It was a successful round of results for all three squads recently.

Squad One reacted well to last week’s disappointing cup defeat against Eastleigh, coming from a goal down to beat Dartford 3-1 away from home.

Strikes from Harrison Kempston, Rolando Onu and an own goal sealed victory for the young Whites.

Academy manager Sandmann said on the win: “I thought we played ok in the first half, but we lacked that quality needed in the final third.  In the second half I feel we showed real intent in our play and caused Dartford a lot of problems.

“We limited them to very few chances and outworked them which was really pleasing to see. Dartford are a good team and you can see why they are up at the top, but all credit to our players today.”

Elsewhere, Squad Two made it three unbeaten as they beat Burgess Hill 4-1 at home.

Sandmann said: “It was another impressive display from the boys and I’m pleased that their hard work is now finally paying off.”

Meanwhile, the Development Squad also impressed as they continued on from last week’s 6-5 win against Halley to reach the final of the Kent Schools Academy League Cup, by beating Harris Academy 3-0.

A special mention also to Charlie Meade who scored on his debut for Ramsgate on Tuesday night in their 4-0 Kent Senior Cup win against Ebbsfleet United.

About the academy player, Sandmann added: “Charlie is gaining some valuable experience at senior football and we look forward to seeing more goals from him in the future.”