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Bromley through to the Second Round of the Kent Reliance Senior Cup
Second half goals from Max Ehmer and Bradley Dack gave Gillingham a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Luton Town in the Second Round of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.
In miserable conditions, Bromley claimed the honours at Wellingin the Vanarama National North Kent derby.
Catch up with all the scores involving Kent’s non league sides over the midweek period.
Chatham Town booked their place in the Kent Reliance Senior Cup with a 4-1 win over Ramsgate.
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Justin Edinburgh will make changes to the team that drew 3-3 with Oldham in League One on Saturday when Gillingham host League Two Luton Town in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy tonight.
Tuesday evening at Park View Road promises a match full of intrigue as Welling United entertain Bromley.
Catch up with all the fixtures involving Kent’s non league sides over the midweek period.
Margate Football Club have announced the signing of midfielder Charlie Allen on a six week deal.
Kent’s clubs have learnt their fate after the latest draws for the FA Trophy and FA Vase were made.
Kevin Watson has resigned as manager of Chatham Town and has left the club on good terms.
Herne Bay Ladies manager, Anthony Deer, was in defiant mood despite seeing his side’s four match winning streak come to an end at the hands of the well drilled and disciplined London Corinthians.
Johnnie Jackson’s absence from the team has left Charlton lacking in leadership this season. Heads have dropped when things have gone against them, particularly in recent away games.
Gillingham manager Justin Edinburgh blamed his side’s inexperience as they drew 3-3 with Oldham Athletic at Priestfield.
Gillingham were held for the first time at Priestfield this season by draw specialists Oldham Athletic in a thrilling 3-3 encounter.
Sam Northeast has been appointed Kent County Cricket Club captain for 2016.
Rob Key has backed both Matt Coles and Sam Northeast to represent England after fine seasons for Kent.
Kent’s Sam Northeast and Matt Coles have been named in the PCA Team of the Year.
Former Kent captain Rob Key is looking to the future now and is focusing on scoring more runs come next season.
Kent fast bowler Matt Coles has been shortlisted for the PCA Player of the Year award.
Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens has been awarded a Benefit Year for 2016 after more than a decade of service to the county.
Kent’s Hugh Bernard and Ryan Davies have received a call-up to the England Under-19 squad for a tri-series against Sri Lanka and India this winter.
Matt Coles capped an excellent first season back at Kent by picking up the Player of the Year at the Spitfire Kent Cricket Awards.
Tammy Beaumont won the Canterbury Christ Church University Kent Women’s Player of the Year 2015 at the Spitfire Kent Cricket Awards.
On Saturday, it all went according to the script and Geraint Jones ended his professional cricket career winning the Royal London One Day Cup.
This weekend a glittering career will come to an end when Geraint Jones retires from being a professional cricketer and he’ll be missed.
Kent’s final game of the season ended in a damp squib and without a ball being bowled during the final three days of their LV= Championship clash with Gloucestershire.
Kent’s Daniel Bell-Drummond and Sam Billings have been selected in the England Lions squad this winter.
For the second successive day neither side managed to bowl or face a single delivery as play was washed out lunch on day three of Kent’s LV= Clash with Gloucestershire.
Despite the best conditions of the match to date play was abandoned for the day in Canterbury where heavy overnight rain ruled out day two of Kent’s LV= County Championship clash with Gloucestershire.
Aylesford’s Howie Mainwaring-Smart made progress in the latest round of the MCE British Superbike Championship at Silverstone.
The curtain comes down on the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season this coming weekend at Brands Hatch.
The prestigious Henry Surtees Challenge will take place on Wednesday at Buckmore Park Kart Circuit.
The MCE British Superbike season goes down to the wire at Brands Hatch and Shane Byrne is still in with a shot at winning title number five.
Breaking News this morning is that defending MCE British Superbike Champion Shane Byrne will remain in the championship for the 2016 season.
Tony Gilham will be back behind the wheel of the Team Hard Toyota Avensis at his home track of Brands Hatch next weekend.
Tommy Hill will be back in the MCE British Superbike Championship in 2016 with his own team THM ePayMe Yamaha.
Kent’s Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne will be back on track this weekend in the MCE British Superbike Championship this weekend and he is targeting victory.
With his season now complete Jack Sales looks back on the highs and lows of his debut season in the Caterham Tracksport series.
Wrotham based Motorbase Performance were back on form at the weekend in the latest round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
Kent-based Tony Gilham will drive for his own Team HARD-run squad in this weekend’s Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship event at Silverstone, after confirming he will substitute regular racer Kieran Gallagher.
Motorbase Performance has its sights firmly set on adding to its race win tally as the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship heads to Silverstone for the penultimate meeting of 2015 this weekend.
Having suffered mixed fortunes at Rockingham, the AmDTuning.com team will be out to impress this weekend when the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship heads for Silverstone for the penultimate meeting of the year.
Two of Britain’s leading motor racing teams are to form a partnership designed to help continue to develop the careers of young talented drivers move forward in the sport.
The sixth and final round of the Kent Cup which alternates between Bayford Meadows in Sittingbourne and Chatham’s Buckmore Park, came to its conclusion at the latter circuit on Sunday.
Former BDO world champion Andy Fordham turned back the clock to secure a place in next month’s Grand Slam of Darts.
Colin Taylor and Dan Spice maintained their irresistible end-of-season form to lift Orpington Footgolf and Folkestone Footgolf titles.
When Lynne Wheeler joined her local running group as a beginner runner back in 2012, little did she know that she’d be setting up and leading her own running group a few years later.
Invicta Dynamos fan Lee Allen looks back at the last few weeks of the season and the joys of doing parkruns in his exclusive blog.
Running for fitness has really taken off in recent years, and recreational running groups have sprung up all over the country.
The Maidstone Lacrosse Club have announced the launch of a Junior lacrosse programme starting today running on Mondays from 6pm – 7.30pm at the clubs home in Sutton Valence.
Kent Crusaders have announced that Great Britain Under-20 assistant and Barking Abbey coach James Vear will take the reigns of the Division 1 Men’s squad this season.
Surbiton finish the weekend two points clear at the top of the Men’s Hockey League Premier Division after rivals Holcombe could only manage a draw against Beeston.
Invicta Dynamos third game in four days was too much for the Kent side after a heavy defeat in Essex to Chelmsford Chieftains.
Kent Crusaders got a 70-69 come from behind victory over the London Greenhouse Pioneers to advance in the National Cup on Sunday afternoon at Medway Park.
It was a remarkable comeback from the Invicta Dynamos as they three times came from behind to win at Streatham Redskins.
Kent Crusaders suffered a 55-90 loss at the hands of Westminster Warriors in the National Trophy on Saturday in the opening game of a double header weekend at Medway Park.
After two successive defeats, on the road, Maidstone were hoping to get back to winning ways on a return to the Mote.
England were not the only team to get taken to the cleaners on Saturday. Canterbury put on a curtain raiser for the national side in a deeply flawed performance which saw them plunge to a second successive loss.
Both Canterbury Ladies and Holcombe Ladies tasted defeat in the Investec Conference Premier on Saturday afternoon.