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Blog: Evans divides opinions at Gills

Blog: Evans divides opinions at Gills

When Steve Evans arrived at Gillingham, a large number of Gills fans were not sure on the appointment – most, in fact.

Bauer facing real dilemma

Patrick Bauer is facing a real dilemma. A year ago, he said he would not extend his stay with the Addicks when his contract ran out (end of June 2019).

Wynter is coming

Another week. Another impressive arrival for Nick Davis’ Rams.

International striker set to sign

Various reports are suggesting that Charlton are on the verge of signing Leyton Orient’s prolific marksman, Macauley Bonne, on a four year contract.

Elokobi Signs For Stones

Experienced defender George Elokobi has signed for Maidstone United ahead of their first season back in the National League South.

More Kent Sides Secure Transfers Ahead Of New Season

We are still early in the summer of 2019, but Kent’s clubs are looking to cement deals before their pre season campaigns begin.

Gillingham snap up Man Utd youngster

Gillingham have fought off heavy competition to clinch the signature of former Manchester United youngster Matty Willock on a two-year permanent contract.

Friend Reunited

Bostik South East side Ramsgate have moved to further strengthen their squad with the signing of Liam Friend from Thanet rivals Margate.

Langton returns to the Welling dugout

When Hugo Langton left Welling United in January of last year you would have got long odds on him returning to Park View Road as his next major role in football.

O’Keefe checks in at the Gills

Gillingham have announced the signing of former Cardiff City midfielder Stuart O’Keefe on a two year deal.

Welling United Announce New Management Structure

Welling United have announced their new management structure for season 2019-20, and it’s the return of some familiar faces.

The only way is Essex

Charlton have released details of a pre-season fixture against Colchester. The game will  take place at the Colchester Community Stadium on Tuesday 23 July, with a 7.30 kick-off.

Welling United change managers again

Welling United wouldn’t be Welling United without a change of manager in the summer.

Kent clubs to learn their fate

Kent clubs will soon find out who they have been drawn against in this season’s FA Cup, Trophy and Vase.

Charlton closing in on strikers

Football is a 12 months a year business these days. There is no such thing as a close season anymore.

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Notts edge it at Tunbridge Wells

Notts edge it at Tunbridge Wells

Wily Nottinghamshire veterans Chris Nash and Samit Patel dug in throughout much of the late afternoon gloom in Tunbridge Wells to edge their side into the solid position of 208 for four at the mid-point of their Specsavers County Championship match with Kent.

Crawley ton as Kent fight back

Zak Crawley’s stylish century led a plucky recovery on the opening day of their 107thTunbridge Wells Cricket Week fixture against first division rivals Nottinghamshire.

Robinson commits future to Kent

Kent Cricket have announced that wicketkeeper-batsman Ollie Robinson has signed a contract extension with the Club until the end of the 2021 season.

Denly embarrassed by Kent performance

Captain Joe Denly has spoken of his disappointment as Kent were thrashed by Somerset at Canterbury on Thursday.

Rayner hoping to impress with Kent

Ollie Rayner is hoping that his decision to join Kent on long-term loan will spark the start to the latest chapter of a county career that already spans 14 seasons.

Kent collapse to Somerset defeat

Kent lost their last eight wickets inside 46 minutes as Specsavers County Championship leaders Somerset dodged the showers to clinch a dramatic 10-wicket win on a rain-affected final day in Canterbury.

Rain frustrates again at Canterbury

Kent’s Specsavers County Championship match with leaders Somerset lost another full day to persistent rain in Canterbury where the scheduled third day was ruled out by further heavy showers.

Wickets tumble at Canterbury

Twenty-two wickets fell in an action-packed second day, seven of them to Somerset seamer Lewis Gregory and 10 overall to leg-before appeals as the Specsavers County Championship leaders made up for their first day washout against Kent.

Find 30 in Cricket World Cup quiz

With the Cricket World Cup now in full swing, we’ve teamed up with Reflect Digital to test your observational skills.

Kent frustrated by Canterbury rain

The first day of Kent’s Specsavers County Championship clash with Division One leaders Somerset fell foul to heavy overnight rain and bad light throughout the afternoon in Canterbury, where not a ball was bowled in anger.

Kent bring Rayner in on loan

Middlesex off-spinner Ollie Rayner will join Kent Cricket on loan for eight Specsavers County Championship matches, starting with our fixture against Nottinghamshire at Tunbridge Wells from Monday 17th June.

Viljoen back to have a Blast

Kent Cricket have announced that fast bowler Hardus Viljoen will return to the county for this season’s Vitality Blast. The 30-year-old will not count towards the Kent Spitfires’ overseas player quota in this tournament.

Mulder has got the X Factor

When Faf du Plessis, the South Africa captain, predicts that a young player has the potential to become the next Jacques Kallis, the tendency is to take notice.

Bell-Drummond knock in vain as Kent lose

Simon Harmer became the highest wicket taker in the Specsavers County Championship to help Essex secure their second victory of the season with a 113-run win over Kent.

Cook score puts Kent under the cosh

Sir Alastair Cook fell 10 runs short of recording back-to-back centuries for the first time in a match in his first-class career as Essex compiled a healthy lead in their Specsavers County Championship fixture with Kent.

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Motor Racing

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Heartbreaking Le Mans for Conway

Heartbreaking Le Mans for Conway

  Mike Conway’s 2019 Le Mans 24 Hours ended in heartbreak as the #7 Toyota ran as the leader of the race for 23 hours, after starting on pole position, until the final hour when his car suffered a puncture and lost the lead – finishing second to the sister Toyota.   

