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Travelling pays off for anglers

Travelling pays off for anglers

Anglers who are fed-up with the poor sport in Kent have gone west to find better luck.

Ref's apology to Invicta

Ref's apology to Invicta

Folkestone remain unbeaten in the Isthmian Premier but know they should have maximum points.

Cugs: It's up to Tyler

Cugs: It's up to Tyler

Folkestone Invicta boss Neil Cugley has demanded more from teenage striker Tyler Sterling if he wants to be a part of things.

Cugs' big call pays off

Cugs' big call pays off

Manager Neil Cugley could hardly have been happier with Folkestone’s win over Worthing.

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Cugs plots promotion push

Cugs plots promotion push

Neil Cugley doubts Folkestone can afford to go up - but that won’t stop them trying.

Invicta's deadly duo

Invicta's deadly duo

David Smith says he and new strike partner Ade Yusuff could be unstoppable at Folkestone this season.

Lifetime ban threat over alleged racist abuse

Lifetime ban threat over alleged racist abuse

A football club chairman has hit out at 'mindless idiots' after reports that an opposition player was racially abused from the terraces.

Cugley praises Invicta efforts

Cugley praises Invicta efforts

Folkestone Invicta manager Neil Cugley had a depleted squad for their weekend trip to Dover but was delighted with the effort of those who played.

'I've never seen anyone hit so hard with either foot'

'I've never seen anyone hit so hard with either foot'

Folkestone youngster Tyler Sterling has that rare ability of being equally good with either foot - and Neil Cugley is seriously impressed.

Runner rescues sheep

Runner rescues sheep

South Kent Harriers have had some pleasing results - with one of their members also rescuing a sheep mid-race at the Staplehurst 5 miler.

Cugs' business is done

Cugs' business is done

Folkestone manager Neil Cugley has no interest in signing any more players this summer.

Cugs ready to go again

Cugs ready to go again

Folkestone begin their pre-season friendlies in good shape having retained all of last year’s squad.

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How football club responded to tragedies

How football club responded to tragedies

Struck by the deaths of three players associated to the club, one Kent club has held six heart screening days - and wants to do more.

Tenth anniversary of popular race

Tenth anniversary of popular race

The Folkestone Coastal 10k notched up its 10th anniversary on Sunday.

Wesley Shrubsole angling: Stevie's super session

Wesley Shrubsole angling: Stevie's super session

With sport on the North Kent coast the best it has been in a long time local angler Stevie Bates felt confident of a few fish.

Folkestone keeper departs for playing opportunity

Folkestone keeper departs for playing opportunity

Folkestone Invicta admitted they were disappointed to lose promising keeper Henry Newcombe but have been quick to promote a replacement.

Athletes battle for honours in county championship

Athletes battle for honours in county championship

The Kent County Track & Field Championships defied Covid restrictions and challenging weather to take place at the Julie Rose Stadium at the weekend.

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Striker back for more at Invicta

Striker back for more at Invicta

Prolific striker Ade Yusuff has agreed to return to Folkestone Invicta next season.

Invicta announce return of the Mac

Invicta announce return of the Mac

Charity champion Kieron McCann has agreed a return to Folkestone Invicta next season.

Boss seeks bigger budget as trio sign on for new campaign

Boss seeks bigger budget as trio sign on for new campaign

Folkestone Invicta boss Neil Cugley hopes he’ll get a bigger budget to work with next season.

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