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FANCY A DARTS MATCH? BURMAN BRINGS HIS NATIONAL LEAGUE SQUAD TO THE FULLICKS JUST BEFORE THE START OF NEXT SEASON

Folkestone Invicta’s deservedly higher profile from the excellent achievements of their team in the season just ended, is bringing the club their strongest series of opponents for ‘friendly’ matches this time around.

Already with fixtures against Gillingham (July 6th) and our Kent Senior Cup ‘conquerors’  Maidstone  United (July 9th), followed by traditional arch rivals Dover Athletic (July 14th), manager Neil Cugley has persuaded his old friend Tony Burman, pictured, to bring his highly successful Dartford squad down to the Fullicks Stadium for the first time in quite a while.

The Darts – who were only pipped  for promotion back to the National League Premier Division on the final day of last season by Havant & Waterlooville – will provide equally as stiff opposition when they visit the Fullicks on Saturday, July 28th.

Boss Cugley said: “I’m delighted that Tony has agreed to come down and play us. As many of you know, I had a very enjoyable spell at Dartford in my playing days, and will always have a fond spot for them.

“He’s done a terrific job there, and we can be sure of a really tough test on the day. I’m looking forward to it already!”

For the record, and not to bore those who already know, there is a road in the north Kent town named Cugley Road – we have to assume in honour of his time at Watling Street.

The man is too modest to comment!!