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Duo up for manager of the month

Duo up for manager of the month

Gillingham Manager Justin Edinburgh and Charlton interim manager Kevin Nugent have both being nominated for the November manager of the month award.

VCD Athletic 3-2 Gillingham

Just as an entertaining match between VCD Athletic and Gillingham looked like it was going to be decided on penalties, mayhem broke out in the closing minutes resulting in the hosts progressing to the quarter final of the Kent Reliance Senior Cup.

Sittingbourne 3-2 Walton Casuals

Sittingbourne continued their fine form and jump up above their opponents with a great second half performance which the fans that were there enjoyed and now face a trip to second place Dorking Wanderers on Saturday.

Greenwich Borough 3-2 Tooting & Mitcham United

It may be well into the festive season now but there was no peace and good will to all men at the DGS Marine Stadium as a feisty encounter between two top three sides in the Ryman South saw the hosts Greenwich Borough emerge victorious in a five goal thriller.  

Tribunal fee set for Egan deal

Gillingham have been awarded £400,000 by a tribunal for defender John Egan’s move to Brentford.

Barker arrival edges closer

Robbie Neilsen was officially unveiled as Milton Keynes Dons’ new manager on Monday morning.

Cray Wanderers 5-1 Godalming Town

Cray Wanderers moved up to sixth place in the Ryman South league table following a stylish and in the end comprehensive victory against a plucky and game Godalming Town side at Hayes Lane.

Midweek fixtures added for Addicks

The results of Second Round of the FA Cup‎ have added another two midweek fixtures for Charlton’s travelling faithful to attend.

Bromley 2-0 Maidstone United

Bromley bounced back from the disappointment of losing their unbeaten run on Tuesday with a superb home performance winning the Kent derby against Maidstone United on Saturday.

Welling United 3-1 Bath City

Following last weekend’s F.A. Trophy success at Concord Rangers, Welling United hosted Bath City and claimed the three points they needed so badly.

Chatham Town 0-3 Greenwich Borough

Greenwich Borough retain their third place in the Ryman One South table tonight following a comprehensive 3-0 victory at Maidstone Road over Chatham Town, who remain four points away from safety in the bottom three.

Dartford 2-1 Poole Town

Dartford continued their excellent League form with what manager Tony Burman said was an ugly win and this shows that they are in the mix for promotion.

Charlton Athletic 0-0 MK Dons

Karl Robinson’s tenure at The Valley began with a tame 0-0 draw with MK Dons in the FA Cup on Saturday afternoon.

Thamesmead 1-0 Great Wakering Rovers

A solitary goal on the hour from Alex Tenolia was enough to earn the Mead vital points that lifted us off the bottom of Ryman One North.

Cray Wanderers v Godalming Town preview

Cray Wanderers first fixture of December sees Godalming Town make the visit to Hayes Lane on Sunday afternoon.  Kick off is 3pm.

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Billings named in England squads

Billings named in England squads

Kent’s Sam Billings has been named in the England T20 and One Day International squads to tour India in the New Year.

Edwards to leave Kent

Charlotte Edwards CBE is to leave Kent after sixteen seasons at the club.

Kent aiming for One Day success

The Royal London One-Day Cup has a new early-season slot in 2017 – and Kent Spitfires have come up with the most imaginative response in their bid to reach a first Lord’s final since 2008.

Billings signs for Sydney Sixers

Kent Spitfires’ Sam Billings has signed for the Sydney Sixers franchise in Australia’s Big Bash League.

Kent’s 2017 fixtures unveiled

Kent welcome Gloucestershire to The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence in the opening round of the 2017 Specsavers County Championship on Friday 7 April.

Spitfires T20 fixtures announced

Kent Spitfires start their 2017 NatWest T20 Blast campaign on home turf with the Battle of the Bridge against local rivals Essex at The County Ground, Beckenham on Sunday 9 July.

UB40 coming to Canterbury

The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence home of Kent Cricket, Canterbury, will welcome UB40 on Saturday 3rd June 2017 as part of the band’s summer Grandslam UK Tour.

Kent Women’s fixtures announced

Kent Women will begin the defence of their double with back-to-back matches in the Midlands in search of extending their record number of County Championship titles to eight.

Kent to play in West Indies Super50

Kent Cricket has accepted an invitation to play in the 2017 Regional Super50, the West Indies domestic one-day competition.

Coles joins Dhaka Dynamites

Kent all-rounder Matt Coles has joined Dhaka Dynamites in the Bangladesh Premier League.

Hartley extends Kent contract

Seamer Charlie Hartley has extended his Kent contract after taking four wickets in two first XI appearances in 2016.

Kent make Gidman signing

Kent have signed all-rounder Will Gidman after a successful loan spell with the club in 2016.

Adams to make Kent departure

Kent head coach Jimmy Adams will not be extending his current contract beyond 2016.

Kent cricketers go back to school

Six county cricketers went back to school as part of a Taster Day organised by the Professional Cricketers’ Association to discover more about the role of a Director of Cricket in a school.

Stevens signs new Kent contract

Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens has signed a new contract with the club.

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Expansion for Motorbase in BTCC

Expansion for Motorbase in BTCC

Wrotham based Motorbase Performance will be expanding to a three car outfit for the 2017 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship. 

