Kings Hill FC have revealed the bulk of their 2020/21 Squad well ahead of a 5th September start for the League.
The Kent County Premier Division side will be looking to compete at the top end of the table once more, following a strong performance last season.
Most of those that have signed for the new campaign have been retained from before alongside a couple of fresh faces to the Club.
Jack A’Court – Left-footed defender that played 15 times for the Club last time. Has previously played for Hollands & Blair and K Sports.
Paul Mancktelow – The midfielder arrives at Kings Hill from Wateringbury FC.
George Hadley – 24 games in the midfield for The Spitfires last season. Can count Hollands & Blair, K Sports and Rochester United as former clubs.
Simon Rayfield – Experienced versatlity player that has previously played for Sittingbourne.
Henry Lovering – The Keeper returns for another season with Kings Hill. Has also played for Gillingham and K Sports.
Harry Balderston – 20 games and 6 goals for the Club last time around. Will continue to add steel wherever chosen in the team.
Bradley Howe – Defender retained from the previous season. Great in the air and a big personality too!
Sam Potter – Versatile and a big prescence in the squad. Played 22 games for the isde last year.
James Stewart – Came through from the Reserves and adds pace and power from an attacking midfield position.
Reece Jenkins – The joker of the team. Great technique and delivery with an eye for a goal.
Dylan Budge – 18 appearances for the Club last season. His dribbling pace and direct play is invaluable to the side.
Lee Armstrong – A converted defender who’s ability to sense danger, and distribute from the back is a major asset. Lee is a huge member of the side & captained Kings Hill on several occasions last year so we’re delighted he has resigned. Lee has played SCEFL for Hollands & Blair pic.twitter.com/C8g4uVhKHp— Kings Hill FC (@KingsHillFC1) July 19, 2020
We are excited to welcome another versatile player to KHFC. Simon is comfortable playing in several positions and is a great signing for us offering experience, superb fitness levels and strong leadership. Simon has experience having previously played for Sittingbourne. pic.twitter.com/OvyY9xTWNK— Kings Hill FC (@KingsHillFC1) July 19, 2020