First Team
Isthmian League Premier Division Sun 24 March Hayes Lane
Cray Wanderers
Folkestone Invicta
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Invicta travel to Hayes Lane on Sunday for what should be the last time ahead of Cray Wanderers move to their new stadium at Flamingo Park. 

The match is being played on Sunday as Bromley host York City on Saturday. 

From The Manager

Manager Andy Drury spoke on Thursday:

“We want to bounce back from Tuesday night’s defeat. We know our performance wasn’t good enough and we will have to up our level on Sunday. Since New Year’s Day our results have been a improved but we need to maintain that for the final 8 games of the season, to continue picking up points and putting in performances as we look towards the summer and building for next season.”


Invicta will line up in red and white stripes, with Cray Wanderers lining up in their yellow home kit. 


The sides met just last month at the Alcaline Stadium as the points were sharing in a dramatic 2-2 draw, David Smith and Seidou Sanogo scoring for Invicta before Cray Wanderers pulled level in injury time. 

Invicta are unbeaten in 3 at Hayes Lane, taking 5 points with 2 draws and a win since The Wands promotion to the Isthmian Premier Division in 2019. 

A Jerson Dos Santos double and an injury time winner from Johan ter Horst secured all 3 points for Invicta in August 2019, with Andre Coker scoring twice for Tony Russell’s side

The Opposition

Cray Wanderers currently sit 15th in the Isthmian Premier Division with 45 points from 34 games, 2 places and 6 points above Invicta with 8 games to play. 

Since the sides met last month Neil Smith’s side have picked up 13 points from 7 games, all fixtures coming against sides in the bottom half of the table. 

Anthony Cook, who scored the late equaliser at the Alcaline Stadium, and Gary Lockyer are top scorers with 11 goals each. 

The Venue


Always check rail times/strike action before you travel. 

Bromley South is the closest station to Hayes Lane, services running every hour from Folkestone with a change at Sevenoaks. The walk is approximately 18 minutes but buses will cut down that distance and time. 


Adults £12
Concession (Over 60) £6
Under 16 £6
Students £6