First Division

Snodland Town unveil New Squad

Snodland Town have stepped up their preparations for the 2020/21 season by fully revealing their new look squad.

Luke Wallond has given us enough names to field two sides and will now be looking in great anticipation for a start date for the SCEFL First Division.

Arriving at Potyn’s Field:

Shaun Wicks – This ones a keeper, and has been for Rochester United and Hollands & Blair in the past.

Robin Woodward – Was in between the sticks 19 times for Borden Village during 2019/20.

Andy Foster – Remains at Potyns following 11 appearances last term.

Lee Sayer – The defender joins Snodland Town after a strong season for Kent County side Borden Village.

Lewis Stevens-Toomey – From Thanet United, Lewis will be adding strength to the Snodland Town defence.

Shane McNaught – Joins from Staplehurst, the defender appeared 14 times for them last season.

Dan Ashton – Also follows the manager from Staplehurst Monarchs having played 24 games last term from midfield.

Joe Sands – Netted 6 from midfield for Borden last season.

Andre Trenton – Former Kings Hill man notched up 20 games for the Kent County side last term.

Steve Sage – Last year’s Snodland Town Captain, racking up 27 appearances for the Spartans.

Adam Turton – The midfielder played 15 games for Kent County Division One side Thanet United last term.

Scott Higgins – Mr Versatile scored 9 for Staplehurst last year.

Will Phillips-Reid – Former Staplehurst Monarchs Captain that effectively led them to back-to-back titles.

Niall Salisbury – Completes the trio from Thanet. Scored 5 goals from Midfield last year.

Brad Webb – Scored 7 for Borden Village last term and will be competing for a midfield spot.

Harry Bradford – Retained from last year when he played 7 times for Snodland.

Reece Hunt – Another on course to win the title with Staplehurst, until the season came to an early end.

Jim Matthews – Previously with Snodland but played 23 times for Staplehurst last time.

Josh Brown – An attacking threat that is one of many to make the move from Staplehurst.

Jake Baker – This young prospect has played for the England under 17 Independent Schools FA Team.

Omar Elmantawy – The Staplehurst striker netted 15 in 19 last season.

Sam Winch – The former K Sports frontman netted 31 goals in 19 games for Staplehurst last season.

Snodland Town certainly look ready – Now we wait for that start date!

Snodland Town have also this week given an update on works progress at their Potyns Field home. To read about that and to keep up-to-date with all news from the Club please visit their website here.