Faversham Town boss Ray Turner wants his side to show character and pride in the remaining games of the Bostik South season. Several teams in the league are stranded in mid-table with little prospect of getting promoted or relegated. However, Turner will not be happy for his side to just tick over and wants them to be competitive in every game. He said: “We have to show a bit of character and pride in what we are doing. You don’t want to just see the season out.
Sam Northeast believes the time was right for him to leave Kent after he signed a long-term contract with Hampshire this week. Northeast had been with Kent since under-10 youth level through to making his first-class debut in 2007 and replaced Rob Key as captain in 2016. The 28-year-old batsman said he and the club had different ideas of the direction they wanted Kent to go.
Herne Bay joint-boss John Embery wants his side to keep the momentum going after three wins in their last four matches. Bay’s run of good results has moved them up to 15th in the table but they are pretty much stranded in the middle of Bostik South. They are 37 points above the relegation place and 19 points off the play-offs but this will not stop the motivation of his team, according to Embery. The joint-boss said: “We want to keep the momentum going.
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Selecting a term
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