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Kyle Dempsey’s last-gasp winner condemned Gillingham to defeat as they still wait to secure their League One status.
Bromley’s last game on grass at Hayes Lane was an entertaining hard fought draw with relegation threatened Guiseley, who will go into the last game of the season still needing points to survive.
Coming into this game, Welling United had guaranteed safety but visitors Hampton and Richmond Borough had been given an unexpected chance of the play-offs.
The curtain was brought down on another league season as Cray Wanderers picked up a point from a lively encounter at Faversham Town.
Charlton took their tally to ten points from the last four games, following a 2-1 win at Chesterfield on Saturday.
At the final whistle of the final Ryman Premier match of the season it was difficult to assess whether the home crowd were happy at the 2-1 win or still smarting at the narrow failure to reach the play offs particularly as the league table was to reveal that the Angels had failed by just […]
With the season’s conclusion edging nearer there is still plenty for Kent’s footballing sides to play for.
Gillingham will be without the services of midfielder Bradley Dack for this weekend’s game against Fleetwood at Priestfield.
After a long Vanarama National League South campaign, Welling United host Hampton and Richmond Borough for their final home match of the season.
The Addicks travel to Debyshire for their last away game of the season on Saturday.
The re-arranged contest between Three Bridges and Cray Wanderers ended in the Wands favour as an emphatic finish to the game saw Cray come away with a 4-0 win away from home for the second time this season.
Bromley play their final home game of the National League season on Saturday afternoon when they entertain Guiseley.
On Sunday, St George’s Day, there is a charity football match between Playing 4 Parkinson and Kicking 4 Cancer Research at Dartford’s Princes Park kicking off at 1:30 p.m.
After Welling United’s defeat at Chelmsford, Alex Dyer spoke about where things went wrong and about how he saw the rest of the season panning out.
Gillingham boss Ady Pennock said his side did not deserve to lose in the manner they did after falling to a 3-0 defeat at Charlton.
Kent romped to their second successive three-day victory in Canterbury and to a third Specsavers County Championship win on the bounce after defeating Division 2 rivals Derbyshire by 169 runs.
Ageless all-rounder Darren Stevens bagged six for 47 and smashed a quick-fire 53 not out with 11 boundaries during an action packed second day that saw 19 wickets fall and Kent build a priceless 242-run lead over Specsavers County Championship rivals Derbyshire.
Derbyshire’s seamers recovered from a patchy opening hour to offer the Kent batsmen a stern examination on the opening day of their Specsavers County Championship clash at an overcast Canterbury.
Without quite singing it from the players’ balcony of the Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, Kent’s management team must be delighted that Darren Stevens agreed to put pen to paper on a one-year contract extension during the close season.
Darren Stevens again demonstrated why he has been one of the top performers in the Professional Cricketers’ Association Most Valuable Player Rankings over the past decade with another match-winning contribution to Kent’s Specsavers County Championship victory over Sussex at Hove.
Kent’s second win in as many matches took them to second place in the Specsavers County Championship Division Two, just one point behind Nottinghamshire.
Sam Northeast made a magnificent unbeaten 173 to put Kent in a position to force their second win of the season in the Specsavers Championship.
Vice-captain Ben Brown led a spirited fightback by Sussex’s lower order batsmen to leave their Specsavers Championship match against Kent at Hove nicely poised.
Jofra Archer totally overshadowed Vernon Philander’s Sussex debut on the opening day of the Specsavers County Championship match against Kent.
Kent have further strengthened their bowling options ahead of tomorrow’s [Friday] trip to Hove by re-signing South Africa paceman Wayne Parnell.
Kent have bolstered their bowling attack with the return of South Africa left-arm paceman Wayne Parnell.
Kent’s wily seamer Darren Stevens bagged six for 22 to help his side to secure a dramatic three-day victory in Canterbury where Gloucestershire were skittled for 61 in the space of 93 minutes.
Joe Denly’s second half-century of the game and a four-wicket, mid-afternoon blast by Mitch Claydon extended Kent’s clear advantage over battling Gloucestershire by the mid-point of their Specsavers County Championship clash in Canterbury.
Liam Norwell led a determined Gloucestershire bowling display in Canterbury where Kent were dismissed for 298 on the opening day of the Specsavers County Championship season.
