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The Numbers Game
The numbers are beginning to stack up rather nicely for Tim Dixon’s side, their latest win, 4-1 over Redhill, the Cannons jumping up the table to 16th place. This was undoubtedly Jordan Wells'
night, as the youngster produced two excellent goals and his most impressive performance in a Hythe shirt to date, to put his side into a deserved 2-1 lead, after being 1-0 down with less than
twenty minutes to play. So those numbers...three goals in three games for Wells, six in five for Ashley Miller, three wins in a row for the first time this season, five games unbeaten and
only one defeat in eight Ryman South games, what a shame October has to end…bring on November - Read More
Next At Reachfields
Hythe Town v Chipstead
Ryman League South
Saturday 15th November
Next Away Fixture
Whitstable Town Highlights
Thanks to Peter Cuffe for this excellent highlights package of Saturday's 2-0 win at Whitstable Town...
FA Trophy Coach Travel Sold Out!!!
Coach travel for our FA Trophy trip to Uxbridge on Saturday 1st November is now sold out! If you would like to be kept on a reserve list, please call Martin Giles ASAP on 01303 265962, leaving a
message if there is no reply.
The coach will be leaving Folkestone (Brickfields) at 10.10am and then Hythe (Reachfields) at 10.30am.Pick-ups at Ashford and Maidstone can be made by prior arrangement. The fare is £10 for adults and £5 for children.
Cookie Is Back!
Hythe Town FC are delighted to confirm the return to the club of former skipper, Dave Cook. It is safe to say that ‘Cookie’ is probably the player that needs the least introduction to our supporters.
However, for the record, in his seven seasons at the club he appeared 253 times with 124 goals, along with captaining the club to the Kent League Championship, the 1st Round of the FA Cup, the Ryman South Play-offs and our first ever Kent Senior Cup win.
Dave goes straight into the squad that heads to the Belmont on Saturday, looking to be the first side to inflict a home league defeat this season on Whitstable Town - Read More
September Player of the Month
It was a long and challenging month and we got off to a great start defensively, with only one goal conceded in four games, including three clean-sheets and three wins.
Things got progressively tougher as the month went on, however one player stood out for maintaining his high standards, whatever the match situation.
The ‘Player of the Month’ award for September goes to Laurence Harvey who was an ever present throughout all nine games.
Laurence received a very high percentage of the vote from the Board and Management Team and is a very worthy winner of the second award of the season, our August winner was Sam Conlon.
It is with deep regret that we must confirm to our supporters that Sam Conlon will miss the next four months of the season.
Our young striker had his jaw badly broken following our 2-2 draw at South Park, Sam and his brother went out in Ashford for the evening and sadly was attacked.
Tim Dixon said: "Sam was beaten up and he had his jaw fractured in three places. He posted a picture on WhatsApp at 2am on Sunday and his face wasn’t in a good way.”
He continued: “Sam was taken to hospital, he had surgery on Sunday and he had his jaw wired on Monday. He's been released from hospital now. I don't know the full story but the police are looking at the CCTV and we're waiting for their report."
We wish Sam a speedy recovery and hope to see him back in a Hythe shirt at the earliest opportunity.
Ashley Miller Returns!
Hythe Town FC are delighted to confirm the signing of twenty year old striker, Ashley Miller, from Maidstone United of the Ryman Premier.
This will be Ashley's third spell at the Cannons, but on this occasion he arrives as a permanent signing, after two previous loan spells from Gillingham.
Talking to the website this morning, 1st Team Manager, Tim Dixon, was clearly delighted with his new addition - "I’m really pleased to announce the signing of Ashley Miller from Maidstone United.
Ash needs no introduction to Hythe fans as he had a loan spell here from Gillingham a couple of seasons ago." - Read More
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