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Joe Taylor leaves friend and foe alike behind him to tuck in the first of his two goals that finally sunk Kingstonian at the Fullicks Stadium. And despite only being on the pitch for 15 minutes at the most, it was enough for supporter Keith Dobson to name the striker as Invicta's Man of the Match! Picture by DAVE SHACKLE



Substitute Joe Taylor produced a remarkable cameo appearance with two goals in the last 11 minutes that took Invicta up to third in the Bostik Premier Division, now level on points with moneybags Billericay and Margate - and ahead of our Kent rivals on goal difference.

Both of those sides have games in hand on Neil Cugley's men, but let's enjoy the feeling while we can, eh?

And at this moment Folkestone are the leading goalscorers in the division with 80 goals - two ahead of Billericay and three in front of play-off rivals Staines Town.

Invicta made all the early running as they again took the game to their opposition, as they do. 

Ks' keeper Rob Tolfrey clipped Johan Ter Horst outside the penalty area to earn a yellow card from refereee Simon Finnigan when many felt he was lucky to stay on the park and Ter Horst was clearly fouled on the byline as he cut in from the left later in the opening half for what was surely a penalty on most days.

Key mdfielder Sam Hasler (right) went close with a terrific free-kick and had one of his better games for sometime, but it took until three minutes before the break before Folkestone broke the deadlock when Ian Draycott found Ter Horst on the right and was in the right place at the right moment when the low cross left him with a tap-in from barely a yard out.

Kingston huffed and puffed without really getting anywhere but it was not untill Taylor replaced the again hard working but luckless Ade Yusuff 13 minutes from time that things started happening and Invicta made the three points safe.

Taylor scored with what may have been his first touch just seconds after his arrival and pounced on what looked like a dreadful mistake by the goalkeeper to seal victory with his second goal of the game and thirteenth of what has been a strange sort of season for a player who was the club's leading goalscorer last season.

This was only the second clean sheet in quite some while for Tim Roberts and his defenders - led once again by the excellent Callum Davies.

But when your side is banging them in at a rate of knots at the other end of the field, who really worries too much about that!

Invicta: Roberts; Vincent, Blanks, Dolan, Davies, Hasler, Ter Horst, Aboagye, Draycott, Yusuff (Taylor 77), McCann.

Subs not used; Newman, Wright, Madden, Coleman

Referee: Simon Finnigan

Attendance: 321