The Jersey-based side regret they are unable to raise a side to make the long trip across the Channel to Homelands, having impressed in Kent FA competitions in previous seasons.
This is largely owing to dual player commitments with Jersey Bulls in the Combined Counties Division One, and a Jersey FA representative fixture falling on the same day.
We sympathise with St Peter in what would have been a big commitment under normal circumstance, and wish them well for the remainder of their season.
We await confirmation of a home walk-over, and a path into the first round proper of the competition where we'll host Rochester United on Saturday, October 19.
KENT SENIOR TROPHY - FULL DRAW
Ton now have a free weekend to prepare for their next Division One fixture, at local rivals Lydd Town on Wednesday, October 2, 7.45pm k.o.
This is followed by the visit of Snodland Town to Homelands seven days later, on Wednesday, October 9, 7.45pm k.o, prior to our FA Vase first round tie at home to Crowborough Athletic on Sunday, October 13, 3pm k.o.