Charlton in the hunt for league grand slam of trophies

Action from Brighton v Charlton Athletic, March 1 2015 (Photo: Geoff Penn/BHA)

Charlton’s first team could still win the Premier League, while their reserves and development sides are in the running for their respective titles (Photo: Geoff Penn/BHAFC)

Charlton Athletic are in the running for an extraordinary haul of trophies, with all three of their sides in with a chance of league titles or promotion – and with the first team still in four cup competitions. Continue reading

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Familiar rivals battle it out for Kent County Cup

Charlton Athletic Reserves v Gillingham, Gallagher Stadium, Maidstone, April 10, 7.45pm

Gillingham celebrate scoring against Preston North End on March 16 2014 (Photo: Julian Hart)

Gillingham are favourites but will not take Charlton Reserves lightly (Photo: Julian Hart)

The identity of this year’s Kent Women’s Cup winners won’t prove too much of a surprise. It will either be Gillingham or Charlton Athletic Reserves – for the umpteenth time.

The area’s top two clubs have dominated the competition, winning six of the last nine finals between them.

In fact, add Millwall Lionesses’ three wins and you’ve got all the competition’s cup holders for theĀ entire decade. Continue reading