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Midweek Fixture List

Midweek Fixture List

The weekend is over and you are looking for your midweek fixture fix, then look no further as we have a round-up of all of this weeks fixtures. 

Gillingham Ladies 0-0 Coventry United Ladies

Gillingham Ladies started the 2018-19 FA Women’s National League Southern season with a hard fought point against promotion tipped Coventry United Ladies on Sunday afternoon.

Weekend Results

With the weekend fixtures now at an end, we bring you a round-up of the weekend results for Kent’s clubs through the leagues.

Thamesmead Town 1-2 Faversham Town

Thamesmead Town slumped to their second successive League defeat against a direct Faversham Town on Sunday who themselves collected their first League win of the season at Princes Park.

Walsall 2-1 Gillingham

First-half strikes from Morgan Ferrier and Isaiah Osbourne continued Walsall’s promising start to the season with a 2-1 win over previously undefeated Gillingham.

Bromley 1-0 Gateshead

It will be a long time before goal line technology makes its way down to the National League, but it would have cleared up the major incident of this game as Bromley snatched a controversial 88th minute winner against second placed Gateshead at Hayes Lane to record their first win of the season on Saturday.

Dartford 0-3 Wealdstone

It was a sorry afternoon for The Darts as they succumbed to back-to-back defeats with a resounding three-nil reverse to visitors Wealdstone on Saturday afternoon.

Truro City 2-2 Welling United

On one of their longer away trips, Welling dropped two points when conceding a 95th minute equaliser.

Sittingbourne 4-2 Greenwich Borough

A lot of hard work and some occasional flashes of real inspiration. It’s not rocket science this football, and Sittingbourne stayed joint top of Bostik League South East by making it two wins out of two this season.

Barnet 0-3 Ebbsfleet United

The Fleet only ever won twice at Underhill, but they started off life at The Hive with a comprehensive win over Barnet.

Canterbury City 1-0 Punjab United

A much better performance from City this week brought them a timely, albeit narrow single goal victory in what was a fairly tight game, but an early goal for the hosts coupled with some dogged defending saw them through to a much needed win and three welcome points.

Sevenoaks Town 1-2 Horsham

Sevenoaks began life as a Step 4 club with a thoroughly entertaining match against Horsham which they were unfortunate to lose, for the neutral this was a cracking game & a great advert for this level of football.

Herne Bay 0-1 Whyteleafe

The real Herne Bay team just didn’t turn up today. The visitors appeared fitter and showed tremendous work rate and desire to compete and win every ball.

Hythe Town 3-0 East Grinstead Town

Hythe Town deservedly took all three points in a 3-0 win against East Grinstead Town on Saturday afternoon as a stunning first half hat-trick from Zak Ansah blew the visitors away. 

Deal Town 3-0 Rusthall

After the disappointment of their midweek FA Cup exit Deal bounced back with a comfortable home win over Rusthall on Saturday.

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Kent edge day one at Grace Road

Kent edge day one at Grace Road

Overcast conditions and a lively pitch ensured the bowlers were very much on top as the first day of the Specsavers County Championship match between Leicestershire and Kent ended with honours approximately even.

Shepherd remembers Sobers master class

It was 50 years ago this month that Kent were on the wrong end of an astonishing performance by legendary West Indies captain and all-rounder Sir Garfield Sobers.

Spitfires secure home Quarter Final

Daniel Bell-Drummond hammered his this third Vitality Blast half-century of the season to help Kent finish second in the southern group and set up a home Quarter Final against Lancashire.

Spitfires book Quarter Final place

Kent Spitfires downed South Group leaders Somerset by five runs in a high-scoring thriller in front of the Sky Sports cameras at Canterbury to book their place in the last eight of this year’s Vitality Blast T20.

Blake hoping Spitfires progress

Alex Blake says Kent have all to play for when they take on leaders Somerset in Thursday evening’s south group Vitality Blast clash in Canterbury.

Spitfires edge tight Beckenham win

Half-centuries from Alex Blake and Daniel Bell-Drummond helped Kent hold their nerve and land a three-wicket Vitality Blast T20 win over Middlesex with three balls to spare in Beckenham.

Kent frustrated by Sussex rain

Heavy rain during the day and late afternoon forced the abandonment of Sussex Sharks’ Vitality Blast south group game against Kent Spitfires at Hove, with both sides taking one No Result point.

Tredwell looking towards 2019 season

James Tredwell has started his recuperation from keyhole surgery on a chronic shoulder injury and is aiming to be fit enough to join Kent’s preparations for the 2019 season.

Spitfires outclassed at Canterbury

Miles Hammond’s quickfire first T20 fifty and 32 not out from Ian Cockbain eased Gloucestershire to their sixth Vitality Blast victory of the season in a top-of-the-table clash with Kent at Canterbury.

Spitfires thrash sorry Hampshire

Adam Milne and Marcus Stoinis spearheaded Kent’s attack as they bowled Hampshire out for 88 in a demolition at the Ageas Bowl.

Spitfires down Essex to go top

Despite dropping four catches in a sloppy fielding display Kent moved into first place in the Vitality Blast T20 south group following their 28-run win over basement side Essex in Canterbury.

Spitfires keen to get back winning

Three rain-ruined games in succession have left Kent with everything to play for if they are to progress from this season’s hard-fought Vitality Blast T20 qualifying campaign.

Spitfires frustrated by Cardiff rain

The game between Glamorgan and Kent at Sophia Gardens was abandoned as a draw without a ball being bowled, with the teams awarded a point apiece.

Rain beats Spitfires again

Kent’s Vitality Blast T20 clash with Sussex was abandoned 11.2 overs into the Spitfires’ innings as the hottest day of the year ended in a crescendo lightning, thunderstorms and a sudden deluge of rain over Canterbury.

