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Invicta’s successful 2017/18 season has been reflected in record season ticket sales for the forthcoming 2018/19 campaign.

Added to that the club has also reports that take-up of the free issue Junior Passports has also hit a new high.

An announcement from Vice-Chairman Jim Pellatt said: “Folkestone Invicta Football Club is delighted to announce record season ticket sales for the 2018/19 Bostik Premier Division campaign.

“We must sincerely thank everyone for their support for the club ahead of the big kick-off against Enfield Town at the Fullicks Stadium this weekend.

“We will also have a record number of junior passport holders this coming season which is a very successful scheme that we run in partnership with Folkestone & Hythe District Council.

Mr Pellatt added: “It is a testimony to the tremendous progress the club has achieved on and off the field that the demand for tickets from both adults and the youngsters has reached these unprecedented levels.”

Mr Pellatt added: We would also like to thank former director and commercial manager Cliff Egan for all his work on the Season Tickets and Junior Passports up to the latter stages, and especially thanked cluib stalwart Colin Ashman who took over when Mr Egan left the club a couple of months ago.

Jim said: “Colin has dealt with all the applications and produced the tickets. He has and done a magnificent job in carrying out a very difficult task with the minimum of fuss – even delivering tickets by hand to late applicants to make sure everyone has theirs before this Saturday's first home game".

“We must be doing something right” commented Press Officer Mick Cork.

 “And,” he added, “it’s especially encouraging that we’re getting more and more young people at the Fullicks these days. The gap that had developed between the younger element and those of us who’ve been supporting Invicta for years was becoming quite alarming.

“I say that of one of those who will readily admit that he’s well past his sell-by date!”