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Gillingham tasted defeat for the first time this summer as Ipswich Town won the pre-season friendly 2-0 at Priestfield.
On a family fun day at Hayes Lane these two side met for the first time since 1977 and served up some good entertainment too on a scorching hot day.
There were some great pre-season friendlies over the weekend with most of Kent’s sides in action.
Ebbsfleet United registered a memorable victory by beating Portsmouth 3-0 in a pre-season friendly on Saturday afternoon.
Faversham defeated local rivals Ashford United 2-1 in this entertaining pre season friendly played in blazing hot sunshine where the mercury hit 35 degrees Celsius moments before kick off at The Shepherd Neame Stadium.
A solitary predatory goal on the stroke of half time separated these two local neighbours, but in truth there was only one winner – and that was the stifling temperatures that saw one “official” drinks break in each half, and players grabbing water bottles from the touchlines whenever they could throughout the game!
Charlton utilised a strong squad for the visit of Southend on Saturday and came out winners.
Gillingham entertain Championship side Ipswich Town in their latest pre-season friendly on Saturday afternoon.
There are loads of pre-season games for fans to get out and enjoy over a busy weekend for Kent’s football clubs.
This has been a disjointed pre-season and not the one that Bob Peeters would ideally have wanted. Two games in Belgium, one a 45 minute affair, probably came too early for the Addicks. The traditional game at Welling was played in stifling heat before Charlton set off for La Cala in Spain. The week long […]
Ebbsfleet United defeated a primarily young visiting Charlton side on Wednesday evening thanks to Matt Godden’s 75th minute penalty.
A young Addicks team, captained by Chris Solly, went down to a 1-0 defeat against Ebbsfleet on Wednesday evening.
There were some entertaining games played on Tuesday night as Kent’s sides were in pre-season action.
Maidstone United and Welling United played out an entertaining game at the Gallagher Stadium with the Wings claiming the spoils with a comeback win.
Gillingham continued their unbeaten pre-season form as goals from Amine Linganzi, Luke Norris, Antonio German and Brennan Dickenson was enough to see off Dartford on a sunny and warm Tuesday evening at Princes Park.
There were big wins for Sevenoaks Vine, Hartley and Sandwich Town in the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League this weekend.
A rapid 90 run partnership between Darren Stevens and Alex Blake was the highlight as Kent Spitfires beat Surrey by 21 runs in the T20 on Friday night.
Adam Riley trained with England at Lord’s prior to the second test against India last week, and has also been in contact with Australian legend Shane Warne.
The Kent Spitfires face neighbours Surrey in the last round of the NatWest T20 Blast at Canterbury tonight.
A new sporting venture has captured the imagination of children across the County and as far away as the townships of Sierra Leone.
Kent play Surrey in the final round match of the 2014 Royal London One-Day Cup, the result of which will decide the 2014 Champions.
The Kent Women’s side will be at the T20 Final’s Day after bouncing back in style to secure their place.
Nine wickets in the game from Darren Stevens helped Kent to an 89 run win against Surrey in the County Championship at Guildford.
The Kent Cricket Women’s team suffered their first defeat of the season, losing by four runs to Surrey on Day One of the Regional Finals at Hayes Cricket Club.
Kent built up a lead of 239 runs as their vital Championship game with Surrey remains finely poised going into the final day at Guildford.
Kent put in a disciplined effort with the ball as they fought hard on the second day of their Championship game with Surrey at Guildford.
Round one of the National T20 Cup competition starts on Tuesday with the Kent Women’s Cricket team aiming to retain the title they won in 2013.
Kent’s batsmen worked hard to see them into a decent position at stumps on the first day of their Championship game against Surrey at Guildford.
Kent spinner James Tredwell will spend another month on loan with Sussex playing County Championship cricket.
Sam Northeast was surprised by the out of the ordinary weather conditions after Kent’s game with Somerset was halted by high winds and an electrical storm.
