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Stamp Out Foul Language at Football


A message from a geniune but angry visitor.


"Your web site says that you want to cut out swearing yet I went to see the game between [Team 'A'] & [Team 'B'] on Boxing Day and the swearing from both teams was disgusting. It was clearly audible to everybody [but] the referee did not caution any player. I would never take my family to see any of your games"


This is obviously not the way to build your support and families are the way forward. Think again!!



Last Week's round-up


Golden Boot 2015-2016 goes to James McDonald of Hollands & Blair


Scorers table updated to include Monday 02 May




Monday 02 May


SCEFL Challenge Cup Final


Hollands & Blair claimed the MACRON Southern Counties East Football League Challenge Cup by beating Erith & Belvedere by 2-0 at Welling United FC.

The game was taken to the Deres in the first 10 or so minutes and Sam Prescott scored during this period of pressure from Blair. As the half progressed the Deres started to get back into the game and it became much more evenly contested. Prescott scored the second Blair goal 7 minutes before the end of the game.



Captain Steve Dampier (R) and Bryan Greenfield with the cup and

League President Ray Brown in the background



The Winners



From L-R Assistant Referee Matt Pollington, Match Ref Ivan Gelov, President Ray Brown, The Cup, League Chair Denise Richmond, 4th Official Isaac Searle, Assistant Ref Philip Dunkley



Barry Peirce (H&B Chair) and John McFadden (E&B Chair) with their memorial certificates presented by Denise Richmond (League Chair)


All pictures by Alan Coomes - Match action shots here


Saturday 30 April


Premier Division


The unintended final league game of the season was re-arranged for today and it saw Tunbridge Wells finish the season with a 3-0 win at home to Deal Town. After a goal-less first half Joe Nwoko put the Wells on the winning road with his goal 2 minutes into the second half. Ryan Crandley added the second before Jack Howlett rounded things off with 7 minutes left on the clock. The Wells end up in 14th place while Deal drop a place on goal difference to 9th.





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2015-2016 Handbook


League Rules



Challenge Cup Rules


The KCFA Handbk/Lib 2015-16


The FA Non-League Regs 2015-2016


The FA discipline Regs Steps 5-7