was blocked by the unnaturally placed hand of a defender for Wateringbury and the rebound was also blocked by his hand again. Yet again appeals from the Kings Hill Staff players and fans alike were simply ignored. Both decisions lead to complete disbelief even by Wateringbury bench. Sinden finally played the ball into the middle of the box to the supporting runners but the ball was then cleared and the danger was gone.
30 minutes gone Richard Sinden fires kings Hill into the lead with a mazing run through the Wateringbury midfield and defence leaving himself 1 on 1 with the goalkeeper to safely slip the ball under the onrushing keeper to make it 1-0 to Kings Hill.
Kings Hill's second goal came soon after the first, a nice cross played in by Cameron Croucher was wonderfully kept in with a small bicycle kick on the far side by Tommy Lee Judd a few pot shot attempts later the ball lands at Richard Sinden's feet and he taps home to make it 2-0 to Kings Hill. The 2-goal advantage was soon cut out by a penalty to Wateringbury, number 26 stepped up for the penalty and places it in the keepers bottom left hand side. The penalty and resulting goal was the last event of the first half with the half time score being 2-1 to Kings Hill.
The second half started and Kings Hill had the one goal advantage, Jason Hollick received a yellow card and gave away a promising free kick on the edge of the box that eventually came to nothing.
Simon Austin wins a free kick on the edge of the Wateringbury box, Kane Rice acting as a make shift Centre half steps up with a shot that would've been spectacular if it went it but it narrowly went over the cross bar for a goal kick. Sinden has shown he can score goals in this game and has also shown the ability to create chances as a ball over to Craig Moncieff but he swiftly gets tackled and the ball goes for a corner.
A period of play that makes for a poor game from both teams passes and we are back down the other end and Kings Hill have a corner, crossed in by Simon Austin straight onto Sinden's head and then straight onto the cross bar denying him of a hat-trick for this game. The Kings Hill defence seemed to be in control when Wateringbury broke from a Kings Hill corner, Wateringbury passed the ball down the left hand side and a ball was crossed in to the middle for a Kings Hill defender to deflect against the crossbar for Tony Coxall to claim. After a period of pressure from Wateringbury results in misunderstanding between Kingshill, defender and keeper. Kieran Sutton shielding the ball to allow Tony Coxall to come and claim but a Wateringbury attacker came in and poked the ball into the goal to make it 2-2.
Edging closer to full time Rhys Lawson breaks down the right flank and cuts into the middle, sending to slip over and take himself out of the defence. Lawson then shoots but the shot was poor and the keeper calmly caught the ball. In the dying moments of the game Wateringbury were awarded another penalty as a mistake by Kane Rice allowed the forward in on goal when Tony Coxall takes the striker down in the box. Number 26 steps up again for Wateringbury to take the penalty an impressive save by Tony Coxall the 17 Year old keeper to his bottom left to keep the score 2-2 keeping the game alive. The game ended at 2-2 and an extra 30 minutes was needed to find a winner.
Wateringbury quickly make it 3-2 in the first half of extra time as they quickly countered from a Kings Hill attack, a small chain of passes allowed the ball to be slotted into the stickers feet in the six yard box. the forward slots the ball calmly into the bottom right hand corner of the goal to edge Wateringbury one step closer to winning the game. The half time in extra time was upon us and Kings Hill had 15 minutes to snatch a goal while Wateringbury had 15 minutes to see the game out and win.
Edging ever closer to the end of the second half of extra time Simon Austin was brought down on the edge of the area, Austin managed to stand his ground and retain the ball only for the referee to pull play back as Simon Austin was about to take a strike on goal. A resulting free kick inches from being inside the box was taken and saved by the Wateringbury goalkeeper to keep it 3-2 and the rebound resulted in nothing.
Final Score Wateringbury FC 3 - 2 Kings Hill FC
Todays VJA consultancy ltd Man on the match is awarded to Kings Hill FC Number 7 - Sean Adams (sponsored by West Malling Garage)
Congratulations to Wateringbury and Good luck in the next round and the league this year.
Kings Hill Football Club: 1 Tony Coxall, 3 Tommy Lee Judd, 4 Simon Austin, 5 Cameron Croucher, 8 Charlie Belcher, 9 Craig Mocrieff, 10 Richard Sinden, 11 Franco Minieri, 12 Kieran Sutton, 16 Jason Hollick, 18 Kane Rice,
Subs: 7 Sean Adams, 13 Ryan Fowler, 14 Rhys Lawson, 15 Tyler Wait,
Goals: 10 Richard Sinden X2 (sponsored by Barker Munro Recruitment)
Match Report - KHFC V AFC Mottingham - Saturday 6th August 2016
KINGS HILL FC 2 - 2 AFC MOTTINGHAM
2016/17 Pre Season Friendly
Saturday 6th August 2016 14:15
Adam Ashton sponsored by VJA Consultancy Ltd (sponsored by VJA Consultants Ltd) reports from Kings Hill Sports Park
The pre-season game between Kings Hill FC and AFC Mottingham ended in a 2-2 draw. The 90-minute game was split into three 30- minute thirds.
