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Stuart High School’s impending transition to Justice High School, a fundraising committee of parents and alumni announced in a press release on Jan. 18. The school is located at 3301 Peace Valley Lane in Falls Church.

Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) has received $43,207 in private donations so far to support the school’s name change, including $22,900 in a single day from a fundraiser organized on Jan. 6 by the Justice High School Fundraiser Host Committee.

“This level of financial support to fund the name change demonstrates yet again the broad community support for Justice High School and the fight for equity and equality in public schools that the name change represents,” Debbie Ratliff, a committee member and parent of two current Stuart students, said.

Hosted by Alison and Shane Oleson, also parents of current students, at their home in the Lake Barcroft neighborhood, the fundraiser served as a kick off event for the group’s fundraising campaign and attracted more than 100 attendees, including Stuart principal Penny Gros, Mason District School Board representative Sandy Evans, and State Sen. Dick Saslaw (D 35th).

Film and TV producer Bruce Cohen, who graduated from Stuart High School in 1979, was also in attendance and wrote “a very large check,” according to one committee member, who asked not to be identified by name because of his work.

An additional 25 people, including Cohen, made donations with checks.

The intake from that one fundraiser “exceeded expectations,” Ratliff says.

“The feeling among all of us who were there was one of excitement, anticipation, pride,” Stuart area resident and fundraiser committee member Stephen Spitz said of the atmosphere at the event. “There may still be some people who are not happy with this. They have the right to their own views, butwhat I saw happen in our community was totally consistent with the American story, which in the end is one of honoring justice.”

While additional fundraisers have not yet been scheduled, the committee anticipates having more events once the weather gets warmer,
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and a group of parents and Stuart alumni met on Jan. 21 to discuss the possibility of creating an advisory committee with local government officials and business leaders.

The advisory committee would help generate more support from businesses and companies in Northern Virginia, according to the committee member who asked to remain anonymous. Stuart High School’s on July 27, 2017 and approved Justice High School as the facility’s new name on Oct. 26.

However, that initial cost has dropped almost in half, according to the school system’s most recent estimate.

In an implementation plan delivered to the school board during a Dec. 11 work session, FCPS Superintendent Scott Brabrand reported that staff had revised its total estimated cost to be $428,412.

According to FCPS public information officer John Torre, the revised cost is a more precise estimate after staff conducted additional work to confirm school needs and current equipment inventories.

The new estimate includes $10,500 to paint a new logo on the school’s turf field, whereas the previous number had FCPS spending more than $100,000 to replace the entire field. The estimated cost of new band uniforms is also significantly lower than the original projection, dropping from $150,000 to $40,000.

“FCPS staff worked directly with the principal and other school administrators in formulating the revised estimates,” Torre said. “Additional savings may be realized through the actual bidding process.”

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At that time, the school system had received $25,450 in donations, according to the one page business case.

The business case specified that the amount of funds requested from flexibility reserves would be reduced by any future donations received.

Though the school board originally called for the name change to be completed by the 2019 2020 school year, Brabrand successfully urged the board to move the timeline up to the upcoming 2018 2019 school year. Stuart High School will officially become Justice High School on July 1, though Spitz says a rededication ceremony will be held in August closer to the start of the new school year.

In addition to preparing for a new school name, current and prospective Stuart students voted to change the school’s mascot from the Stuart Raiders to the Justice Wolves, Gros announced on Jan. 17. Stuart riding a horseback and carrying a flag that bore the colors of the Confederacy until the image was turned into a silhouette in the 1980s, according to the Justice High School Fundraiser Host Committee.

The selection of a new mascot involved several rounds of voting overseen by school administrators, as the student nominated options narrowed down to the Justice Wolves and the Justice Jayhawks as the top two choices.

More than 1,000 students, including rising ninth graders in the Stuart pyramid, participated in the final round of voting.

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THE council and housing associations in Herefordshire are struggling to find enough affordable homes for low income households, according to new housing data.

In the 12 months up to March 2017, 1,024 families or individuals were placed in social and affordable housing, but hundreds more remain on the waiting list, figures from the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government show. As of April 2017,
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there were still 1,444 applicants waiting for social housing.

Herefordshire is one of the only places in the country where the council made more affordable housing offers to people in 2016/2017 than it did five years ago up by eight per cent 8% from the same period in 2012/2013.

