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The ever rising profile of Folkestone Invicta Football Club took another step upward following last weekend’s annual meeting and awards night of the Bostik League at the Wembley Hilton Hotel on Saturday where long-serving clubman Neil Pilcher was elected to the board of the Isthmian League.

Neil, a former programme editor for the old Folkestone Town club, has since served Invicta as club secretary before swapping roles to become boardroom host, alongside his wife Sally some time ago.

We can also now confirm that Mr Pilcher stepped up to boardroom level as a director a month or so ago while continuing in the role of company secretary.

Speaking primarily of his most recent appointment a delighted Neil said: “It’s a three-year term on the (Isthmian) board and I’m really looking forward to it.

“I used to be on the Kent League Management Committee and it was something I enjoyed doing so I’m looking forward and even quite excited to be able to get involved at this level.  

“I’m taking voluntary redundancy at work and will be leaving at the end of June, so I will have more time for football and as well as helping more at Invicta.

“It seemed a good time to get involved with the League.”

Pilch, as he is known around the club has worked for city-based insurance and business company Xchanging after joining the Institute of London Underwriters, who were then in Folkestone.

His appointment to the Isthmian board gives Invicta probably their highest level of representation in the non-league game, on a par with the late David Setterfield, former chairman of the old Folkestone Town club who rose to the position of chairman of the Southern League and was also a long-time official of the Kent County Football Association.

Mr Setterfield was also a former leader of Shepway District Council during the late 1970s and 1980s - but we can't see Neil following him in that direction!! 

* Neil Pilcher is pictured presenting Ian Draycott with his second Golden Boot as top scorer in Division One South a couple of years ago (Pic DON LINKIN)