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Gillingham have announced that midfielder Josh Wright has today signed a new two year contract.
Gillingham have announced the arrival of former pro Wayne Hatswell as the club’s first-team coach.
Gillingham’s home fixture against Bristol Rovers will now take place on Good Friday, April 14th 2017, one day earlier than previously scheduled.
A deal that was effectively agreed on 10 June, was finally completed on Monday.
The Charlton squad will return for pre-season training on Monday with some new faces.
As well as having a squad to build, Russell Slade has to assemble his behind-the-scenes team for the new season.
Goalkeeper Stuart Nelson has signed a new two year deal at Gillingham Football Club.
Gillingham will begin the 2016/17 League One season with a trip to Southend United.
The release of next season’s fixtures has been a fragmented affair this year.
A year ago, Charlton wanted to negotiate an extended contract with Johann Berg Gudmundsson.
Bromley Football Club have announced the appointment of former Gillingham coach Steve Lovell as Assistant Manager.
Igor Vetokele has joined Belgian club Zulte-Waregem on loan for the 2016/17 season. The Belgian outfit have the option to make the deal permanent next summer. Vetokele joined Charlton two years ago, and made a blistering start to his Valley career, scoring 8 goals in his first 13 Championship games. The goals dried up, and […]
Gillingham midfielder Aaron Morris has today signed a new contract that will keep him at the club for a further two seasons.
Brentford are set to sign Gillingham’s out of contract centre half, John Egan.
As anticipated, Charlton Athletic confirmed the signing of striker Lee Novak on Friday morning.
Derbyshire’s Wayne Madsen and Shiv Thakor hit centuries as their side hit 574 for nine for a first-innings lead of 195 before declaring deep into the final session on day three of their Specsavers County Championship clash with Kent in Canterbury.
Half-centuries from visiting batsmen Hamish Rutherford and Chesney Hughes coupled with an unbeaten 73 by Wayne Madsen ensured that Derbyshire edged into the ascendancy by the mid-point of their Specsavers County Championship clash with Kent.
Sam Northeast hit an unbeaten 173 as Kent dominated their Specsavers County Championship encounter with Derbyshire at the Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence.
Catch up with all the latest from the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League from the weekend.
Middlesex star Brendon McCullum became his county’s latest overseas batsman to put Kent to the sword after hitting an unbeaten 87 that helped down Kent Spitfires by 40 runs in a one-sided NatWest T20 Blast clash in Canterbury.
Cricket can be a cruel profession sometimes – just ask Kent’s understudy wicketkeeper Adam Rouse who is facing a month on the sidelines after suffering a double finger dislocation and fracture this week.
There was little prospect of a result to the game once 104.1 overs had been lost during the first two days, with both teams content with bonus points, although Glamorgan, despite their 12 points, remain at the bottom of Division 2.
After losing their first five wickets for 85, Kent were in danger of trailing by a substantial margin on the first innings, but Sean Dickson and Adam Rouse with two determined half-centuries, guiding the visitors to a respectable total.
A century stand saw Glamorgan fight back on an intriguing second day’s play against Kent at Cardiff.
On a day that resembled November rather than mid- June, only 21.5 overs were bowled with no play possible after 12.35pm.
Catch up with all the latest from the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League from the weekend.
The Kent Spitfires slid to their fourth defeat in their opening six Natwest T20 Blast games on Friday night.
Two Kent stars are in the 15-strong England women’s squad for the first two Royal London One-Day Internationals (ODI) against Pakistan next week.
Fast bowler Matt Coles felt Kent Spitfires should have been able to beat Essex in the Royal London One Day Cup at Chelmsford on Wednesday.
Ravi Bopara batted himself back into form in white-ball cricket with a 79-ball 74 to take Essex to the top of the southern group in the Royal London Cup.
Rochester based Team Hard Racing’s team principal is really pleased with the start that his team has made to all the series they compete in this season.
