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Invicta boss Neil Cugley readily admitted that his side were outclassed by unbeaten Hornchurch who duly recorded a comfortable 4-1 victory to send Folkestone crashing down five places in the Bostik Premier Division at Upminster on Tuesday.

“Yes, we had problems with injuries and illness in the squad, but even if we’d had every out there and 100 per cent fit we’d still have struggled. They’re the best side that we’ve played so far this season by a long way.

“When you hear how much they’re paying you realise just what clubs like us are up against in this division. Last season it was just Billericay and Dulwich who were seriously in contention for the title but this time there are a lot of clubs who see this as their opportunity to challenge for the honours.”

This coming weekend, Folkestone travel once again, this time to Tolworth in Surrey where they meet Corinthian Casuals’ ground-sharers, Kingstonian.

Ks were one of the clubs really expected to go places this season with some big money signings during the summer, including Premier Division Golden Boot Winner Elliott Buchanan who grabbed 39 Bostik League (and league cup) goals for Staines Town last season.

So far, however, Leigh Dynan’s men have, like Invicta, seemingly struggled to get going and are currently 18th in the table with just eight points from the same number of games.

After a somewhat difficult season sharing at Leatherhead they finished in lower mid-table, but the summer saw a number of personnel changes with several fairly well-known Bostik players making the move to the Ks – including Buchanan, the star signing, along with combative attacking midfielder Jay Gasson from the Met Police.

It was Buchanan whose goal gave Ks the lead away to formidable Whitehawk last weekend but they failed to hold onto all three points when the Hawks snatched a last minute equaliser.

At ‘home’, the Ks have won their last two games, beating landlords Corinthian Casuals 1-0 (Buchanan) and Bishops Stortford 3-2.

Phil Starkey and Jack Evans both picked up knocks at Hornchurch on Tuesday but are expected to play while Tom Roberts is back following his wedding and Sam Hasler appeared to come through his last appearance in midweek with few signs of his recent illness.

Supporters are reminded that Saturday’s game kicks off at 2pm because of problems with the floodlights at St George’s Park and that the coach leaves Bar Invicta at 11am.

Invicta will again be wearing their regular black and amber as Kingstonian were their traditional red and white hoops.