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Dover made it two wins on the trot for the first time this season against a goal-shy Aldershot on Tuesday night.
Neither did their chances of pulling away from the relegation zone much chance as Welling United and Dartford played out a tough draw.
Faversham Town showed resilience, character and bouncebackability from their weekend FA Cup exit and being a goal down with three late goals in quick succession to take maximum points at lowly East Grinstead Town on Tuesday night.
After a mini revival under new manager Gary Abbott, Cray came down to earth with a bump as they were taught a lesson in finishing by bottom side Redbridge who looked far better than their league position.
It was a great night of football on Tuesday with some great clashes for Kent’s non league sides.
Charlton gained their first away win of the campaign in dramatic circumstances at Carrow Road on Tuesday.
It wasn’t the best of matches. It wasn’t the worst of matches. The first half had little to commend it with both sides struggling to find any real rhythm.
This North Kent Derby was surprisingly low key in passion with the supporters of both clubs showing the passion, the first half was a scrappy affair with both defences on top although it could be said that the final ball from both sides was poor.
England football manager Roy Hodgson will be in Biggin Hill on Friday as he opens the new state-of-the-art 3G pitch at Charles Darwin School.
Both Dartford and Welling United come into Tuesday night’s local derby on the back of confidence boosting away wins on Saturday.
There are some great local clashes for fans to enjoy this week with Welling United entertaining Dartford and Thamesmead Town facing Chatham Town.
Charlton head for Norwich on Tuesday morning, and Jason Euell’s Under-21 squad will also be on the road, they will be going to Barnsley.
Two second-half goals from leading scorer Ian Draycott earned Folkestone Invicta their first away win of the season and their first victory over Hastings at The Pilot Field since the turn of the century!
Faversham Strike Force Football Club are looking to cement their reputation as one of the leaders in grassroots football on and off the pitch.
Kent’s non league sides learnt their FA Cup fate when the draw for the Third Qualifying Round was made on Monday morning.
Kent’s Sam Billings is the joint-winner of this year’s Walter Lawrence Trophy, awarded for the fastest hundred of the season.
Kent cricketers Darren Stevens and Sam Billings have been nominated in this season’s PCA Player of the Year awards.
Wicketkeeper batsman Sam Billings took the Player of the Year award at Kent’s end of season awards night on Saturday.
A batting collapse before lunch on Friday saw Kent lose six wickets and with it the County Championship game against Gloucestershire at Canterbury.
Kent face an uphill battle to prevent Gloucstershire from cruising to victory in the County Championship game at Canterbury.
An unbeaten century from Will Tavare saw Gloucestershire wrestle control of the County Championship game from Kent at Canterbury.
Kent trio James Tredwell, Sam Billings and Adam Riley have all been named in England squads to go to Sri Lanka in November.
Mitchell Claydon went past fifty County Championship wickets for the season as Kent dominated against Gloucestershire at Canterbury.
Kent have confirmed that nine members of the current squad have committed their futures to the club by signing new deals.
Kent have named a 13 man squad for their final County Championship game of the season against Gloucestershire beginning on Tuesday.
The Kent Cricket Board have announced that Andy Griffiths has been appointed Community Cricket Director with immediate effect.
Kent will play in Group B of next season’s Royal London One-Day Cup group stage after the draw was made on Saturday.
An unbeaten 142 from Will Smith ensured Kent’s latest County Championship game against Hampshire ended in a draw.
Kent Cricket Board’s Under 9 Mini Super 8s County Finals day saw 23 Cricket Clubs converge on Hesketh Park in Dartford on Sunday.
Kent put Hampshire in a spin at the Ageas Bowl and moved a step closer to victory after enforcing the follow on.
Jack Clarke made a massive step forward last weekend in the latest round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, with three excellent point finishes at Silverstone.
Wrotham based Airwaves Racing had another memorable weekend in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
Simon Horrobin returns to the Courier Connections Renault UK Clio Cup grid for a second taste of the ultra-competitive ‘tin top’ championship during the season finale on 11th/12th October at his local track, Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit.
