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Soccer Elite FA scholar Ellis Iandolo has today agreed terms to become a Swindon Town player.
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Gillingham have been handed a bye into the Second Round of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.
Gillingham manager Justin Edinburgh will assess injuries to some of his squad before the new season starts on Saturday.
Catch up with how Kent’s sides got on in their latest pre-season friendlies over the weekend.
A solid defence is the bedrock on which all successful teams are built, and Charlton have spent much of the summer putting their’s together.
After the promise of the Brighton game on Wednesday came the rather underwhelming afternoon in the sunshine against Portsmouth on Saturday.
Maidstone United carried on where they left off last season with another trophy as beat the Robert Dyas Cup Winners Hendon quite comprehensively.
Catch up with all the latest pre-season fixtures involving Kent’s sides over the weekend.
The 70 or so Charlton fans who braved the horrors of the M6 would have been happy with what they saw on Friday evening.
Former Gillingham loanee Josh Wright is training with the club and could feature for them on Saturday.
Gillingham FC and its chairman Paul Scally have been fined £75,000 each, subject to any appeal, after FA misconduct charges against them were found proven.
Neil Cugley was philosophical about the cancellation of Folkestone Invicta’s final pre-season game at Ashford United on August 4th.
What’s in store for your football team this coming season? Lewis Martin takes a look.
Bromley entertained the full Crystal Palace first team squad in an all ticket match at Hayes Lane on Thursday night, giving Mark Goldberg the chance to see his current side take on the club he once owned in a prestige friendly.
Kent’s inept batting display and the resistance of young left-hander Ben Duckett ensured a miserable start to the second match of the 164th Canterbury Cricket Week.
Fast bowler Matt Hunn hopes he can now cement a place in the Kent side after impressing in recent weeks.
The sun was shining, the ground looked splendid and us 10 players were in eager anticipation of another Kent League 2s game against top of the table Bexleyheath.
A fine fielding performance from the Kent Spitfires and 4/29 from Darren Stevens enabled a winning start to the 164th Canterbury Cricket Week by beating Sussex Sharks by eight wickets.
Catch up with all the action as Kent’s sides faced their thirteenth weekend in the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League.
Kent Spitfires kick off Canterbury Week 2015 against Sussex Sharks in the Royal London One-Day Cup at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence on Sunday (10.30am start).
Kent opening batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond has signed a contract extension after an encouraging summer.
Captain Sam Northeast believes the Kent Spitfires are much better than the side that lost to Middlesex at Radlett College on Friday.
Kent Spitfires fell to a resounding 87 run defeat at Middlesex’s out-ground in Radlett after a middle and late order collapse turned the game in the hosts favour.
Daniel Bell-Drummond was extremely happy with the team’s and his personal performance against Hampshire on Thursday.
Kent Spitfires beat Hampshire by 5 wickets with 7 overs to spare to secure their first win in the Royal London One-Day Cup.
The Kent Spitfires snatched defeat from the jaws of victory against Glamorgan in the Royal London One Day Cup.
Catch up with all the action as Kent’s sides faced their twelfth weekend in the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League.
Daniel Bell-Drummond has thanked Geraint Jones for being a huge support in the early stages of his Kent career.
Heavy and persistent rainfall at The Nevill Ground, Royal Tunbridge Wells got the better of Kent and Essex as this opening match for both sides ended in a draw without a ball being bowled.
Team Hard had a solid home round of the Volkswagen Racing Cup as the championship rolled into Brands Hatch at the weekend.
Tommy Hill and his Be Wiser Kawasaki team didn’t see their luck change in the latest round of the MCE British Superbike Championship at Thruxton.
The best of British young motorsport talent are invited to enter the ‘Henry Surtees Challenge’, which is taking place at Buckmore Park Kart Circuit.
Kent’s very own Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne confirmed his place in the end of season showdown despite a tough weekend at Thruxton.
Dover’s Jake Dixon very much had the tale of two races this weekend in the latest round of the Motorpoint British Supersport Championship.
A huge grid of stunning supercars will roar into action at Brands Hatch this weekend for the Avon Tyres British GT Championship’s summer round on the Kent venue’s legendary Grand Prix circuit.
It was a successful weekend for the Lidsey brothers in the latest round of the Clio Cup Series at their home track of Brands Hatch last weekend.
Wrotham based Oman Racing were denied a podium finish in the 24 hours of Spa last weekend, due to retirement with just hours left.
Kent’s Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne will be looking to bounce back this weekend as the MCE British Superbike Championship heads to Thruxton.
The penultimate round of the Kent Cup made its final appearance at Bayford Meadows on Sunday.
Two very different days of weather served up some entertaining racing at Brands Hatch at the weekend.
Team Hard have followed up their recent success with another podium lockout this time in the VAG Trophy.
Adrian Quaife-Hobbs is heading to Spa this weekend for the Spa 24 hours race, and the biggest challenge of his racing career to date.
On the weekend following the John Surtees re-launch of the Buckmore Park kart circuit, 180 competitors descended on the Kent circuit and were greeted with perfect weather for Sunday’s finals.
Shane Byrne was shaken but not stirred as he roared back from a 120mph crash at Brands Hatch to finish second in the final MCE British Superbike race at the weekend.
Margate maestro Sonny Newman obliterated Folkestone Footgolf’s course record at the weekend.
Sports minister Tracey Crouch has launched a public consultation on sport in the UK after a drop in participation numbers.
Kent’s Jack Green will race the 400 metre hurdles at the World Championships after all following a successful appeal.
A first home maximum of the season from Ben Morley helped the Kent Kings get back to winning ways on Monday evening as they saw of the challenge of the Mildenhall Fen Tigers in the National League at Central Park, Sittingbourne.
History repeated itself as two young Medway Yacht Club powerboat aces booked their place at September’s Honda RYA Youth RIB Championship’s national grand final with age-group victories at the South East regional heats on Saturday.
Two goals from Holcombe’s Sam Ward helped England to come from behind to finish the Ergo Hamburg Masters with a 3-2 win over Spain.
Barry Hawkins won the first Kreativ Dental Clinic European Tour event of the season, beating Tom Ford 4-1 in the final of the Kaspersky Lab Riga Open.
20 year old former Ireland international Conor Redmond is the latest new face to join the Invicta Dynamos.
A hat-trick from England’s Ashley Jackson, including a last-gasp penalty corner gave Bobby Crutchley’s side a share of the spoils as their opening game of the Ergo Hamburg Masters ended in a 3-3 draw with Belgium.
The Invicta Dynamos will begin their 2015/16 campaign on home ice against the Bracknell Hornets.
The East Kent Mavericks played the Colchester Gladiators for the second time in two weeks.
This weekend, two fundraisers from Kent will cycle hundreds of miles and complete an open water swim to raise funds for Cardiac Risk in the Young.
Having dropped down to ninth place in Speedway’s City Gearboxes National League (CGNL) following defeat up at Stoke on Saturday, the Kent SLYDE Kings face two quick fire CGNL matches next Sunday and Monday.
Kent footgolfers Steve Baker, Dan Spice, and Dan Ambrose tasted glory at the 3 Kent Footgolf competitions last week.
Two young Medway Yacht Club powerboat drivers will once again bid for home rule as they do battle to qualify for the Honda RYA Youth RIB Championship’s national grand final at the South East regional heats on Saturday.