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Coverage from Crystal Palace vs. Margate and Group F's cup matches
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In the only Division F game of the week, Crystal Palace Foundation ran out 3-1 victors away from home against Margate as Palace get their first win of the season.

Margate went one up within four minutes after a well worked counter attack, they then had the chance to go two up just two minutes later, after Claymen handled the ball in the penalty area to give Margate the penalty.

However, Palace goalkeeper Billy Holmes saved the penalty to keep his side in the game.

Before the half, Palace managed to get their equaliser after dominating the rest of the half, with Sammuel Adenola finishing off a diagonal ball from Gabriel.

In the second half, Claymen redeemed his previous mistake when he cleared a Margate shot off the line with the game looking like it could go either way.

Nathan Medley had a massive chance one-on-one with the Margate goalkeeper, but he failed to capitalise but just 10 minutes later, Adenola grabbed his brace and his sideís second of the match.

On the counter attack, Palace finished off the game through Tashane Tomlinson getting the third for Palace and helped them to get the three points.

In the cup fixtures involving Division F teams this week, Charlton Athletic Trust were thrashed 7-1 at home to Maidstone United Academy and there was another eight-goal-thriller as West Ham United Foundation were 5-3 victors against Hastings United U19ís.

Dartford FC Academy Reds were helped by a Taylor Hawks brace as they beat Dagenham & Redbridge U19ís 4-0.

Also, despite them starting the game brightly, Millwall FC Lions lost 2-0 to Burgess Hill Town.

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