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Ups & Downs
Well, a week can be a long time in football as Tim Dixon’s depleted troops followed up their euphoric 4-0 FA Cup win over Whitstable Town, with a thoroughly frustrating evening at Horsham. With
Lewis Mingle away and Josh Burchell suspended, the Cannons also travelled to this midweek fixture without the unwell Craig Thompson, the unavailable Jamie Collado, Jordan Wells and Jamie White
and included skipper Craig Cloke and John Walker within their squad with neither at 100%. With eight players unavailable or not fully fit, this fixture was always going to be a tough ask,
although some poor defending and finishing didn’t help matters, in a wide-open game - Read
Next At Reachfields
Hythe Town v Merstham
Ryman League Division One South
Saturday 20th September
Next Away Fixture
Yianni Returns To Reachfields
Hythe Town FC can confirm the return to Reachfields of the versatile Michael Yianni. The experienced midfielder moved to our neighbours, Folkestone Invicta, around eleven months ago.
After playing a major part in Neil Cugley's side ending the season second in the Ryman South Division, he has found himself on the fringes at Cheriton Road this season, following the return to form of Michael Everitt and the re-signing of the experienced Darren Smith.
Michael's first spell at the club was when he followed Manager Paul Fisk from Folkestone Reserves in the 2002/3 season, making his debut on 30th November 2002, away to Deal Town - Read More
Robert Dyas League Cup
It has been confirmed that we have been drawn away from home to Margate in the 1st Round of the Robert Dyas League Cup.
The tie will take place at Hartsdown Park and the date has been confirmed as Tuesday 7th October, kick-off 7.45pm.
It should be an interesting tie against a big spending club gunning for the Ryman Premier title along with our Kent Senior Cup opponents, Maidstone United.
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