BTCC Entry list confirmed

The teams entered for the 2017 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship have been published and once again Motorbase Performance and Team Hard will be on the grid.

Finals day at Bayford Meadows

With the winter well and truly settling in the club’s summer championships drew to a close, after 10 hard fought rounds at the Sittingbourne circuit.

Epps back with Team Hard

Rochester based Team Hard racing have announced this afternoon that Michael Epps will be returning to the team for a second season in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

Competitors race on through storm Angus.

Sunday morning at Buckmore Park brought a very wet circuit blanketed in leaves, after the first of this winter’s storms tore through the southeast during Saturday night.

Seventh for Jewiss

Kiern Jewiss was left frustrated with a seventh-place finish in the OK-Junior CIK-FIA World Championships as his chances of securing the title were taken away from him, after a collision in the closing stages of the Grand Final. Despite the disappointment, Jewiss left Bahrain as the top-ranked British driver of the weekend.

Frustrating Finale for Conway

Mike Conway experienced a disappointing end to the 2016 FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in the 6 Hours of Bahrain.

Whorton-Eales impresses in Motorbase test

The Renault UK Clio Cup’s reputation as a production line for future top touring car talent was further underlined yesterday as 2016 Champion Ant Whorton-Eales excelled in a test with leading British Touring Car Championship squad Motorbase.

Jewiss heads to Bahrain for World Championships

Kiern Jewiss takes to the track for the final time in 2016 this weekend as he heads to Bahrain for the CIK-FIA World Championships. 

Burns joins Team HARD in BTCC

Will Burns will make the next step in his blossoming racing career next season after signing a deal to graduate into the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship with front-running outfit Team HARD.

VW return for Team HARD

Team HARD will run Volkswagen CCs in the 2017 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship after securing a deal to purchase three of the race-winning machines.

Conway secures podium in Shanghai

Mike Conway climbed the podium for the sixth time this season as the #6 TS050 HYBRID raced to a P2 finish at this weekend’s 6 Hours of Shanghai, the penultimate race of the 2016 FIA World Endurance Championship.

Trucks a treat at Brands Hatch

Truck Racing, fireworks and a feast of family fun entertained a huge crowd at Brands Hatch for the final highlight event of the 2016 season.

Brands Hatch season ends in style

A busy season of events at Brands Hatch concludes in style this weekend, with the unique spectacle of racing in the dark bringing a flavour of Le Mans to Kent.

Shakey targets magnificent seven

Reigning MCE British Superbike champion Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne will be striving to add to his record-breaking title tally after signing a multi-year contract with the championship-winning PBM team for a further two seasons as he bids to claim a ‘magnificent seven’ titles.

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Other Sports

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Record numbers of women getting active

Record numbers of women getting active

The number of women doing sport and physical activity has reached a record high.

Asher-Smith hungry for success

The saying goes that there is safety in numbers, but sprinter Dina Asher-Smith is determined to add solo success to her Olympic CV in four years time.

Milton Keynes Thunder 4-6 Invicta Dynamos

The Dynamos produced one of the comeback performances of the season so far to claim to vital league points on their travels.

Crusaders extend unbeaten run

Kent Crusaders moved to 8-0 in Men’s NBL Division 2 this season with a 53-98 win over Liverpool Basketball Club away from home on Saturday afternoon.

Invicta Dynamos 5-3 Streatham

An empty net goal from Joshua Condren just 14 seconds from time and a man of the match performance from netminder John Dibble sealed a narrow 5-3 victory for the Dynamos against Streatham in a league thriller on Saturday.

Barnes 8-38 Canterbury

Canterbury’s Autumn bandwagon rolls on with a sixth consecutive victory which was as convincing as the score line suggests.

Maidstone 20-19 Brighton

Maidstone won this encounter with Brighton by the narrowest of margins, 20-19, and can thank the kicking skills of Euan Caborn for his significant contribution to the total.

Fourth for Yarnold on return

Lizzy Yarnold narrowly missed out on a medal as she returned to skeleton competition on Friday night in Whistler, Canada.

Yarnold excited for skeleton return

Olympic skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold will make her return from a season-long hiatus this weekend, as the 2016-17 World Cup gets underway in Canada.

Blog: Life as a Rebel Runner

There’s only one thing that’s better than being a runner and that’s running as part of a group.

Crusaders grind out overtime win

Kent Crusaders took advantage of Ipswich’s mistakes down the stretch to stay undefeated in NBL Division 2 Men with an 80-75 Overtime win on Saturday at Brompton Academy.

Blog: Winter is coming

Just as they were last weekend, the roles were reversed for the final Holcombe games of the Premier League outdoor season before the Christmas break.

Mixed weekend for Holcombe sides

It was a case of mixed fortunes for Holcombe’s two senior sides with the men drawing, whilst the women were beaten.

Sports Minister launches Flip Out

The Sports Minister and Kent MP Tracey Crouch has opened a new £1m trampoline park in Chatham.

Mixed weekend for Kent’s men

Wimbledon cut the gap at the top of the Men’s Hockey League Premier Division to just one point after they won and leaders Holcombe were held to a draw against Reading on Sunday.

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