When making housing decisions, councils and housing associations will assess a person’s income, family status and their connection to Herefordshire, as well as other factors.

Two types of rented property are offered in social housing. Social rents are usually no more than 50 per cent of the market rate and are set nationally. Affordable rents are significantly higher generally between 60 per cent and 70 per cent of market rates and are set locally.

In Herefordshire, the majority of new housing offers, 87.3 per cent,
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were for social rent.

Social housing is managed by councils and housing associations, which are independent not for profit companies. Both are failing to build enough new homes to keep up with demand. Figures show that the most common reason for a social home becoming available was because the previous tenant had moved.

In the 12 months to March 2017, 110 new affordable homes were completed in Herefordshire. Just 10 of these were the most affordable homes, let at social rents.

Most of the losses were down to social homes being converted to affordable rent or being sold through Right to Buy, which allows tenants to cheaply purchase their home from the council.

Terrie Alafat, of the Chartered Institute of Housing, said: “For many people on lower incomes,
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the only truly affordable option is social rent. “It is simply unacceptable that we are losing so many of our most affordable homes at a time when more and more people are in need.

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standing along I 70 on the west side of Indianapolis Sunday morning. As the officer slowed to stop for the crash, police say he struck the body of one of the victims in the center lane.

Police believe the victims were standing outside of a passenger car stopped on the side of the interstate when 37 year old Alex Cabrera Gonsales drove a black Ford F 150 onto the emergency shoulder and struck the rear of the car, as well as the victims.

According to police,
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Gonsales fled the scene on foot, but the trooper who discovered the crash apprehended him shortly after on the ramp to Holt Rd.

Police believe Gonsales was intoxicated and was driving without a license. He was transported to the Marion County Jail. Toxicology results are pending.

ISP said it is believed the reason Monroe pulled over is because Jackson became ill. Both were allegedly struck by Gonsales.

Jackson was placed on IR this year before the season started, but played in every game during the 2016 season.

He had 8 starts and recorded 66 tackles.

Jackson was signed by the Arizona Cardinals as an undrafted rookie out of Georgia Southern. On Dec. 8,
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2015, Jackson was signed to the Colts practice squad.

Weather is not believed to be a factor in this crash. The interstate has since been reopened.

The Colts released the following statement regarding Jackson death:

“We were heartbroken to hear the news ofEdwin Jackson passing. Edwin was loved by all in the Colts organization. We admired his outgoing personality, competitive spirit and hard working mentality. He was well respected among all with whom he crossed paths,
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and he will be greatly missed in our locker room and throughout our entire organization. We also understand that another person lost his life in the accident, only adding to our sorrow on this day. We are shocked and saddened by this tragedy, and our thoughts and prayers are with the families of both men during this difficult time.”

Uber released the following statement regarding the tragic loss of life:

“Like so many who are mourning,
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The Allen County Coroner Office later identified the man as 22 year old Tyler James Riddle of Fort Wayne. An autopsy showed Riddle died of Blunt Force Trauma Due to a motor vehicle and pedestrian crash. 33 when he said he passed a vehicle that was stopped on the side of the road. That when the driver said he struck something.

It not clear why the man was in the roadway or if the disabled vehicle was his.

The incident is under investigation.

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At a full Ledbury Town Council meeting on Thursday March 8, where a vote of thanks for Mrs Mitchell’s twenty years of service was approved and taken, some councillors attempted to apportion blame, concerning the clerk’s imminent departure.

Cllr Annette Crowe, not mentioning any of the councillors by name said: “I am disappointed that Karen has felt it necessary to resign because of certain councillors who have made her life unbearable for the past four years. I hope you are really pleased with yourselves?”

Some councillors opposed a named vote to agree a vote of thanks for Mrs Mitchell’s long service: a vote which Ledbury’s mayor, Cllr Elaine Fieldhouse, described as “an act of random kindness”.

Cllr Andrew Harrison, said the vote to hold a named vote was “more like spite”, and he blamed Cllr Crowe for beginning a process, during her time as mayor, which was “not fair” to either Mrs Mitchell or himself.

Looking directly at Cllr Crowe he said: “I blame you.”

At the meeting, Cllr Harrison did not specify the nature of the process he referred to.

