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Cannons Exit Trophy At Aylesbury
Hythe Town failed at the first hurdle in the FA Trophy, with hosts Aylesbury running out deserved 3-0 winners.
The home side were a disciplined, fit and well-drilled unit who picked Hythe off with three poorly defended goals (one a penalty), as Hythe struggled without their new-look midfield (Morrish/Cook unavailable, Johnson injured).
They also failed to fire in front of goal with the new partnership of Alfie May and Frankie Sawyer both leaving the contest injured at half-time.
Next up is the Tuesday night visit of Charlton Athletic in the Kent Senior Cup 1st Round, kick-off 7.45pm.
Next At Reachfields
Next Away Fixture
Next At South Road
Cannons Announce Eight New Signings!
It’s been another busy week for Clive Cook and Tony Beckingham as they continue to overhaul their squad with the aim of lifting the club up the Ryman South table.
So far so good as it has been six points from six and it was also six changes to the squad for our brilliant win on Tuesday night at Tooting & Mitchell United...
Video Highlights - Hythe Town v Whitstable Town
Hythe Town v Whitstable Town - Ryman South - 22/09/15
Courtesy of BKVP Sport
Sawyer Arrives Along With A Few Old Friends!
Hythe Town FC are delighted to officially announce the signing of experienced Ryman South striker, Frankie Sawyer.
Sawyer, who scored the second of our goals in our first win of the season (2-1 v Whitstable Town) on Tuesday night, becomes the first of Clive Cook and Tony Beckingham's new signings since their appointment following the weekend - Read More
Beckingham & Cook Complete Management Team
New Hythe Town FC management duo, Tony Beckingham and Clive Cook have confirmed their backroom team at Reachfields.
The joint-managers will be working with Mark Lane, who has accepted the position of Assistant Manager and will also continue in his existing role as Goalkeeping Coach - Read More
Hythe Town FC Appoint Joint Managers
Hythe Town Football Club have moved swiftly to fill the managerial vacancy caused by the departure of Tim Dixon by appointing an experienced duo as Joint Managers.
They are Clive Cook, for many years Assistant Manager at Hythe and before that Manager at Bromley Green, and Tony Beckingham who has left his current job as Manager of fellow Ryman South side East Grinstead Town - Read More
Due to our opponent's FA Cup commitments, our scheduled fixture away to Worthing has been moved from Saturday 26th September to Tuesday 10th November, kick-off 7.45pm.
Also, our usual Boxing Day fixture with Folkestone will take place this year at Reachfields on Sunday 27th December, kick-off 3pm. As always, these types of decision are difficult and will never suit 100% of our supporters, but on this occasion we feel the vast majority will be catered for. This is simply because there is less local football on the Sunday and it is probable more of us will have family commitments on Boxing Day.
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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