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Tunbridge Wells clubs on course for premier division and cup double

Football clubs from across the Tunbridge Wells area continue to impress and outperform their rivals as the season comes to an end, with many still in the hunt for a trophy or two.
Most notably in this list is Southborough Football Club and FC Revo.

Both clubs have already secured a place at this year’s Smith’s Senior League Cup Final, whilst occupying the top two spots in the Sevenoaks & District Football League (S&DFL) Premier Division, goal difference being the only thing to separate them.

Southborough were unlucky to miss out on a place in the DFDS Kent Junior Cup Group A final after losing 3-1 away to Littlebourne FC in the semis in early March.
However, FC Revo also have one eye on the Craske & Wells Memorial Trophy and will face a tough Leigh FC side in the semis after the latter knocked Southborough out in the quarter finals.

Meanwhile, Hawkenbury FC have successfully navigated their way to the Sevenoaks Senior Charity Cup Final, beating Kings Hill Reserves in the semis. They will face Halls AFC Reserves from Dartford at 3.00pm on Good Friday, April 7th, at AFC Green Court Football Club in Crockenhill (BR8 8HF).

The match will be played after the Junior Charity Cup Final between Weald Wolves and Kemsing Reserves at the same venue from 10.00am.

Rusthall Reserves have a DFDS Kent Intermediate Cup semi-final against Folkestone Invicta U19’s whilst Rusthall’s Development squad were due to play in the S&DFL Smith’s Intermediate League Cup as we were going to press.



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