After two years out of a British Touring Car it has been announced that Tony Gilham will be back behind the wheel of a touring car once more.
Airwaves Racing will be targeting silverware at the Home of British Motorsport this weekend in the penultimate round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
Jack Clarke is targeting another point’s haul at Silverstone in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship after his double points finish at Rockingham in the last round.
The Oman Racing Team were left frustrated in the final round of the 2014 Blancpain Endurance season last weekend at the Nurburgring.
Buckmore Park hosted the final round of the six event series, which it shares alternately with Bayford Meadows last weekend, with the weather staying fine and bright throughout.
My racing career is back on track and that all-important goal of F1 is in my sights again.
Raoul Owens ensured a top ten championship finish in only his second season in the Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup last weekend.
Mike Conway’s first run for Toyota in the FIA World Endurance Championship last weekend didn’t quite go according to plan for him or the team.
Simon Rudd brings us up-to-date today with the final round of the VW Cup season and just how frustrating it was for him on his first visit to Donington Park.
Dover’s Jake Dixon had a mixed weekend in the Motorpoint British Supersport Championship on his first trip to Assen.
It was very much a tale of two races for Shane Byrne this weekend as the showdown got underway for the MCE British Superbike Championship.
It is the season finale of the Blancpain Endurance Series this weekend at the Nurburgring and the Oman Racing team will be looking to finish the GT racing season on a high.
A Kent family have raised a staggering £100,000 for Cardiac Risk in the Young having sadly lost their son whilst playing football three years ago.
As the London and South East Skater Hockey league season enters it’s final stages, teams are making a final push for finishing high enough in the league tables to qualify for the all important National Championships.
Canterbury’s 1st team started their EH Cup with a home tie against Purley Walcountians and came out 5-0 winners.
Invicta colts, under 18’s 1st years Will Paine and Stewart Manser made their debuts for the Invicta Mustangs senior team at the weekend.
Kent Crusaders suffered a heartbreaking 82-81 loss to Worthing Thunder in the National Trophy on Saturday evening, after a Milton Chavis free throw with 4 seconds remaining.
A man of the match performance from Charlie Phillips and a home debut goal from brother Billy saw the Dynamos turn in a brave display against the EPL’s Milton Keynes Lightning before going down 7-2 in the English Challenge Cup.
The Invicta Dynamos were within an inch of a point on Saturday night as Charlie Phillips rattled the frame of the goal in a frantic finale that saw the Mos narrowly lose out 8-7 to the Wightlink Raiders in the NIHL South Division 1 and English Challenge Cup.
Canterbury’s third defeat in four games, their biggest and most humbling of the season, saw them swept aside by a vibrant Taunton team who ran in six tries in a victory which took them to the top of the of National Division 2 South table. It was an outstanding performance by the Somerset club, whose […]
On a lovely late September afternoon Medway made the long journey to the coast to face Deal and Betteshanger in their third league match of the season. With a record of one win and one narrow loss, it was important for the locals to register a victory to push them into the top half of […]
Blue liner Chris Cooke has recently departed the Invicta Dynamos having expressed a need to be located closer to his Guildford home due to family illness.
Kent Crusaders were unable to recover from a slow start as they went down 99-63 to Westminster Warriors on Saturday in the National Trophy at Capital City Academy.
A determined team performance gave the Kent Kings a slim advantage over the Coventry Storm at Central Park, Sittingbourne on Monday evening as they both fought out the first leg of their National League Playoff Semi Final.
Invicta Devils faced their second game of the season, at home once again but this time against the Peterborough Phantoms academy.
Honours were even in the clash of the top two teams in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division on Saturday evening, with Holcombe and Canterbury drawing 1-1.
Greg Chambers netted his first goal for the Invicta Dynamos as they took on the Chelmsford Chieftains at the Riverside on Sunday but it proved no more than a consolation as his team were beaten 5-1 in the NIHL South Division 1 and English Challenge Cup match-up.