Our last two cup finals of the season are coming up this weekend with teams looking to stake their claim in Kent football history.
DFDS Kent Junior C Cup Final (11am kickoff)
This Saturday's first final will see Woodnesborough FC take on Bocca Juniors FC. Let's find out how the managers feel ahead of this game.
Woodnesborough Manager Daniel Stringer said: "As we approach Saturday's final, I can only look back in admiration at all of my team as we search for an unprecedented triple trophy-winning season. The boys will leave everything they have on that pitch on Saturday."
Club Chairman of Borra Juniors, Ryan Prior added: "Having recently won our first trophy together, I can say that winning feels slightly better with your closest friends! The boys have all worked hard and given everything to be in our current position, and I can guarantee that when the Cup final kicks off, we will do so again, hoping to get our hands on the trophy. We haven't had an official manager all season, so reaching the Kent Cup Final is an incredible achievement."
We look forward to the final and wish both teams luck this Saturday.
DFDS Kent Junior A Cup Final (3pm kickoff)
The last Kent Cup Final of the 2022/23 season sees Littlebourne FC take on Orpington for the DFDS Kent Junior A Cup Final. We met with the managers to determine their feelings about reaching the final.
Littlebourne Manger, Shaun Loomer, said: "We have had a fantastic Kent Cup campaign, beating some very good sides along the way. It has been quite a turbulent ride in this year's run to the final, but to say these lads never know when to give up is an understatement. This year has seen us graced with a few home ties, but no matter where we play, we are backed by the best fans around at this level."
So how are Orpington feeling ahead of the Final this Saturday?
"I've been at the club for ten years now and cannot remember our first team reaching a cup final, so to do it by going away to Falconwood, a team who hadn't lost a game for 18 months, shows how good we are on our day," Orpington Manger, Steve Tindle, said.
"These cup games have brought out the best of us, and I fully expect us to step up to another level on Saturday. The team put in a lot of hard work in training this season with the support of our reserve team, and battled for each other through every minute of our matches. We want to win this for everyone involved and give them something that makes them proud to be a part of Orpington FC."
This promises to be another exciting Final. Good luck to both Littlebourne and Orpington.
We would like to thank our County Cup Partner, DFDS, for their incredible support for the grassroots game in Kent.
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