The under-16 and under-15 teams were in Kent Youth League action yesterday (Sunday).
The U16 outfit bagged an impressive 5-0 victory away against Kennington Juniors.
Jamie Sherlock scored a hat-trick, while Harry Beare completed the scoring with a brace, which means he is now the side’s top goalscorer with eight competitive goals this season.
Paul Gates’ side also drew 1-1 with Ebbsfleet United in a Friendly on Friday evening on the Abbey School’s 3G pitch.
The under-16 outfit are now in 3rd position in the Kent Youth League, South Division Table with 22 points from 10 league fixtures, a point behind second-placed Bredhurst Juniors with a game in hand.
Meanwhile, the U15 team produced a terrific comeback to come from 2-0 down at half-time to beat Ramsgate 4-2.
Top goalscorer Kofi Adu-Boamah netted his 9th competitive goal this campaign, new signing Eitel Moumi-Goueth scored his first goal for the club, while Max Livingstone and Ryan Kingsford were also on the scoresheet.
That result leaves the under-15 side in 7th place on 16 points off 13 league matches.