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Friday, April 27, 2012
Maidstone United and Whitstable Town could have an impact on final standings in last round of fixtures.
There is still plenty to play for this weekend for Kent sides in the non-league scene as Maidstone United look to sneak into the play-offs, while Whitstable Town could have an impact at the bottom of the Ryman One South table.
Here is a full run down of the fixtures of the final weekend of the season.
Blue Square Premier
Ebbsfeleet United will be looking to finish their campaign on a high when they welcome Lincoln City in a 1pm kick off in their final game.
Blue Square South
The immediate future of the sides in the Blue Square South will be unaffected by any scorelines this weekend.
Tonbridge Angels could move up to 8th with a win against Boreham Wood who are a place above them in the table, and already safe Bromley travel to mid table Dorchester.
Dartford who lost the Kent Senior Cup to Hythe Town on Wednesday have already confirmed their place in the play-offs and play away at Truro City this weekend.
Ryman Premier Division
Ninth place Cray Wanderers take on bottom side Horsham at home knowing that a win could move them up one place above Canvey Island, but only if they lose at home to 15th place Margate.
Ryman One North
Tenth place Thamesmead Town have a tricky last game of the season at home to Tilbury who are assured of a place in the play-offs, while Chatham Town who are safe from relegation travel to sixth place Redbridge who are four points shy of making the play-off places.
Ryman One South
The biggest game of the weekend for the non-league sides is without doubt in Sittingbourne where Maidstone United take on Bognor Regis Town.
Jay Saunders side are three points short of the final play-off place occupied by Godalming Town. They need to take maximum points and scored at least three goals to better Goadlming’s goal difference which would secure their place in the play-offs.
But third placed Bognor need the win just as much. They are two points off first place Whitehawk, while a point behind Dulwich Hamlet in second.
At the other end of the table Whitstable Town could relegate Whyteleafe should they win, or draw in Surrey, and second bottom Burgess Hill Town lose.
The other fixtures for Kent sides are:
Faversham Town v Corinthian-Casuals
Merstham v Hythe Town
Ramsgate v Walton Casuals
Walton & Hersham v Sittingbourne