Triple Croft podium for Heathcote

  Nathan Heathcote had a successful trip north as he logged three podium positions at Croft, to elevate him back to the series lead in the Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship.

Double podium success for Hawkey

  Kent’s Esmee Hawkey made her return to racing in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB at Croft at the weekend, taking two podium finishes in the process.  

Points and pain for Hill at Croft

  “Frustrating!” was how Jake Hill summed up his weekend in the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship at Croft, after taking a season’s-best qualifying of 9th, hard-fought points in race 1, engine issues forced retirement from race 2, resulting in Hill not being able to start the final race of the day.

Success for Kent team at Croft

  Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher enjoyed its most successful weekend of the season so far during rounds 10, 11 and 12 of the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship, securing a commanding race 3 win, double podium and top ten result at Croft.  

Change of dates for Brands Hatch

  The 2020 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship calendar was announced live on ITV4 earlier this morning (16 June), as BTCC Chief Executive Alan Gow confirmed a shake-up ahead of next season.    

Hill hoping for more success

Croft in North Yorkshire holds special memories for Kent’s Jake Hill, having not only made his BTCC debut there as a 19 year-old in 2013, but also previously Won his first-ever car race there, in Ginetta Junior back in 2009.

Top racing in Lydd summer championships

There was some superb racing as Round 3 of the Lydd summer kart championship combined with the 4th round of the popular Kent Kart championship on Sunday.

Conway for Le Mans

Mike Conway will bring the curtain down on his 2018-19 FIA World Endurance Championship season this weekend, as the Brit takes on the most challenging event of the ‘SuperSeason” – the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Nevill back on the grid

Dartford racing driver Alex Nevill will continue his 2019 Mini Challenge Cooper Pro campaign this Saturday when the second event of the championship takes place at Oulton Park in Cheshire.

Hawkey pleased with performance

Kent’s Esmee Hawkey returned to racing in the competitive W Series last weekend with a solid performance as she made her debut at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli in Italy.

Team Shredded Wheat fired up for Croft

Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher heads to Yorkshire looking to get its championship challenge back on track as the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship gets back underway at Croft Circuit this coming weekend.

Misfortune for Jewiss at Silverstone

Kiern Jewiss suffered two unfortunate results in the third round of the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship at Silverstone before bouncing back in the third and final race of the weekend to take fourth position.

Lidsey ‘hungrier than ever’

Impressive Renault UK Clio Cup championship challenger Brett Lidsey says he is ‘hungrier than ever’ to get back on track a week from now when the 2019 season makes its long-awaited resumption at Croft Circuit in North Yorkshire, the third event of the campaign.

Crees loving BTCC debut season

With the Kwik Fit British Touring Car month long break coming to an end this coming weekend, we caught up with Michael Crees to assess his debut season so far.

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Kent Kings 50-37 Plymouth Gladiators

Kent Kings 50-37 Plymouth Gladiators

The Kent TouchTec Kings opened their home National League [NL] account with a 50-37 win over the Plymouth Gladiators in a hard fought encounter on Monday evening.

Kent Kings set for Cup test

It may be the city holding the FA Cup this year but the Kent Touchtec Kings travel to Manchester on Thursday looking to ensure that the Belle Vue Colts don’t emulate their football compatriots by taking Speedway’s National Knock-Out Cup [NKOC] back to the north west conurbation.

Kent Kings to kick off league campaign

The frustration of losing last week’s National League [NL] match to a rain off will be put behind the Kent TouchTec Kings this evening when their home NL campaign finally gets underway with the visit of the Plymouth Gladiators.

Davis joins Dynamos revolution

Player-Coach Anthony Leone has added another new recruit to the ranks ahead of 2019/20 with the signing of former London Raiders captain Tom Davis who moves to Gillingham with over a decade of experience at this level of the game.

Huska back with the Dynamos

The Invicta Dynamos have announced the signing of Slovakian born forward and alternate captain Juraj Huska who returns to Gillingham where he has already amassed 245 points in 107 games for the club between 2013 and 2015.

Jackson back with GB side

Great Britain’s men’s team will welcome back Kent’s Ashley Jackson back to international hockey at Friday night’s FIH Pro League game at home to the Netherlands.

Wildcats sink the Pirate ship

Last Sunday saw Tonbridge Wildcats Baseball Team face off once again against the South Coast Pirates in a local derby double header. 

Vos takes stage at Cyclopark

Marianne Vos (CCC Liv) sprinted to victory in the second stage of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour at the Gravesend Cyclopark in Kent, to take the overall lead of the race following day two.

Smith found safe and well

There was some great news on Monday evening after it was announced that missing former Invicta Dynamos player Andy Smith had been found.

World’s top cyclists coming to Kent

Two pupils from St Joseph’s Primary School in Northfleet will have the honour of flagging away the world’s top cyclists when they compete in Stage Two of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour at the Gravesend Cyclopark on Tuesday.

Kent Kings to wait for home clash

The first returning side of the season to Central Park, Plymouth Gladiators visit on Monday 17th June in the first National League [NL] home match for the Kent TouchTec Kings.

Have you seen missing Ice Hockey legend?

Can you help? Invicta Dynamos legend Andy Smith has been missing since Friday morning and the police are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare.

Dell back with the Dynamos

16 year old skater and Invicta Dynamos Forward of the Year Owen Dell is back with the club for the new campaign having penned a contract to keep him at his hometown team for 2019/20.

Kent quintet to go the extra mile

Five good friends have come together to make a team to ride the London to Brighton bike ride on Father’s Day.

Kent pushes the boat out

Some 20 sailing clubs and training centres across Kent welcomed visitors to ‘Push the Boat Out’ and try sailing and windsurfing for free or low cost this May.

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