The game started off with the teams feeling each other out and a very possession based means of football. Right from the start the KHFC Goal Keeper was barking orders to the back three.
The first talking point came around the ten minute mark into the game where a long ball was played over the defence to AFC Mottingham's number 10, Kane Rice came off his line to close the attacker down, only just making a connection with the ball before taking out the attacker. The ref awarded a corner and after fierce argument from the opposition the referee stuck to his call and gave a corner that was then cleared by the KHFC defence.
Kings Hills defence was clearly shocked by the early penalty scare, just minutes later as Mottingham's number 10 was again through one on one with Kane Rice in goal. Rice was quick off his line, made himself big and managed to force the attacker to miss an easy conversion and hit the inside of the post.
Kings Hill finally got a sight of goal as George Hawkins sent a driven pass to the right flank for the ball to be scuffed into the box by Kings Hills number (2) Kieran Sutton with Kings Hill's Richard Sinden (10) improvising a shot on goal but narrowly passing the wrong side of the right post.
The first goal for AFC Mottingham came when the AFC Mottingham winger (7) was taken down in the box by Kings Hills Daniel Melvin (8) with a miss timed last ditch tackle, resulting in a penalty on the stoke of half time. Mottingham's number 10 converted calmly sending goalkeeper Kane Rice the wrong way, as Mottingham celebrated the referee blew the whistle to bring the first 30 minutes to a close.
Kings Hill came out of the blocks quickly in the second 30 minutes. An attack down the right hand side resulted in a corner that didn't scare the defence of AFC Mottingham. AFC Mottinghams Second goal came against the run of play when a simple direct ball over the top of the Kings Hill defence saw AFC Mottingham's number 10 again latch on to a ball that the defence of Kings Hill were unable to clear due to a lack of communication.
The helpless goal keeper Kane Rice was beaten by a simple slot in from about 10 yards making it 2-0 to the away team with about 50 minutes played. Kings Hill had their best chance of the game when a half volley from the edge of the center circle by center back Lee Jay Reilly (6) hit the crossbar, from nowhere it left the visiting teams goalkeeper stranded but still able to tip the ball onto the crossbar.
Finally after many attempts on goal and consistent pressure Kings Hill eventually started their comeback, a ball down the left to Kings Hills Cameron Croucher (3) was crossed in and deflected into the Mottingham goal, the comeback was on and the belief that Kings Hill could score another was reinstated in the minds of the players.
Kings Hill's Charlie Belcher (7) had a pass played into his feet, he dropped his shoulder which allowed him and the ball to go past the defender only to tee himself up for a shot that went sky high over the goal and out of the pitch.
From out of nowhere Kings Hill's Richard Sinden (10) received the ball from a Mottingham clearance in the last third, leaving him in a one on one position and calmly slotting the ball into the goal to equalise just before the 60-minute mark. The teams go into the final 30 minutes equal at 2-2.
As both teams came back out for the final 30 minutes a poor start and two visually tired teams created many incomplete passes leading to swift changes of attack and defence for both teams.
After a facial injury leading to some interaction with the medical staff on the side of the pitch and a number of substitutions AFC Mottingham managed to restart with 12 players shortly to be dealt with by Mottingham's player Manager number 18.
The final event of the game fell to Mottingham's number 16, a ball was thread through the defence resulting in a shot that Kane Rice tipped onto the post for it to roll across the goal line, sadly the attacker couldn't keep his balance and fell to the floor like a sack of potatoes.
Man of the match is Awarded by ADAM ASHTON (sponsored by VJA Consultants Ltd) goes to Kings Hill Football Club Number 3 CAMERON CROUCHER (sponsorship available).
Kings Hill Football Club: 1 Kane Rice, 2 Keiron Sutton, 3 Cameron Croucher, 4 Oliver Muncey, 5, George Hawkins, 6 Lee Jay Reilly, 7 Charlie Belcher, 8 Daniel Melvin, 9 Sean Adams, 10 Richard Sinden, 15 Keiron Culleton Sub: 11 Simon Waterworth, 12 Brett Smith, 16 Luke Jenner
Goals: 10 Richard Sinden (sponsored by Barker Munro Recruitment) (Second was an O.G by AFC Mottingham Number 5)