Isthmian South East:
The injury-stricken Rams will be looking to bounce back from their midweek defeat at title hopefuls East Grinstead Town, which dropped them down the table to 15th place. Three Bridges appeared to be heading for their first win of the season on Tuesday against Whitstable Town. The Bridges led going in to injury time but a late goal from former Ram Aaron Milbank was added to by Muhammed Cham and resulted in the Oyster Boys returning to Kent with all three points.
Adult — £10.00
Concessions — £5.00
Under 18s — £3
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Tickets will also be available on the gate from 1.30.
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We’ve met before:
Having never played each other in nearly 90 years of both club’s existence, The Rams and Bridges first locked horns in The FA Vase in 1987. Having thrashed Portfield, who went on to become Chichester City United, in the Preliminary Round 5-0 Ramsgate made light work of todays opponents, winning 3-0.The road to Wembley ended in the Second Round when we were defeated 2-0 at home to Whyteleafe.
The following season match the two clubs again at the same stage of the competition, but Ramsgate didn’t have things so easy. A 1-1 draw at Jubilee Field and a 0-0 at Southwood Stadium resulted in a second replay being required. This time it was Bridges who progressed with a 2-0 win at the Prices Road ground.
Rory Smith, Charlie Meade and Roman Campbell will still be unavailable for Ramsgate up top as they continue their recovery. Matt Longhurst’s options were bolstered by the return of Ashley Miller who had not played since being kicked at Kingstonian six weeks ago. Lee Prescott also missed Tuesday’s match against The Wasps and Jerald Aboagye left the field with an injury late on.
Legend Peter Hansen will be the first Ram to be inducted into the hall of fame. Peter played for The Rams between 1987 and 2002.
The presentation will take place at around 2:50 so please enter the ground early and show your appreciation.
Honours won by Hansen include:
Kent League: 1998/99
Kent League Cup: 1992/93, 1993/94, 1994/95, 2000/01
Kent Senior Trophy: 1987/88, 1998/99
Kent League Charity Shield: 1994, 1995, 1997
There will be three matches of teams from our youth section on the main pitch prior to the big match. Your support would be strongly welcomed!
Ramsgate U10s v Herne Bay Wanderers U10s: Two exceptionally good teams go head to head with Ramsgate managed by Brian Wickens
Ramsgate Womens U9 v Castle Colts U9s: The young women’s team take on their counterparts from Maidstone
Ramsgate U8’s v ??????? : John Wagland’s young side take on