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SNODLAND Town Football Club's annual tour- nament was a huge success, with 148 teams from the South East taking part at Potyns Sports Ground. Sports minister and local MP, Tracey Crouch,


said: "It was great to give my support to the Snodland tournament. I can definitely see some real talent developing here and it was great to see somany enthusiastic young players taking part in such awell-organised and funweekend." Barry Dunn, head of academy recruitment at Millwall Football Club, praised the organisers and said he and his staff thoroughly enjoyed the weekend. Dave Jeal, the club's CEO, thanked everyone


for all their work. “The weekend was a massive success with 148 teams participating, up from 138 last year,"


A CRAFT day at Snodland Com- munity Centre raised £500 for Quercus Theatre Group, a charity based in Maidstone. Quercus is a group for adults


with learning and physical disabili- ties to promote talent and achieve- ment through drama. It meets at Maidstone Community Centre. Fernlace Craft Day was run by a


group of 17 ladies who enjoy crafts such as lace-making, tatting, quilt- ing, knitting and crochet. Member Angela Hadfield said:


Local news for Snodland and Halling Soccer tournament a growing success


work into providing such a great weekend's football. "We are already planning next year and we


The Under 15s team from Snodland Town


he said. "The numbers keep growing. We had some positive feedback on our facilities, in- cluding the new pitches. "Some teams were saying it's the best tour- nament they have ever been to which is a com- pliment to all the managers, committee members and friends who put so much hard


would like to include a girls competition." Results: Under 7s and 8s are non-competitive and all players receivedmedals. Under 9s Sittingbourne Purple 1 Snodland Town 0; Under 10s Park Regis 4 Bredhurst 2; Under 11s Holtwood 3 Hempstead Valley 2; Under 12s Averley 5 Phoenix 4 (penalties); Under 13s Snodland Nomads 5 Aylesford Royals 4 (penalties); Under 14s Sevenoaks Town B 1 Taviot Rangers 0; Under 15s/16s Snodland Town U15s 2 Sittingbourne A1 (penalties); Men’s EastMalling 1 FC Revolu- tion 0; Vets Sixmania (Snodland Town) 1 Holt- wood B 0.


Crafty ladies raise cash for drama group China move


raise funds for local charities." Donated items were sold on a second-hand stall and a talk about "Textile tools found in Kent" was given by Jen Jackson. Angela added. "We were also


"Some years ago the group de- cided to hold a craft day where people come together for a day of craft, chat, tea and cake. We also


able to present the 1st Snodland Scout Group with a cheque to- wards the cost of their new build- ing. The Scout group always helps us with the craft day, setting up and loaning any equipment we need." For details call Angela on 01634 241910.


CHINA Chaps, the tableware specialist in Holborough Road, hasmoved to the Savoy Snooker Hall in the High Street. Town Talk reported the pro- posed move in the April issue. The hall was opened as theWar- dona Cinema in 1938 before be- coming a snooker club. Mickey Perry, who owns China Chaps, said the move had been successful and the building in Holborough Road would be put up for sale in the near future.


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