Month: June 2014

KDFC Seniors First Vs Reserves

Kensington Dragons Reserves 4 v 5 Kensington Dragons Firsts – Saturday 10th May

This was the epitome of the phrase ‘a game of two halves’. With both squads having finished the season, availability was limited but the Reserves managed to start the game with 11 men including Director of Football Tony Smith in goal. The First Team fared less well having to start with 10 and manager Miguel De Souza between the sticks.

The First team having never played at Linford Christie Stadium before could be deemed the away side and indeed it was the Reserves who showed the confidence and quality to strike a 4 goal lead in the first half largely thanks to their season top goal scorer El-Habib who, being fed by captain Adam Finch’s through balls, beat De Souza time and again to show the First Team Manager what he’d been missing.

Thankfully at half time the First Team Captain arrived and although injured and planning to watch, wasn’t best pleased to find the Firsts 4-0 down and with 10 men so a quick kit change and reshuffle first from De Souza and then Bhangoo meant the team took to the field with a little more balance.

The game then became hotly contested and the Firsts managed to claw their way back largely through Mkoloma, Bhangoo and Bowler despite the cat like efforts of Tony Smith who pulled off two wonder saves before the First Team, now a man up themselves after Finch withdrew with injury, clinched the victory 4-5 ending an entertaining game for the supporters and a good way for the group to get together and end the season.



Job Vacancy – KDFC Administrator

KDFC Ltd Charity Administrator

Final application date: Midnight Friday 6th June

Kensington Dragons Ltd is a registered charity. The Charity’s objects are to promote community participation of, primarily, children and young people regardless of race, sex, creed, financial means or social and economic circumstances in healthy recreation in particular by the provision of facilities for the playing of association football and other sports capable of improving health and to advance the education of children and young people so that they might grow to maturity as individuals, become responsible members of society and their conditions of life may be improved.

The Charity is seeking an individual to complete administrative tasks to fulfil these objectives and ensure the smooth running of their delivery through Kensington Dragons Football Club.

Closing date for applications is midnight Friday 6th June


Please submit your application by e-mail including your covering letter and C.V. to or if you prefer, send it by post to the Charity Secretary, 90 Clarendon Road, London, W11 2HR. If you have any questions about the recruitment process please send an e-mail to the address above.

Kensington Dragons Ltd is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.