We came of age at Glebe on Tuesday night and the team full of ex-Kent County players and youth were outstanding, hails APM Contrast boss Kris Browning
APM CONTRAST manager Kris Browning says his side came of age during their 2-1 win at third-placed Glebe on Tuesday night.
The Aylesford-based club, who will be controversially changing their name to K Sports next season, claimed victory in Chislehurst thanks to goals from Caine Smith and Ed Morant, who have scored 19 goals and 15 goals respectively.
APM Contrast travel to ninth-placed Gravesham Borough tomorrow sitting in fifth-place on their debut season in the Pain & Glory Sports Kent Invicta League, having won 17 games, drawn seven and lost eight.
“We go into tomorrow’s game expecting another tough encounter,” said Bristol-born Browning.
“I have done battle with Kevin Hakes’ teams on many occasions and they are always well-organised and tough to play against.
“But we go there in great confidence after winning at Glebe on Tuesday night, making it 13 games unbeaten in the league, winning 11 and drawing two.
“We came of age on Tuesday night and the team full of ex-Kent County players and youth were outstanding.
“We have played and took points of clubs with very good player budgets and then have to turn round to our players and ask for £10 subs.
“But the joint chairmen have got us in a good position for next season and subs won’t happen and with the massive development going on at the ground the future looks very good for us.”
Browning’s men have six league games left to play and the manager is looking to finish in a strong position.
“I would hope for a top eight finish this season and improve on it next season but again we have had a great first season and have gained great experience.
“We’ve still got some tough games to go but we are loving it!”
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Gravesham Borough v APM Contrast
Pain & Glory Sports Kent Invicta League
Saturday 9th April 2016
Kick Off 3:00pm
at Rede Court Road, Strood, Kent ME2 3TU