Under the named vote, Cllr Harrison voted in favour of the vote of thanks, a motion which was proposed by Cllr Bob Barnes “for the twenty years plus of dedicated service that the clerk has given to this town, and the professional way she has conducted herself.”

All the town councillors present voted for the vote of thanks, under a named vote, except for Cllr Andrew Warmington, Cllr Nick Morris and Cllr Nina Shields, who abstained.

A Judicial Review will take place shortly to look into the processes followed by Ledbury town council in finding two town councillors,
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Cllr Liz Harvey and Cllr Andrew Harrison, guilty of bullying council staff.

The Judicial Review should have taken place on March 1, in Bristol, but was postponed for a later date, due to bad weather.

Cllr Harvey, but not Cllr Harrison, launched a legal process last year which, if the town council loses the legal battle, could feasibly cost the town council around 140,000.

At the meeting of March 8, Cllr Harrison said the town council expenditure for the Judicial Review was already likely to top, 86,000; but this was not confirmed by further comments or debate during the meeting: at least in public session.

The possible costs could be met by the public purse, or could possibly come from insurance.

The procedures that found Cllr Harvey and Cllr Andrew Harrison guilty of bullying staff were under employment law; but a separate Code of Conduct investigation, by Herefordshire Council, found that neither Cllrs Harvey and Harrison had been in breach of the Code, which covers how councillors must treat others.

Ledbury Town Council did not oppose the granting of permission for a judicial review

Mrs Mitchell did not attend the meeting on March 8,
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but it was announced by Cllr Fieldhouse that the clerk would leave at the end of the month and was “looking forward to her new job in a neighbouring town council.”

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Previous Public Office: NoneDid you know?Received his pilot license when he was 14, but hasn’t had time to fly since he was about 21. (“Now, having to drive to Tallahassee all the time, I’m looking into it again!”)Hes not even 30 years old, but Dave Kerners already amassed an impressive array of accomplishments as a police officer, a special prosecutor, and an attorney in private practice, an experience reflected in his agenda for the 2013 legislative session.When Kerner was sworn in as a police officer for the city of Alachua at 19 years old, still under the age when he could legally purchase his own bullets, he was following in the footsteps of his father, who had spent his entire career as an officer in Lake Worth. Kerner joined the force while studying political science at the University of Florida (UF), and credits his interest in the political process to his family background.Ive always been involved in public service, since my father was a career police officer, Kerner tells Sunshine State News. Growing up,
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I was always involved in the community as a teenager he became a Democratic activist and at one point even joined the Civil Air Patrol at Lantana Airport, becoming a cadet commander and public service just became a passion for me.When he graduated from UF in 2006 he worked night patrol while going to school during the day, often studying in his patrol car when there was little else to do his department and the city of Alachua Chamber of Commerce named him Police Officer of the Year.” Kerner was the youngest officer to ever receive that distinction.But I think in the back of my mind I always wanted to be an attorney, Kerner tells the News, as he recounts an evening when, while perusing the shelves at a local bookstore while patrolling the night shift, he came across a Law School Admission Test (LSAT) practice manual.I just started going through it, and decided to take the test, he says. I said if I can get into UFs law school, thatd be the only reason I would leave the police force.After graduating law school, he continued to serve as a volunteer police officer, even while he was working as a special prosecutor for the Palm Beach County state attorneys office. He works in private practice now, and his extensive criminal justice background was recognized by House Speaker Will Weatherford when he appointed Kerner to his top three committee requests: the Judiciary Committee and the subcommittees on Criminal Justice and Justice Appropriations.Describing himself as ecstatic over the appointments, Kerner shared with the News an ambitious legislative agenda, beginning with HB 7005 (Massage Establishments),
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a bill originally sponsored by the Criminal Justice Subcommittee but which chairman Matt Gaetz, R Fort Walton Beach, placed Kerner in charge of shepherding through the legislative process. It is the first bill of the 2013 session to have passed a House committee.Another bill Kerner has filed, HB 361 (Public Meetings/Criminal Justice Commissions), modifies Floridas Sunshine Law to exempt communications from certain members of county level criminal justice commissions [CJC]. Kerner assures the News hes no foe of government transparency, but says the current laws are having an unintended chilling effect on the ability of public officials to collaborate on law enforcement related issues. But simply by being a member of this [criminal justice] commission, they can no longer have this exchange of dialogue.Kerner says his proposed exemptions would allow public elected officials to be able to talk with each other without having to [notify the public of] every conversation, just like it happens in every other county.Kerner tells the News hes working on a bill with Sen. Joseph Abruzzo, D Wellington, which would strip convicted rapists of any parental claim they have to children born of rape. That bill is expected to be filed, in both chambers, in the coming weeks.Finally, Kerner shares what he calls his pet project, albeit one hes not sure whether hell be able to advance this legislative session: a constitutional amendment, put before the voters,
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Bro Delia first met her half brother at a karaoke bar where he stole her first drink and had it himself. He claimed to have been saving her from a life of misery, it might be true but it only worked for a few months. He’s a great dancer and an even better singer (according to his youngest sibling). When she got lost, she spent enough time in his head to discover that he isn’t what he seems on the outside. He’s afraid and closed himself off from relationships, especially to women because he’s just afraid of losing them.

