Date: Friday 3 April, 2015
Time: 2.30pm kick-off
Venue: Sevenoaks Town FC, Greatness Park, Sevenoaks, Kent
Referee: Ray Perry
Date: Saturday 28 March, 2015
Time: 2.00pm kick-off
Venue: Wrotham School 3G, Borough Green Road, Wrotham, Kent
Sevenoaks Town U21 1 Ide Hill 6
Sevenoaks Senior Charity Cup Semi-final
Ide Hill rose to the challenge at Greatness Park on Tuesday evening to make it through to their third appearance in as many years in the Sevenoaks Senior Charity Cup Final. The current holders saw off Sevenoaks Town U21's, a team that has been widely criticised for signing players from other local clubs just for the purposes of this cup competition, with goals from Tom Wright (2), George Kensell (2), Columb Grant and Charlie James.
The win means Ide Hill will travel back to Greatness Park in Sevenoaks on Good Friday afternoon for a 2.30pm kick off versus local rivals Halstead United.
Previous meetings between the clubs would suggest this will be a cup final of epic proportions, so please come on down and support us if you can. There will be a small charge for entry to the ground but please do not let that deter you from supporting your club! Full match report to follow soon.
Park Regis 1 Ide Hill 4
Ide Hill’s win moves them to mid-table position in the league and with games in hand they are well placed to push for a top three finish. Their assured performance drove them to victory but the deciding factor was the discipline they showed as Park Regis’ intimidating tactics and lack of respect for the officials resulting in bookings and two dismissals.
Park Regis scored first as Ide Hill’s defence was caught flat-footed and after 20 minutes they were behind. However, from the start Ide Hill’s free flowing football, with plenty of possession and good passing always looked like it would overcome the more brutal tactics of their opponents.
Monday 16 March, 2015
Ide Hill FC are organising a Race Night at the Halfway House in Sevenoaks on Easter Sunday, April 5th. Everyone is welcome, so please let all your friends and family know about this fantastic evening of entertainment. There will be 6 races starting at 7.00pm and you get to own your horse and be a jockey! What better way to spend Easter Sunday evening?
For further information, please contact Keith McGinn at email@example.com, and he will be happy to answer any questions you may have. All profits raised on the evening will be donated evenly between The Evelina Childrens Hospital and Ide Hill FC.
Deal Community Sports 2 Ide Hill 3
Ide Hill’s league form continued with a win that should have been by a greater margin. The game stated at a high tempo with chances falling to both sides in the first 20 minutes but none were converted.
In central midfield Ide Hill’s recent signing John-Connor MacDonald played aggressively alongside George Kensell. They linked well with the defensive line-up of Philip Alteirac, Charlie Rob James. Craig Holder and Rob Piper who pressed higher than usual to good effect.
As the dominated the forwards benefited and their creative flair saw Ide Hill take a two goal lead. Striker Matt Bunn made no mistake with an astute finish and Shaun Boyle’s trademark wing play afforded him enough space to deliver a sublime ball across goal to be met on the half volley by the technically gifted Columb Grant.
March 6, 2015
It is our pleasure to announce that the Rt Hon Michael Fallon MP, the Defence Secretary and MP for Sevenoaks, has accepted our invitation to attend the opening ceremony of the Clubhouse in early May.
Mr Fallon will of course be very busy at this time canvassing for the general election, however he has been dedicated to our clubhouse project since day one (see photo at the bottom of the page) and we are honoured to have him come join us once more for our big day. Further information on the grand opening will follow soon.
Tuesday 3 March, 2015
The Ide Hill Football Club Presentation evening will be taking place once again at Nizels Golf & Country Club in Hildenborough. Please note that the date has now been confirmed as Saturday 27 June. This year's event will be a more relaxed evening with a buffet. All payers, their family and firends are encouraged to come along.
The cost of the evening is yet to be decided. All tickets must be bought and paid for in advance, so if you wish to come then you will need to secure a ticket. We will not be accepting payment on the evening.
Monday 2 March, 2015
The Newcastle tour is planned for the weekend of June 19-21, 2015.
The cost will again be in the region of £185.00 which includes the normal luxurious Hilton Hotel and the wonderful Leyton Orient FC first team coach. The itinerary we will be the same as 2014 with a late pub lunch at the normal Doncaster location on the way up on the Friday. Everybody who wants a run out will play. The disabled or drunk that don't, will be left in peace but you will be expected to go to the game. We leave Newcastle for the return journey home at 12.00pm on Sunday.
Ide Hill FC were formed in 1923 and became an affiliated member of the FA in 1924, and this year we are celebrating the club's 90th anniversary. The football club's home pitch is located behind The Cock Inn pub in the picturesque village of Ide Hill and is reported to be the highest football pitch in Kent. Read more
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