The Lilywhites first visited Ashford in Kent in 1966, having never played Ashton Town's predecessors.
Ashford United and Ashford Railway
Founded about 1910, Ashford United was one of the two teams that merged in 1930 to found Ashford Town. The other being Ashford Railway
Homelands Ground, Ashford
Ashford Town, who first played the Lilywhites in the Southern League during the 1968/69 season, were founded as a result of the merger in 1930 of Ashford United and Ashford Railway. There original home was as Esella Park and it was here they played the Lilywhites until they moved to the Homelands Ground in 1987.
Southern League Division One (NL 2)
17.8.1968 Ashford Town 0 - 2 Cambridge City Hayes and Walsh scored for the Lilywhites.
9.11.1968 Cambridge City 4 - 0 Ashford Town Goals for the Lilywhites were by Duncan, Walsh and Hayes (2). One of Paul Hayes' goals was from the penalty spot.
30.8.1969 Cambridge City 1 - 1 Ashford Town Stan Marshall was the Lilywhites goalscorer.
19.12.1969 Ashford Town 1 - 0 Cambridge City
Southern League Premier Division (NL 1)
21.11.1970 Ashford Town 1 - 1 Cambridge City The goalscorer for the Lilywhites was Ian Hunter.
13.3.1971 Cambridge City 4 - 0 Ashford Town Stan Marshall scored a hat-trick for the Lilywhites (one was a penalty) and the other came from Bannister.
Southern League Division One South (NL 3)
30.10.1982 Cambridge City 1 - 3 Ashford Town The Lilywhites goal was scored by Williams.
12 3.1983 Ashford Town 1 - 1 Cambridge City Goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Grogan and French.
4.2.1984 Cambridge City 3 - 4 Ashford Town Goalscorers for the Lilywhites were Hancocks, French and Ashworth. This was the last meeting between the two clubs on the Old Milton Road Ground/
27.3.1984 Ashford Town 3 - 1 Cambridge City Gary Grogan scored for the Lilywhites.
27.10.1984 Ashford Town 1 - 1 Cambridge City Peter Lindsay scored for the Lilywhites.
26.1.1985 Cambridge City 0 - 4 Ashford Town Played at Ashford.
30.11.1985 Ashford Town 1 - 1 Cambridge City Peter Lindsay was the goalscorer for the Lilywhites.
14.12.1985 Cambridge City 1 - 1 Ashford Town Keith Moore scored for the Lilywhites as they met Ashford Town for the first time at the New Milton Road Ground.
South Premier League (NL 2)
5.3.1987 Ashford Town 0 - 1 Cambridge City The goalscorer for the Lilywhites was Low.
27.4.1987 Cambridge City 0 - 3 Ashford Town
12.11.1988 Cambridge City 1 - 1 Ashford Town The goalscorer for the Lilywhites was Turner.
1.1.1989 Ashford Town 3 - 1 Cambridge City Steve Fallon scored the Lilywhites only goal.
30.12.1989 Cambridge City 2 - 1 Ashford Town Goals scored for the Lilywhites by Steve Gawthrop and kevin Wilkin
7.4.1990 Ashford Town 1 - 1 Cambridge City Kevin Wilkin scored for the Lilywhites
4.4.1997 Ashford Town 2 - 2 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Daniel Kelly, Andy Jeffrey, Michael Halsall, Andy Taylor, Steve Gawthrop, Andy Pincher, Keith Lockhart, Chris Tovey, Neil Harris, Mickey Bennett and James Reilly. No subs used. Both goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Neil Harris.
22.4.1997 Cambridge City 4 - 0 Ashford Town Cambridge City team: Kelly, Jeffrey, Richard Chattoe, Taylor, Gawthrop, Pincher, Lockhart, Tovey, Harris, Bennett and Reilly. Subs used were Mario Ippolito, Neil Cogger and Rutter. All four goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Neil Harris in the 19th, 31st, 50th and 68 minute.
14.3.1998 Cambridge City 2 - 0 Ashford Town Cambridge City team: Kelly, Harriott, Hercock, Carter, Jeffrey, Adams, Pincher, Reeder, Harris, McCammon, and Cogger. Only sub used was Stock for Harriott. Harris and McCammon were the goalscorers.
7.4.1998 Ashford Town 1 - 2 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Kelly, Harriott, Hercock, Carter, Jeffrey, Reeder, Pincher, Bennett, McDougald, Stock and Cogger. Subs used were Byatt for Reeder and Chattoe for Cogger. Pincher and McDougald were the Lilywhites goalscorers.
26.11.1966 Ashford Town 4 - 1 Cambridge City 4th Qualfying Round Cambridge City team: Dave Bevis, Alec Moyse, A Dennis, J Lye, Jackie McGugan, Brendan McNally, Matt McMcVittie, G Ward, Eddie Bailham, J Stevens and B Wall. The lilywhites could have been two up before Ashford Town's left winger, Tim Souter, opened the scoring in the 34th minute. Ashford then went two up, five minutes later, before a minute before half time Matt McVittie scored the Lilywhites only goal fo the match.