Thursday 01st September 2005
Greenwich Borough 0-4 Cray Wanderers
Go Travel Kent League Premier Division
Saturday 6 September 2003 
by Jerry Dowlen
Two early goals put Cray Wanderers in the driving seat at Harrow Meadow where their 4-0 victory moved them above Greenwich Borough into second place.
Adam Heaslewood and Jamie Kempster netted inside the first nine minutes, and another strike from Heaslewood on the half hour mark effectively killed off the game.  Jamie Wood added a late goal with five minutes left on the clock.
Borough battled gamely but couldn't break down the solid Cray rearguard in which Andy Silk earned the Man of the Match vote at right back.
Wayne Burnett went closest for the home side with a chip shot that Micky Simmons palmed away, but it was a frustrating afternoon for the Borough playmaker who was booked late in the game and then saw his last minute free kick sail harmlessly over the bar.
That means a fifth consecutive game in which Cray have kept a clean sheet.  It is now 528 minutes since a goal was conceded, and the Wands go into next Tuesday evening's London Senior Cup tie at Brimsdown Rovers knowing that the all-time club record of 564 minutes, created only twelve months ago, is in their sights.