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KDFC – An FA Charter Standard Development Club

FA Charter Standard Development Club Application – Kensington Dragons F.C We are delighted to announce that after a concerted effort from all the Club officers, managers and coaches KDFC has been awarded FA Charter Standard Development Club status. There are currently 600 Clubs affiliated to Middlesex County FA of which 120 are Charter Standard Clubs and […]

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Tough finale for U15B

The U15 Eagles lost 2-5 to top of division Hayes and Yeading. As the Dragons Manager mused: “Well, at half time we were playing like champions. 2-2 yes, but only thanks to their lucky strike and soft penalty – for this top-of-the-division outfit had been chasing the game from the off. Unable to cope with […]

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Four point weekend for the Eagles

Kensington Dragons U15 Eagles 10 v 3 Willesden Constantine St Gregory’s 3 v 3 Kensington Dragons U15 Eagles It was a weekend of putting things right – and but for the accumulation of a couple more unwanted wrongs, we pretty much got there. Under-manned against both teams earlier this season, we had also under-performed. And […]

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Plucky U15Bs lose away to West Drayton

West Drayton 2 v 1 Kensington Dragons U15B With the team once more diminished by three late no-shows the talk on the bus was of the film “300” in which an indomitable band of plucky Spartans holds off the massed hoards of invading Persians, some two and half thousand years ago. But who knows how […]

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U15B need their whole squad to pull together

Willesden Constantine 5 v 1 Kensington Dragons U15B The floods of February may have floored us, but the rising tides of March had seen our rocky spirits lift. A second place finish now seemed once more within our grasp. Until this Sunday, of course. Already shorn of players, including our leading striker, we lost another […]

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U15B back to full strength

Hanwell Town B 0 v 5 Kensington Dragons U15B It was a morning of happy returns: a first start in a month for our trusty keeper; a first match in four with a full starting 11; and once again a cold dawn drenched in pouring rain. But rather than unsettling, the insistent sense of déjà […]

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The Magnificent Eight earn draw for the Eagles

Kensington Dragons U15 Eagles 3 v 3 Hanwell Town It was the best of games, it was the worst of games. And with six players to show at kick off it also looked to be the very last of games. Then a full back and a striker were spotted on the distant horizon tipping us […]

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U15Bs defy the odds and soar to victory

Kensington Dragons U15B 3 v 1 Forest Utd After the broken arms and broken hearts could we break our recent run of luckless, morbid form? With a thumping away win against our opponents back in the golden days of Autumn, we certainly hoped so. Until two late no-shows saw us down to a far from comforting […]

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Testing times for the U15Bs

Kensington Dragons U15B 2 v 4 St Gregory’s So the rain came down and the goals dried up. Would this be the way we’d recall our season? At 0-4 down in the second half, the home support supposed so. Where were the Titans who bestrode the pitches of west London with verve and fire before […]

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Eagles suffer cup heartache

Hanwell Town 3 v 2 Kensington Dragons U15B League Cup Quarter Final. Well, it was March and we were still in the cup. That we can only put this down to the weather, however, is now something of a sore point. This was a match we could have, should have, and but for three non-footballing […]

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