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The BIG Interview! - Shaun Welford
Following the announcement of his commitment to the Cannons ahead of the 2015/16 season, the website caught up with Shaun Welford for an in-depth chat - Read More
Super Mo Leads The Way!
Cannons skipper, James Morrish, headlines a long list of Tim Dixon's key players who have all followed in the footsteps of Laurence Harvey and Shaun Welford to sign on for the 2015/16 season at
Reachfields - Read More
Welford Remains A Cannon!
It's the news all Cannons supporters have been waiting for...
With 48 goals in 66 appearances in a Hythe shirt to his name, Shaun Welford has committed to the club ahead of the 2015/16 season! - Read More
Sam Bewick Moves On
Tim Dixon has confirmed that Sam Bewick has decided to move to Whitstable Town, ahead of the 2015/16 season. The 22 year old rejoined the Cannons for a second spell in February and played fifteen games during his second spell for the club.
But the former Tonbridge, Maidstone, Herne Bay and Faversham man has agreed to team up with new Oystermen boss Will Graham at The Belmont. Sadly, it seems that the young midfielder has decided to move on due to being asked to cover different positional duties for the team during our ongoing injury problems of the 2014/15 season.
Talking to Steve Tervet of Kent Online, Tim said - "We put a lot of faith in Sam but he’s been told by Whitstable he’s going to be playing where he wants to play - Read More
Laurence Harvey Commits
Hythe Town FC are delighted to confirm the signing of Laurence Harvey for the 2015/16 season! Laurence's decision was announced to a very happy clubhouse at Saturday night's end of season presentation evening, fresh off the defender walking off with two of the main trophies, Players' Player of the Year and Supporters' Player of the Year - Read More
End Of Season Presentation Evening - Photo Special!
On Saturday night Hythe Town FC held their annual End of Season Presentation Evening. It marked the end of a real rollercoaster of a season, with the club going through another transitional year both on and off the pitch.
Ultimately, the club managed to come through the threat of relegation and secured Ryman League football for the fifth consecutive season since our promotion from the Kent League.
Well done to Tim, his management team, the players, and officials, and thank you to all our sponsors, volunteers, and of course the supporters, who all contributed to another enjoyable season.
Thank you also to Supporters' Representative, Andrew Johnson, who arranged ticket sales and some great entertainment in the form of local band, Happy Daze, as well as organising an excellent raffle which raised a brilliant £500 towards the club’s funds! Read More
Hythe v Folkestone Scott Dance Charity Game
A great turnout at Reachfields saw a youthful Hythe firefighters side beat an ageing Folkestone firefighters side 3-0 in the Scott Dance charity game on Sunday!
An amazing total of just over £2000 was raised by the players and supporters to help Scott in his recovery.
A big thank you must go to all of those at Hythe Town Football Club in helping and making the day run so - Read More
"A cheerful smile and a willing pair of hands"
Not everybody may have heard of Peter Murdin. Both he and his wife Phyllis were keen supporters of the club, but Pete decided that with retirement looming he would spend part of his spare time helping out at Reachfields on and around the pitch. He therefore became one of those valued few who are most active when the ground is at its quietest.
Tragically Peter's retirement was all too short and he passed peacefully away at the Pilgrim's Hospice on Thursday 23rd April. His lovely wife tells us that the times he spent at Reachfields were very happy, even when those in charge did not always pick the right team! We do hope that Phyllis will continue to come to games for she will be most welcome.
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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