He took care of her and gave her the first home she’s had since going on the run when she came out of her coma. He gave her everything, including a leash. His overprotective side caused more than one fight while she was living under his roof, acting more like a father to her than she’s had in a long time. After he manifested and gave himself up, she had to leave resulting in more than one decision that’s caused a permanent rift between them.

Brad’s ability terrifies her due to its violent nature but he’s got a good head on his shoulders, even though his little sister often cares for people that he thinks she shouldn’t. The fact that he wrote her off so easily stings, a lot.

PITA Lucille and Delia have a long history of sibling rivalry, though most of it was one sided. According to Delia, Lucille’s always been the better of the two Ryans sisters, something that’s held onto with a little bit of resentment. They’ve competed for everything growing up and when Lucille got a modeling contract went away to Europe, leaving Delia behind, things never went back to the way they were or even how they should have been. To Delia, Lucille is something like that inconvenient aunt that comes around when you least expect it and stays much longer than she’s welcome. It’s unfortunate and even with the caring that her older sister tries to show, Delia just doesn’t trust her to pick up and leave again.

Lucile might be one of the only people in Delia’s life that isn’t offered chance after chance of redemption, something that’s not really fair to the woman but given their circumstances and Lucille’s instability, the redhead just doesn’t know how to deal with her. They’re sisters though, so no matter what, Delia knows Lucille is there for her and she’ll be there for Lucille.

Daddy When she was a child, Delia’s entire world revolved around her father. As a teen he was one her universe, especially since her mother’s death. For the years between Mary’s death and Ben returning to the company, Delia stuck to him like glue. One attempt to live on her own resulted in Ben coming to get her in the middle of her first night and bring her back to Queens in tears. She lived with him until he moved out of their apartment in Gun Hill, still he was only a few floors away. Anytime she needed him, he was just downstairs most of the time.

Benjamin is reckless and seems to skirt the line between life and death a little too often for Delia’s taste. Since the riots, they’ve grown farther and farther apart if only because she isn’t able to see him as often as she would like. His new position with the Ferry as co head of Special Operations takes him away more than his job at the company ever did. Still, she’ll do anything for him, even sell herself to keep him safe. While there have been rocky times between them, she wants to live up to all of his expectations for her and then some. Hopefully he can live up to hers.

Babysitter Brian and Delia first met just before the riots when he was drunk and shooting at things that weren’t her. Good thing because Delia can’t phase like Brian’s girlfriend can. She got drunk for the very first time with him and they tried mountain climbing up the stairs of the orphanarium that the replicator (former replicator?) runs.

While she was lost in dreams, Brian spent a lot of time taking care of Delia’s body and using his clones to try to find her. He was on constant vigil for weeks, something that no one else could have (or maybe even would have) done for her. After she woke up again, he stayed, kept taking care of her, and appointed himself her physical therapist and speech coach. He was frustrating at times but he got the job done.

Though he occasionally holds what he did for her over her head, Delia never begrudges it and genuinely appreciates his personal sacrifice. Unfortunately they have disagreed when it comes to her support of some people and she’s too bull headed to change.

King of All Logan and Delia met when she was searching for fake registration. Her search ended badly, but she never blamed Logan for it, how could an accident like that be organized by someone so kind? Fact of the matter is, she reveres the man. His confidence and demeanor toward Delia has elevated him onto a pedestal, even if it’s safer to keep him at arm’s length.

