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Plenty To Work On
Tim Dixon’s Hythe Town slumped to a poor 1-0 defeat on their travels to Walton Casuals, as recent form deserted the Cannons just when their Manager had warned against end of season lethargy.
At the end of 2014, these two sides embarked on their respective missions to avoid relegation from the Ryman South. They came together today, with both in a position to pretty much say ‘job done’, but from Hythe’s point of view they will come out of this one still with plenty to work on - Read More
Last Few Spaces - Coach To Worthing
There is now limited space on the coach to our Ryman South fixture at Worthing, on Easter Saturday 4th April, kick-off 3pm.
As this will also be the team coach we will need to be leaving Reachfields at 9.30am, Folkestone at 9.55am and Ashford at 10.15am. Seats (£10) need to be confirmed and paid for ASAP, any enquiries by phone to 01303 265962, leaving a message if no reply.
Next At Reachfields
Hythe Town v Folkestone Invicta
Next Away Fixture
Calling All HTFC Supporters!
Hythe Town v Tooting & Mitcham United - Video Highlights
Hythe Town v Tooting & Mitcham United - Ryman South - 21/03/15 - Courtesy of BKVP Sport
End Of Season Presentation Evening
Your Supporters’ Representative, Andrew Johnson, brings news of a date for your diary...
The club will be holding its annual Presentation Evening in the Clubhouse on Saturday 9th May, from 7pm until late, which is a great opportunity to meet all the players and officials in a relaxed atmosphere; with live music from “Happy Daze” a popular local band.
There will also be a cold buffet, bar and a raffle. Please tell your friends and let’s get as many supporters along for what promises to be a great evening. Tickets are only £5 each and are available now from myself or behind the bar in the clubhouse. If anyone has anything suitable for a raffle prize we would be very grateful for any donations.
This week, 1st Team Manager, Tim Dixon, spoke to the website regarding further changes to the squad as we approach the business end of the season. Over to Tim...
“It's getting to the exciting time of the season for many clubs, teams are fighting it out for promotion and others are battling it out down at the bottom. On Wednesday night, Burgess Hill lost their first league game of the season, at home to Whyteleafe. It really was a monumental effort from Ian Chapman and his team since they beat us 1-0 on the opening day of the season.
Since then, there have been a few changes to our squad as we constantly try to improve as a football club. It's still early days for me, Darren, Kev and Laney as a Management team, but we feel we are starting to make progress with the squad we have. I must say that we have really bolstered both our numbers - Read More
Calling All Hythe Town FC Supporters!
We are currently looking at some new ideas to allow our supporters to help their football club. Lets be honest, most of the time if a non-league football club requests help from its followers, it is normally going to be in the form of your time or your money.
Well, what if you could help support 'The Cannons' without any further outlay than your usual admission to a game, programme or pint?
What if, after already spending Saturday away from the non-football loving members of your family, we only asked for just a few more minutes of your much valued time?
We are asking all of our 'online' support to just follow three easy steps, that take minutes, cost nothing, yet will raise some much needed funds for YOUR football club.
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