Faversham Town’s under-18, under-15, under-14 and under-13 teams were all in Kent Youth League action yesterday (Sunday), while the U16 outfit hosted Margate in a Friendly following the cancellation of their local derby with Sittingbourne.
The U18 side came from behind twice to bag a 3-2 victory at Thamesmead Town, bouncing back from last week’s 10-1 defeat at the hands of Dover Athletic in style.
Captain Will Hadler bagged a brace to move onto three competitive goals this season after Zac Argent had scored Town’s first goal of the match and his first this campaign.
That result moves the Lilywhites up to 7th in the Kent Youth League, Premier Division Table on seven points off of only five league fixtures.
Click here for Tony Argent’s match report.
The under-16 team beat Margate 6-3 in an entertaining Friendly.
Conor Russell and Jamie Purdy both scored twice with Harry Beare and Liam Magee getting the other goals.
The under-15 outfit claimed an impressive 4-2 home win over Vinters.
Max Livingstone scored a penalty for the second time in three weeks, while joint top goalscorers Kofi Adu-Boamah and Jamie Chamberlain were also on the scoresheet along with Cody Bryant.
That result means Faversham currently sit 9th in the Kent Youth League, South Division Table on nine points off nine league matches and are unbeaten in their last three league games.
Faversham Town’s under-14 team gave by far their best performance of the season when they took on local rivals Faversham Strike Force in extreme blustery conditions at The Mount.
But, despite Eliot Bartlett 2nd goal this season, the Lilywhites were beaten 5-1 by their local rivals.
Click here for Adrian Wills’ match report.
Elsewhere, it was a bad day at the office for the under-13 outfit, who lost 4-0 at home to Ramsgate.