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Isthmian League fixtures 2019/20 - Home starts for Folkestone and Margate

ByMatthew Panting

Folkestone will start the new Isthmian Premier season at home to Worthing on Saturday, August 10.

Invicta follow that game with a midweek trip to newly-promoted Cray Wanderers. Neil Cugley's men host Merstham on Bank Holiday Monday, August 26.

They meet Kent rivals Margate for the first time on Boxing Day - Thursday, December 26 - with the return fixture at Hartsdown Park on Monday, April 13.

Margate (blue) will come up against Folkestone on Boxing Day. Picture: Don Walker
Margate (blue) will come up against Folkestone on Boxing Day. Picture: Don Walker

Folkestone finish their campaign against Lewes at Cheriton Road on April 25.

Margate are also at home on the first day, entertaining Brightlingsea on August 10.

In Isthmian South East, Whitstable kick-off their campaign with a derby at home to Sittingbourne on Saturday, August 17. Bourne then host Southern Counties East League champions Cray Valley three days later.

Ashford begin their campaign with a trip to Phoenix Sports on August 17 before hosting Ramsgate three days later. Ashford visit Whitstable on Boxing Day with the return game on Easter Monday.

Faversham start at home to Guernsey on August 17 before a midweek trip to Hastings. They host Hythe on Bank Holiday Monday, August 26. Faversham host Herne Bay on Boxing Day and finish the season off with a game away to Whitstable on April 25.

Hythe, who visit Burgess Hill in their opener, end their season away to Ashford on April 25 with the first clash between the two sides due at Reachfields on November 30.

Other opening games see Cray Valley entertain Hastings, Ramsgate at home to Chichester, Sevenoaks travel to Three Bridges and Herne Bay visit Whyteleafe. VCD are also on the road, away to Whitehawk.

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