Kennoy to boss Hitchin's second string
PUBLISHED: 18:55 03 June 2008 | UPDATED: 21:34 26 October 2009
CODICOTE manager Dan Kennoy will also help run Hitchin Town s new reserve team next season. The Canaries second string is looking to enter into the Capital Football League, competing against the likes of Ware, Boreham Wood, Hemel Hempstead, St Albans Ci
CODICOTE manager Dan Kennoy will also help run Hitchin Town's new reserve team next season.
The Canaries' second string is looking to enter into the Capital Football League, competing against the likes of Ware, Boreham Wood, Hemel Hempstead, St Albans City and Harlow Town.
Kennoy said: "It's a great opportunity for me to test myself at the next level in management terms.
"I was quoted as saying I'd like to help players at Codicote progress further with their football when I took over as manager.
"With this opportunity I'll be able to realistically give players that are good enough a shot at a better standard of football now."
Kennoy plans to still fulfil his role as Codicote boss as well as run the Hitchin Reserves, who will compete on week nights.
Codicote will also ground share with Hitchin next season and play their home games at Top Field.
John Albon, who was seen at the end of the villagers' league campaign, will assist the manager for the start of next season.
Kennoy added: "John has come from SML side Arlesey Athletic and was an enormous help at the end of the season.
"He's agreed to be on-board for the start of next season, which will only result in a positive step forwards."
Codicote at Top Field
NEXT season Codicote's first team will play their home games at Hitchin Town's Top Field ground.
The village club are hoping the ground share agreement with the Southern League Premier club will allow them entry into the FA Vase competition.
Kennoy's Herts Senior County League Premier Division side used the John Clements Memorial Ground in Bury Lane for their home fixtures last term.