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Life President
Oct 28, 2003
The youths, having beaten Leverstock Green and Barnet now face an altogether more difficult task tomorrow night in the next round of the FA Youth Cup.

Their opponents' recent results include victories over their counterparts from Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, Sunderland, Newcastle, Stoke and Everton ! Junior Mondal, especially, and Alex Pattison appear to present the biggest goal threat. Their team are travelling down today, staying overnight and light training under the dome in the morning (okay, the last bit's not necessarily true).

Officiating this match will be a team of two Kentish Men and one Man of Kent.

Referee is level 3, Simon Finnigan from Maidstone who would normally be found refereeing at Ryman level or running the line on the Conference South.

Assisting will be Craig Burton from Rochester and Jason Down from Sittingbourne.

Fourth official comes from a little closer to home - David Harrison, a recently promoted level 4 from Wickford.

Best of luck to the youths, I fear they will need it.