First Team return to Hayes Lane

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The first-team made a return to Hayes Lane on Monday, as they underwent an assessment day.

This was following the end of the ten day isolation period put in place after positive Covid-19 test results in December.

Players and staff were tested on-site from their cars to allow for a full, and safe, return to football for the Ravens. Testing was provided and run by Kent based Go-Tech nursing.

All staff members returned negative results, meaning the team will now report for full training from Tuesday 5th in preparation for Saturday’s home match with Chesterfield.

Saturday’s match will take place behind closed doors meaning Matchday Live will be the only place for your to follow the Ravens’ first game of 2021!


On Tuesday the team were put through their paces in a full training session led by the Management team of Neil Smith, Mark Hammond, Alan Dunne, Andy Little and Ben May.

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