Quins have mixed luck in search for success
THERE were mixed fortunes for Faversham Harlequins FC as they continued their pursuit of silverware.
Despite being cheered on by around 100 Faversham supporters in their Kent Cup final against Gillingham Green, Harlequins lost out 2-1.
They fell behind after just five minutes from a free kick and were two down on the quarter hour mark.
From that point on, however, Faversham dominated with Lee Pankhurst, Rob Beazleigh, Shoesy Mills and Jack Cook all going close.
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Green were a physical side and should have had at least two players sent off, but it was Craig Preston who got his marching orders for a second yellow in injury time.
Mills pulled a goal back with a fine header on 84 minutes but an equaliser just wouldn't come, despite a parade of corners.
But there was better news for Harlequins on Monday when they beat Charing 7-0 to lift the Rose Bowl at their first time of trying.
Faversham's goals came from Sam Croucher, Craig Preston, with two, Nicky Scott, Shoesy Mills, Lee Pankhurst and Leon Brabon.
Harlequins, who faced Snowdown last night (Wednesday) in the final of the Faversham Charity Cup, take on Monument Eagles this Friday in the final of the Challenge Trophy.
The match, which takes place the Shepherd Neame Stadium, kicks-off at 7.30pm.