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Chatham Town are hoping Medway football fans in their Kent Senior Trophy final on Sunday

By Luke Cawdell

Chats are hoping to be well backed this weekend as they attempt to bring the silverware back to Medway.

They are aiming to get at least 500 supporters urging them on in Sunday’s Kent Senior Trophy final against Beckenham at the Gallagher Stadium.

Chairman Kevin Hake hopes football fans across Medway will join the Chats faithful on their big day out in Maidstone.

Chatham Town chairman Kevin Hake
Chatham Town chairman Kevin Hake

He said: “It’s hard to believe that it’s been more than 20 years since Chatham Town got to their last cup final.

“It would be great to see the whole of Medway unite and come to the Gallagher Stadium to cheer on James and the boys.

“If the two league games against Beckenham are anything to go by then this game should be a cracker as 13 goals were scored.”

Chatham have been battling at the top of the Southern Counties East League Premier Division all season but the title looks beyond them.

Sunday’s final is one of two, however, that they will be competing in.

Chatham Town in action against AFC Croydon Picture: Steve Crispe
Chatham Town in action against AFC Croydon Picture: Steve Crispe

“It’s been a great season so far and it would be fantastic to round it off with bringing a trophy back to Maidstone Road,” Hake continued.

“I am immensely proud of this team and I’m glad that they have been rewarded in getting to this cup final.

“It is great to feel that Chatham Town are back on the map and hopefully this is the start of better things to come in the forthcoming seasons with us challenging consistently for every competition we participate in. I hope to see you all there.”

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