At the last round of the BRDC Formula Four Championship Tom Jackson had by far his best weekend of the season so far.
Team HARD’s Tom Barley will make his debut in the Michelin Clio Cup Series race at Brands Hatch this weekend.
Ross Twyman made a huge step-up last weekend as he took to the track in the National Superstock 600 race at Brands Hatch.
This weekend represents the biggest challenge for Oman Racing as they head to the 24-hour race at Spa-Francorchamps for the Blancpain Endurance Series.
Teenager Nathan Heathcote will be making his debut in the Swift Sport Rallycross when it heads to Pembrey this weekend.
A bold call by Mike Conway in the second Grand Prix of Toronto race meant that the Brit roared to his second victory of the season.
It was another solid weekend for Kent based Jota Sport after a second place at the Red Bull Ring in Austria.
On a difficult weekend at Brands Hatch Shane Byrne walked away with the title ‘King of Brands’ after an entertaining day of racing on Sunday.
Jake Dixon had another excellent weekend in the Motorpoint British Supersport Championship with a pair of fourth place finishes.
The Junior Blue and Formula Blue classes were invited to take part in today’s race meeting at Buckmore Park, a day which surprised us with perfect weather conditions; that is, until the very last race.
Jota Sport are back in action this weekend as the latest round of the European Le Mans series takes to the track at the Red Bull ring in Austria.
Mike Conway is back on track this weekend as the IndyCar series moves to Toronto for its latest double header.
Jota Sport will be looking for further success this weekend as the latest round of the European Le Mans Series takes to the track at the Red Bull ring in Austria.
Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne will be fighting a host of international rivals for his seventh race victory of the season this weekend when the popular MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship comes to Brands Hatch.
So here is the blog about my first trip to Spa, Belgium for the next rounds of the VW Cup.
17 year old upcoming talent Elliott Dewey will join the Invicta Dynamos rear guard for the 2014/15 season.
The Kent ‘CTA Fire’ Kings are back in action at Central Park on Monday evening when Leicester Lion Cubs come to town.
Kent’s Zoe Smith capped a remarkable return from injury to produce a 210kg combined Commonwealth Games record to storm to gold in the women’s 58kg category in Glasgow.
Over three thousand people from across the Medway towns celebrated the 2014 Medway Mile as Medway Council continued their year long festival of sport with a action packed fun run in Rochester Castle Gardens on Friday night.
The Invicta Dynamos have filled their import allocation for the upcoming campaign with Juraj Huska signing for another season.
Tonbridge’s Katie Jemima Yeats-Brown bagged a bronze in the under 63kg judo at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games on Friday.
The Kent Roller Girls took part in the Wild West Walk for the Heart of Kent Hospice at the weekend.
Friday is a big evening for the Kent CTA Fire Kings as they travel to Essex for some inter-county rivalry with a Grand Challenge match against the Arena Essex Hammers at Lakeside Speedway.
Anthony Leone will once again don the ‘C’ of captain for the Invicta Dynamos in 2014/15 after the 31 year old penned a contract for a third consecutive term in Kent – his seventh campaign at the Silver Blades altogether.
Teams from the English Premier League and National Ice Hockey League will face each other next season in a revamped English Challenge Cup competition.
Cyclists are being invited to ride alongside Cyclothon UK sporting heroes with riders to compete for prizes on the legendary Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit.
The Kent Kings’ captain Simon Lambert was in fine form as he retained the Kent Laurels for the WJ Cearns Trophy, fending off eleven other riders at Central Park, Sittingbourne on Monday evening.
On Tuesday my place in the British Team for the European Championships in Zurich was confirmed! Yay!
Simon Lambert defends his Kent Laurels title on Monday at Central Park when the attention shifts away from team action to the pursuit of individual glory in the 40th staging of this famous event for the WJ Cearns Trophy.
Over 75 players competed in the inaugural footgolf tournament over at Orpington Golf Centre at the weekend.