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Folkestone Invicta match beats the weather

Neil Cugley
Neil Cugley

Folkestone Invicta’s game at home to Horsham on Tuesday night is on but the rest of Kent football is still suffering because of the weather.

Neil Cugley’s (pictured) Folkestone side have seen their last three matches fall victim to the wintry conditions but it’s game on at the Buzzlines Stadium.

The club website statement said: “Unless we suffer severe weather between now and kick off, the match will go ahead.”

The Ryman League Premier Division match kicks off at 7.45pm.

Tuesday’s highest profile Kent game between Bromley and Chelmsford in Blue Square Bet South is off as the pitch at Hayes Lane is still covered in snow.

Thamesmead’s match against Cray at Bayliss Avenue in the Championship Manager Cup fourth round is subject to a 2pm pitch inspection.

Elsewhere a host of games are off due to frozen pitches and snow.

The Ryman League Division 1 South match between Bognor Regis and Ramsgate is off, as is the London Senior Cup fixture between Croydon Athletic and Erith & Belvedere.

In the Kent League, Premier Division the match at Tunbridge Wells against Erith has been called off, as have the Kent Senior Cup first round matches between Dartford and Tonbridge Angels and Maidstone against Ebbsfleet United.

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