Saturday 19th December
Ide Hill v East Kent College (KO 14:45)
Ide Hill Res v Southborough Res (KO 14:00)
First team turn tables against APM Contrast following recent defeat
Ide Hill were almost unrecognisable from the recent defeat to this weekend's opposition as they played a fluid passing game from defence to attack, creating chances regularly and remaining resolute at the back.
The pick of the goals came from central midfielder Craig Jackson with a dipping first time drive struck from outside the box.
In a noteworthy defensive performance captain Phil Alteirac, suffering from flu this week, stood out for his reading of the game - ceasing the visitor's moves before they gained momentum.
Hill's 14 man squad was their best of the season with a well established starting 11 and most bases covered on the bench. This was reflected by a performance described by Hill's management as the most impressive so far this season.
A full report will be available in the websites Match Centre shortly.
IHFC Reserves were unlucky to see a point slip away in the final moments of this weekend's match as the home side scored very late on to negate a fantastic equaliser from Julian Carvey.
A full report is available now in the websites Match Centre.
The Ide Hill Magpies have received brand new sports jackets courtesy of Nigel Hill at Clearwater Marine Services.
Ide Hill FC's next generation of superstars can be seen in the accompanying photo showing off their new coats which come in good time as the colder weather arrives with some rainy match days ahead.
The club wishes to thank Nigel and Clearwater Marine Services for their generous support.
Ide Hill FC are a charter standard club who play in the Kent County League and the Sevenoaks & District League. They were formed in 1923 and became an affiliated member of the FA in 1924. 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