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Addicks out to cause Chelsea shock
3:46pm Wednesday 16th January 2013 in Sport
FA YOUTH Cup holders Chelsea arrive at The Valley tonight to take on Charlton’s U18s in the fourth round and tickets are available from the stadium before kick-off, priced £5 adults and £2 over 60s and U18s.
Only the lower west stand is planned to be open.
Goals from Tobi Sho-Silva (3), Tom Derry (2) and Oliver Muldoon gave the Addicks a 6-2 away win against Ipswich Town last Saturday.
The U18s next face Cardiff City on Saturday.
LONGSERVING Charlton historian Colin Cameron was laid to rest this morning.
Cameron, who died in the early hours of Christmas Day, aged 76, acted as official historian for 40 years.
The service took place at Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Sidcup and was attended by manager Chris Powell, Keith Peacock and former Addicks chief executive Peter Varney.
DORIAN Dervite will again be available for selection against Blackburn Rovers on Saturday after serving a one-match suspension last weekend.
Meanwhile, Johnnie Jackson’s goal against Blackpool took him to 33 goals for Charlton, becoming the club’s highest goalscorer of its current squad.
FANS can secure five Charlton matchday tickets for the price of four by purchasing a Super5 booklet, which are priced £80 and £110 and are available online via cafc.co.uk, covering any of the remaining game of the campaign (excluding the home Millwall match).
Full terms and conditions are available on 0871 226 1905.
TICKETS are on general sale for Charlton’s home matches against Sheffield Wednesday on January 26 and Birmingham City on Saturday, February 9 (all 3pm).
For more details, or to buy tickets, visit cafc.co.uk or call 0871 226 1905.
CHRIS Powell and chairman Michael Slater will attend the annual VIP supporters’ meeting in the Millennium Suite on January 24 at 7pm.
The event is exclusive to VIP supporters and those planning to attend should email VIP representative Craig Parrett via email@example.com by Monday.
PLACES at The Valley for the rest of the 2012/13 Championship season remain available from just £160 adults and £105 over 60s and U21s, with all U18s and U11s £50 and £30, respectively.
Twelve-game season tickets remain great value for money and more details are available at cafc.co.uk or by calling 0871 226 1905.
THE loan of Danny Hollands at Swindon Town was extended until February 2 last week and the Addicks midfielder helped the Robins to a 1-1 draw at former club AFC Bournemouth on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the contract of Leon Clarke was last week cancelled by the club after he had been recalled from a loan spell with Coventry City.
The striker later signed a permanent deal with the League One club.
NORTH West Kent Addicks is hosting a question-and-answer evening with former players Derek ‘Killer’ Hales and Peter Shaw on January 24 (8pm).
All members gain free admission to The Pavilion, The Bat & Ball Ground, Wrotham Road, Gravesend DA11 0QP.
Non-members can join on the night for £6 adults and £2 over 60s. U18s are free.
More information is available via firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07757 661403.
THE Kent Senior Cup continues for Charlton at the end of January when the Addicks take on Herne Bay in the quarter-finals on January 30 (7.45pm).
Fans can gain admission to Winch’s Field for £8 adults, £4 over 65s and U16s, and £1 U12s.
CHARLTON’S women’s team is due to return to action on Sunday by travelling to Watford for a Premier League, National Division fixture.
The Addicks, who were without a match last weekend, have been drawn against South West Combination leaders Oxford United in the FA Cup on February 3.
TWO-TIME world darts champion Adrian ‘Jackpot’ Lewis heads the list of players who will compete at the second Charlton Masters tournament at The Valley on March 23 and tickets are now on sale, priced from £20.
Ted ‘The Count’ Hankey, Paul ‘The Asset’ Nicholson and Arron ‘Monkey’ Monk will also be present and places can be booked on 0871 226 1905 or via cafc.co.uk
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