On-loan paceman James Harris could make his Kent debut as Gloucestershire visit The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence on Friday.
BPKC’s summer championship began on Easter Sunday at the Chatham circuit and with the predicted rain absent, the competitors enjoyed some tremendously close racing.
Brett Lidsey will become the latest driver to race in this year’s Renault UK Clio Cup when he makes his debut in the championship at its next rounds at Thruxton in Hampshire in May.
Two weeks on from a class winning performance in the VLN series at the Nurburgring-Norsdschleife, racing driver Raoul Owens will be back at the world-famous venue this weekend, 22nd/23rd April, for the longest race of his career – the six hour ADAC Qualifying Race.
Kiern Jewiss collected his first silverware in the Ginetta Junior Championship this past weekend, finishing on the podium twice at Donington Park.
Kent based Super 1600 hopeful Darren Scott headed to his home circuit of Lydden Hill for round 2 of the Toyo Tires MSA British Rallycross Rallycross Championship.
A large and enthusiastic crowd were treated to a thrilling Toyo Tires MSA British Rallycross Championship encounter at Lydden Hill on Easter Monday.
Faraday Future Dragon Racing announced today that Mike Conway will join the team and compete alongside Jérôme D’Ambrosio in the Paris ePrix, the sixth round of the 2016/17 FIA Formula E Championship.
Mike Conway set the fastest lap of the race in the 6 Hours of Silverstone but missed out on a podium finish after a handling issue and an accident dented his car’s chances.
The MCE British Superbike Championship didn’t disappoint over the Easter bank holiday weekend at Brands Hatch.
It was a weekend of what might have been for the five time MCE British Superbike Champion as he looked to get his season kick started at his home circuit of Brands Hatch over Easter.
After taking a superb top-ten qualifying and a battling drive into points at the opening round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch, 23 year-old Jake Hill is looking to build on this strong start as the series makes it’s annual journey to Donington Park this Easter weekend.
Brands Hatch is gearing up for a four-day Easter stunner this weekend as the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship returns to Kent with breathtaking two-wheeled action from a world-class grid of riders.
Mike Conway will begin his FIA World Endurance Championship campaign this weekend with the opening round of the season at Silverstone.
Team Shredded Wheat Racing is hoping that history repeats itself with a return to winning ways this coming weekend as the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship heads to Leicestershire’s Donington Park circuit.
Not only is the MCE British Superbike Championship back this weekend but so is Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne.
Canterbury Hockey Club’s men’s team retained their Men’s Hockey League status with a 7-3 win over already-promoted Sevenoaks.
Holcombe secured third place in the Men’s Hockey League, beating Hampstead and Westminster 7-3 in an action packed game.
Surbiton secured their fourth straight Investec Women’s Premier Division title with a 3-1 victory over Holcombe.
Sevenoaks struck with just two minutes to go as they beat Durham University 3-2 to secure promotion to the Men’s Premier League.
Most games are decided on attacking skills, power and accuracy, some on a slice of luck and others, like this one, on a monumental defensive effort from a Canterbury side whose reputation has taken a battering in recent weeks.
History is made at Central Park on Monday April 24th with the birth of a new Speedway competition, the Southern Development League.
Kent SLYDE Kings make a first ever appearance at the Arena Essex Raceway this Friday night in the second leg of the Tunnel Trophy against the Lakeside Hammers.
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Barry Hawkins believes his bid to win a first snooker world title has arrived after the best season of his career.
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Kent ‘SLYDE’ Kings slipped to a second defeat in 24 hours in the Tunnel Trophy tussle at Central Park in front of a big Holiday crowd on Easter Monday afternoon, going down 46-43 to new local rivals in the Travel Plus National League [TPNL], Lakeside Hammers.
A plucky performance by the Kent SLYDE Kings came up just a little short, as the Central Park-based side went down to aggregate defeat by 94-84 to the Mildenhall Fen Tigers in the Easter Chase.
This Kent Cup Plate semi-final should have been played at Maidstone in March but fixture congestion determined it had to be put back and playing an evening game, under lights at Canterbury, made sense to both clubs.
Another exciting new obstacle has been announced for the return of the world’s biggest inflatable obstacle course – Gung-Ho! – to Kent in June.
New obstacles are to feature at the return of the world’s biggest inflatable obstacle course – Gung-Ho! at Brands Hatch in June.