Aylesford enjoyed a good tournament season in June making 2 finals out of 3 and winning some silverware ahead of preseason. the ladies also made a quarter final while 1 tournament was washed out. The tournament also saw the introduction of 2 new players, goalkeeper Sara McFaddon and forward Shannon Redhouse.
Castle Colts was the first tournament and after qualifying second in the group faced Meridian in the quarter final but lost to a solitary goal saw them go through 1-0. Aylesford were looking to make it a hattrick of wins in the Barming tournament but unfortunately it was cancelled due to bad weather.
Next up was the Larkfield tournament and after gaining revenge on Meridian and surpassing local rivals Maidstone United in the semi final, where Shannon produced a superb solo goal, to earn a place in the final against a talented Dutch Allstars side, containing 2 under 16 Holland internationals. In a closely fought match the visitors edged the match 2-1 to win the trophy.
the final tournament was Anchorians and Aylesford were not to be denied, being dominant from start to finish, scoring 15 goals and only conceding the once with Chelsea Wallace the tournament top goal scorer and captain Becks Barr named player of the tournament. After winning every group game, a 3-0 win against Anchorians set up a final against Gravesham Girls and 2 goals from Chelsea decided the cup. The reserves completed a double for Aylesford, winning the Shield final 2-0 against the hosts.