It was a weekend of mixed fortunes for Kent’s Kiern Jewiss as he headed to Portugal for the penultimate race of the European Championship.
Fresh off the back of his victory at Knockhill Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne was back on track at Brands Hatch, only this time with a Hollywood A-lister.
Aylesford’s Howie Mainwaring-Smart was back in the top ten in race two of the latest round of the MCE British Superbike Championship from Knockhill last weekend.
Celebrity baker Paul Hollywood used Brands Hatch’s expert rally instructors to give him a competitive advantage ahead of his appearance on BBC’s Top Gear last week.
It was very much a tale of two races for Kent’s Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne in the latest round of the MCE British Superbike Championship.
Mike Conway was back in action last weekend at Le Mans last weekend for the historic 24 hour race, and the Kent racer came away with a podium finish.
Kent’s very own Esmee Hawkey raced onto the podium and straight into the lead of the GTA championship as the GT Cup hit Rockingham last weekend.
Buckmore Park will host round 5 of the Super One Series at the recently redeveloped and historic track on Saturday and Sunday.
Motorbase Performance head to the Goodwood Festival of speed this weekend with Andrew Jordan joining the star studded line-up at the iconic festival.
It was another successful weekend for Wrotham based Motorbase Performance at the latest round of the British Touring Car Championship.
Motorbase Performance drivers Ross Wylie and Phil Dryburgh secured another strong points finish in the British GT Championship last weekend.
Kent’s Mike Conway and the Toyota Gazoo Racing are prepared and positive ahead of contesting the 84th running of the Le Mans 24 hours.
Series organiser TOCA has confirmed its calendar of events for the 2017 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
Brands Hatch will be filled with high performance cars this coming Sunday when TunerFest South returns to Kent.
Kent sporting stars including Charlotte Evans MBE, Rachael Burford, and Tony Gilham attended the official launch event of Kent Sports Trust.
There was disappointment at Central Park on Monday when the Kent SLYDE Kings came up just short in their attempt to overcome reigning League champions Birmingham and take the National Trophy.
Twelve stars of Kent Hockey will be heading to Rio as part of the men’s and women’s Team GB squads.
Last weekend saw the culmination of the South Eastern Counties roller hockey season with Finals Day played at Herne Bay Arena.
Kent’s Jack Green will be on the plane to Rio and another Olympics appearance after booking his place on Sunday.
History will be made on Monday evening at Central Park whatever the outcome of the second leg of the Final between the Kent SLYDE Kings and the Birmingham Brummies; when a new name will be engraved on Speedway’s National Trophy [NT].
Kent’s Adam Gemili has booked his place at the Rio Olympics this summer after winning the 200m at the British Championships in Birmingham.
Kent’s Dina Asher-Smith wept tears of joy after booking her Olympic place with victory in the women’s 200m at the British Championships in Birmingham.
A stirring comeback from the Kent SLYDE Kings at Birmingham in the National Trophy First Leg on Wednesday came up just short of achieving parity on the night but restricted the home side to a narrow four points margin.
Club talisman and third highest all time points’ scorer Callum Fowler is back with the Invicta Dynamos for 2016/17.
28 year old Welshman Nicky Lewis has re-signed for the Invicta Dynamos ahead of the 2016/17 campaign.
It’s a big working weekend at Canterbury Rugby Club with teams of volunteers putting the club into good physical ahead of the new season.
Kent SLYDE Kings enter the BB House tonight with a big prize on their minds! No, it’s not a highly unlikely twist to the infamous TV show, but the Sittingbourne-based Speedway side’s visit to the Second City to take on the Birmingham Brummies in the first leg of the National Trophy Final. With both teams having […]
Kent SLYDE Kings continued in their rich vein of form which has seen the Sittingbourne-based Speedway side remain unbeaten this whole season, with an emphatic performance on Monday to see off a plucky Coventry Storm side and surge into the last four of the National Knock-Out Cup competition. Led by two ever-enduringly impressive visiting riders […]
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