When faced with horrifying stories about what he’s done,
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Delia either couldn’t or wouldn’t believe a word and even defended him to the point of pushing away a number of people she cares for. It wasn’t until she was forced to watch a memory in a dream that Mister Logan fell from the angelic status that she promoted him to. Still, she went back and offered her ability to use at his leisure in order to spare her father the price of a favor.

There are two very attractive qualities about Mister Logan (aside from his good looks) that draw Delia to him. He has a wonderful smell and an even more wonderful dog.

?!? Nick considers himself an anti hero. Delia considers him a hero. Although, in his heroics she became an anti hero. She didn’t leave his dreams when he requested it, she didn’t feel badly about the invasion until taken away from him by Dema. It was during a lesson in etiquette that she found out that what she did is quite possibly the most heinous way to violate a person. Essentially mind rape. Though Nick has forgiven her and invited her back whenever she feels safe to do so, she’s uncertain if it’s because she ingrained herself onto him or if he’s really welcoming her back.

Still, having spent so much time floating around Nick’s brain, Delia has developed an innate attachment to him. He kept her alive, it was with him that she found out for the first time that she wouldn’t die or just disappear if her dreamer woke up. Nick held her and brought her back to her body, unfortunately by the time he was able to sleep, she’d built her home inside of him and couldn’t find herself again even though he was sleeping right beside her.

Since that time, he’s shared things with her that he’s never told anyone else, things that have her conflicted about her own feelings toward him. She’s settled into a friend mode and is content to dwell there.

8D The first time Delia met Eileen, she was painting an apartment in Gun Hill for her father, the new handyman. The Ferry councilwoman placed Delia in charge of the Gun Hill Clinic that was formerly occupied by Dr. Knutsen. Not wanting to let the other woman down, Delia worked all hours, whenever she was needed or called for. As time went on, it seemed that Eileen placed more and more trust in Delia in the form of tasks and little jobs.

It wasn’t until Delia was lost that she found out that Eileen and Nick are actually brother and sister which makes her feel even closer to the other woman. Eileen has proven herself a trustworthy friend and mentor. She has a gentle way about her that Delia both appreciates and values. Further, Delia appreciates Eileen’s leadership and guidance. In many respects Delia is envious of the other young woman, she’s so dainty, sweet, and petite while Delia is not any of those things.

Eileen has been a great inspiration to Delia, especially in one aspect: The club she formed with Samara.

The Lioness Huruma has worked as a bridge in Delia’s relationship with her father. Huruma has a near nurturing attitude towards Delia, leaving the dark skinned woman as something of a maternal figure in the redhead’s life.

Virtuoso Sable is a musician and wants to bring out Delia’s rebellious side. Still, she seems like really good people. She wants the redhead to go through her dreams and while not completely opposed to the practice, Delia was hesitant to do it before she’s found an anchor. After seeing Sable in her dreams Hokuto’s wisdom took root, it would be very easy to get lost in the eccentric musician.

Bestie Rooftops are just good places to meet overall. Tasha and Delia struck an unlikely friendship on one. They have a lot in common, fathers that are work obsessed and Delia admires Tasha’s very much. They’ve become close, though after November 8th they haven’t seen as much of each other as Delia would like. One collision later he managed to ease her fears that he’s a creeper. She visited him in a dream and found out that he considers himself a guardian of sorts to Mister Logan. Months later, happy circumstance had them running into each other again on the outskirts of Midtown where he tried to stop her from committing suicide (she wasn’t really).

He stayed up all night with her at the Corinthian, really he stayed up and watched over her. He helped her run when she got scared and brought her home to Nick’s place (much to Nick’s surprise). The three of them became room mates in a tiny studio apartment; good thing Nick is never home or else Delia and Toru would never get any girltalk done.

Together they eat fruity pebbles, paint doc martens, and watch cartoons. They talk about their future ambitions and confide the most basic of dreams. Romance doesn’t enter the picture.

A visit back in time fixed Jaiden into Delia’s life as an important figure. He was her rock in a lot of respects. They loved each other, looked out for each other and tried their hardest to support each other. Even while she was sleeping for so long he was there for her. Unfortunately a rift grew between them during that time and her feelings for him changed. She cheated on him before she woke up by developing feelings for another man, feelings that continued to grow after she woke up. She broke things off but he was the bigger person and left the door open for her return.

