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Folkestone signings add up

Folkestone signings add up

Manager Neil Cugley has revealed a budget increase has helped him attract international quality to Folkestone.

Going Green: New left-back expected to be a hit

Going Green: New left-back expected to be a hit

Boss Neil Cugley expects Folkestone's latest recruit to be a big hit with the club’s supporters.

Ray remains the one to chase

Ray remains the one to chase

Lydd's Bradley Ray kept top spot in the British Superbike Championship after strong displays at Knockhill.

Cugley: Yusuff wanted new deal

Cugley: Yusuff wanted new deal

Boss Neil Cugley has revealed prolific striker Ade Yusuff signed a two-year contract at Folkestone - after suggesting the deal himself!

Former Academy graduate one of two new Dover signings

Former Academy graduate one of two new Dover signings

Dover have announced they have signed two new players - including a former Academy graduate - as their plans for the new season start to take shape.

Net gains for Holcombe's Hoyte

Net gains for Holcombe's Hoyte

Holcombe's Jennie Hoyte put in a five-star display for the South East at the England Over-50 Masters.

Big decision for Invicta striker

Big decision for Invicta striker

Neil Cugley feels striker David Smith would benefit from another season at Folkestone.

Ray unable to cash in

Ray unable to cash in

Lydd rider Bradley Ray still leads the British Superbike standings but missed out on a £25k bonus at Donington.

Darts retain cup

Darts retain cup

Dartford came from behind to put six past Folkestone and retain the Kent Senior Cup.

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Gillingham confirm pre-season fixtures

Gillingham confirm pre-season fixtures

Gillingham have announced their pre-season opponents including a visit from their old League 1 rivals and away trips in Kent.

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Praise for Folkestone's cup turnout

Praise for Folkestone's cup turnout

Manager Neil Cugley has praised Folkestone’s fans after a bumper crowd watched them book their place in the Kent Senior Cup final.

Cugs' budget boost?

Cugs' budget boost?

Folkestone manager Neil Cugley is set to have more money to play with as he looks to build on their “most successful season”.

Cugley: Spring slump to blame for Folkestone

Cugley: Spring slump to blame for Folkestone

Boss Neil Cugley accepts Folkestone’s struggles to recreate their early-season form has cost them dearly in the end.

Cugley: Players deserve plaudits

Cugley: Players deserve plaudits

Folkestone's players deserve to be applauded following their final home match of the season - no matter what happens in their play-off challenge.

Cugley sets points target

Cugley sets points target

Folkestone manager Neil Cugley is eyeing an unbeaten finish to the league season as his side look to make the play-offs.

Cugley on Invicta's cup quarter-final

Cugley on Invicta's cup quarter-final

Manager Neil Cugley hopes his Folkestone players are able to relax a bit more during their Kent Senior Cup quarter-final against Ebbsfleet.

Cugs: We need to give everything in final push

Cugs: We need to give everything in final push

Boss Neil Cugley is urging his Folkestone players to make one last effort in their Isthmian Premier play-off push which is reaching its final stages.

Gills trio part of four new Invicta signings

Gills trio part of four new Invicta signings

Three Gillingham teenagers are among four new faces at Folkestone - who also welcome a familiar face back - for their Isthmian Premier promotion push.

Cugley: We owe our fans

Cugley: We owe our fans

Boss Neil Cugley thinks Folkestone’s players owe the club’s supporters a response this Saturday.

Invicta boss Cugs eyes Trophy final spot

Invicta boss Cugs eyes Trophy final spot

Folkestone manager Neil Cugley admits he would love to lead the club to the Velocity Trophy final.

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