Step Monster? Lynette and Delia have a rather tenuous relationship. Having expressed interest in Delia’s father, Lynette had become somewhat of a pariah in Delia’s eyes. Further, Lynette’s addictions issues adds to the tension.

The New Girl Quinn and Delia met when they were colleagues at Ichihara Bookstore. Within the bookstore the pair struck a friendship. Soon, under the ferry they bonded further. It seems there were more people combating the fascist government than Delia had thought.
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ALLAN TAIT, the striker who played a key role in Deal Town revival last season,
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Tait, who was under contract with Deal until the end of next season,
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But the deal includes a sell on clause under which Deal will receive 30 per cent of any transfer fee that Folkestone may receive for the 20 year old former Tottenham youth striker in the future.

Tait, who scored 32 goals in 29 appearances for Deal last season and finished as the Kent League top scorer,
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has signed a two year contract with Folkestone. Bryant said: could have got more money for Allan from one or two other clubs who were interested him.

“One was a Dr Martens League Eastern Division side but Allan wanted to try a higher level than that. Gravesend Northfleet (newly promoted to the Conference) also wanted to take him but initially only on a trial basis, and that wasn any good to me because I wanted to get everything done and dusted before next season.

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ALLAN TAIT, the striker who played a key role in Deal Town revival last season, has joined Dr Martens League Premier Division side Folkestone Invicta.

Tait, who was under contract with Deal until the end of next season,
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FOLKESTONE Invicta came back with a highly creditable point from league leaders Tamworth in front of an expectant 955 crowd at the Lamb Ground.

Striker Nicky Dent scored Invicta’s equaliser in the 54th minute after Darren Roberts had given Tamworth the lead after eight minutes. The statistics were against Neil Cugley’s side going into the game as Tamworth topped the table and boasted the only unbeaten home record in the Dr Martens League.

The Lambs had the best defensive record in the Premier Division and were the second highest goalscorers. The first half followed the above script as the home side had all the chances.

But they did not make the most of their ascendancy, attacking down the slope, and ultimately paid the price for not putting the game beyond Invicta’s reach during that opening period. It was a different story after the interval as Invicta gave a much better account of themselves and could even have won the game.

Striker Roberts gave Tamworth their early lead when David Foy played the ball across from right to left, and Roberts wrong footed centre half Scott Daniels before drilling a low shot into the net. Roberts was close again after 13 minutes when his shot was deflected for a corner after the ball was played to him down the right hand channel.

Invicta offered little as an attacking threat during the first half, and lost Lee McRobert with a knee injury after 31 minutes which gave a chance to third striker John Ayling.

Lee Wilson failed to connect when Roberts was given on side down the left and crossed into the middle for Tamworth. It took Invicta only five minutes to threaten after the re start as James Virgo chipped over when James Dryden played the ball to him.

And three minutes later the scores were level as captain Danny Chapman played the ball forward. Dryden won possession and his shot across goal was parried by goalkeeper Darren Action into the path of Dent, who tapped the rebound home.

It was the striker’s first goal since November, but takes him clear as Invicta’s Premier Division goalscorer so far this season. The visitors were almost ahead just three minutes later when Dryden went round goalkeeper Action after a great ball over the home defence from Anthony Henry, only for defender Mark Turner to somehow get back and clear off the line.

Wilson shot over for Tamworth when Rob Warner’s throw in from the right fell to him inside the box after 61 minutes. And there was a real scare for Invicta after 66 minutes, when substitute Scott Rickards lobbed the stranded Dave Wietecha, but the ball hit the top of the crossbar and ended up on the roof of the net.

But Invicta threatened to turn the game around again after 70 minutes, when Ayling shot just wide of the far post after exchanging passes with Dryden. Ayling was then denied by goalkeeper Action when the Tamworth defence failed to clear after 77 minutes.

The home side had chances to win it themselves as Invicta substitute Steve Hogg made a heroic goal line clearance from Rickards after 80 minutes when Turner went through and the ball bobbled ominously inside the Invicta box. And Wietecha came to Invicta’s rescue after 83 minutes with a brilliant save to keep out a header from substitute Mark Hallam.

Folkestone Invicta: Wietecha, Morris (S Hogg 62 mins), Virgo, D Larkin, Daniels, McRobert (Ayling 31 mins), Chandler, Chapman, Dryden, Dent, Henry. Unused sub: Towse.
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