Dickson backs Kent to bounce back

Kent’s ability to bounce back from adverse results will be fully tested once again on Friday when they welcome Sussex Sharks to The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence for a Vitality Blast T20 local derby (7pm start).

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Macleod happy to be back at Lydden Hill

Macleod happy to be back at Lydden Hill

Don Macleod will be back on “home territory” when he competes in the latest round of this year’s Swift Rallycross Championship at Lydden Hill Circuit on Bank Holiday Monday.

Blog: Ray on Suzuka and BSB

Brad Ray talks about the Suzuka 8 Hours Endurance World Championship final round in Japan, where he was invited to ride for the Yoshimura Suzuki Motul Racing team, along with the British Superbike Championship and his progress in passing his UK motorcycle test. 

Conway targets success at home round

This weekend will mark Mike Conway’s home race in the two-year-long Superseason as the WEC paddock arrives in Silverstone for the third round of the season.

Paffett excels on home circuit

Gary Paffett had a weekend to remember on home soil as the Mercedes-AMG driver extended his championship lead to 29 points after finishing in 6th and 2nd place at Brands Hatch.

Jewiss maintains championship lead

Kiern Jewiss fought hard at Rockingham this past weekend to collect a total of 43 points, with two trips to the podium and a fifth-place finish, helping him to stretch out a 45 point advantage at the top of the British F4 Championship standings.

Motorbase back on the podium

Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher celebrated a return to the rostrum during rounds 19, 20 and 21 of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, with Tom Chilton claiming his fourth podium of the season during an action-packed weekend of racing at Rockingham Speedway.

Double top ten for Lidsey

Increasingly competitive Renault UK Clio Cup driver Brett Lidsey took another big step forward in performance during the seventh event of the season at Rockingham in Northamptonshire over the weekend, with ninth and 10th place finishes in the event’s two races.

Paffett ready for home round

Leading the prestigious German touring car series at the halfway point of the season, Gary Paffett will be looking to add to his 27 point advantage at the top of the Drivers’ Standings as the series races in the UK for the first time since 2013.

Motorbase head to Rockingham

Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher heads to Rockingham Speedway this coming weekend for the seventh Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship meeting of the season, looking to fuel its championship challenge campaign as the series’ title battle heats up.

Jewiss heads to Rockingham

After a sensational start to life in single-seaters, Kiern Jewiss leads the 2018 British F4 Championship in his debut year by 29 points to his nearest rival, Ayrton Simmons, as the series arrives in Northants to contest round seven of the season.

Pidgley joins Team Hard

Ollie Pidgley will step into the fold at the Team HARD-backed outfit from Rockingham this weekend, with the 20-year-old signing a deal that runs until the end of the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

Jewiss selected as BRDC Rising star

The championship lead, five wins and twelve podiums finishes in the 2018 British F4 Championship has not gone unnoticed, and Kiern Jewiss has been selected to join the most successful racing drivers from Great Britain and the Commonwealth at the British Racing Drivers’ Club.

Double podium for Dixon

Jake Dixon and the RAF Regular & Reserve Kawasaki team enjoyed another strong showing at round seven of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship at Thruxton on Sunday with second and third place finishes maintaining his second place overall in the title standings.

Lidsey focussing on strong start

Rockingham in Northamptonshire, one of the most unique challenges on the Renault UK Clio Cup calendar, will host rounds 13 and 14 of the season this coming weekend, where Brett Lidsey is confident of mounting a bid for a brace of top 10 results at the very least. 

DTM next at Brands Hatch

DTM, the world’s fastest touring car race series, returns to Kent’s Brands Hatch after a five-year absence on 11-12 August with the promise of breath-taking wheel-to-wheel action on the epic full Grand Prix circuit.

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Kent Kings come out on top

Kent Kings come out on top

A tale of triumph over adversity, greater than any Hollywood script writer could produce.

Bishop’s Stortford 28-12 Canterbury

In their first test against serious opposition Canterbury came away with plenty of credit in the bank despite finishing on the wrong end of the scoreline.

Stedman joins Dynamos on two way

19 year old forward Jake Stedman will join the Invicta Dynamos on a two-way contract with the NIHL South Division 2’s Mustangs in 2018/19 allowing the skater to test himself at a higher level and add depth to the Mos roster.

Paul selected for European team

Rob Paul has been selected in the Europe team for next month’s Fightmaster Cup against the United States, which is being played at Paul’s “home” course of Walmer & Kingsdown GC.

Kent Exiles set for Quarter Final

After winning their Southern Conference Division One East title last week Kent Exiles American Football team, take on Sussex Thunder from the Central division in the Play-off Quarter Final on Sunday afternoon at Beaverwood Sports Club as they look to make their way to Britbowl.

Five KSI World Champions at Kent Karate

Kimura Shukokai Karate club based in Maidstone were victorious at the recent KSI World Karate Championships held in Stockholm, Sweden.

Dame Kelly set for epic challenge

Double Olympic Champion and charity founder Dame Kelly Holmes will run, cycle and kayak across Malawi in support of improving nutrition – and is looking for 20 teammates to join her.

Kent Kestrels win SDL title

Kent Crayford Kestrels won the 2018 Southern Development League [SDL] title, retaining their 100% record in the competition with three wins against south coast opposition at Iwade on Sunday afternoon.

Asher-Smith looking to Olympics

Kent’s Dina Asher-Smith says her focus is now all on the run-up to the Olympics in 2020 after she confirmed an historic golden sprint treble at the European Championships in Berlin.

Asher-Smith claims 2nd European gold

Kent’s Dina Asher-Smith refused to jinx her historic treble bid after storming to 200m glory at the European Championships.

Canterbury 78-7 Bedlinog

The city club were far too quick and powerful for their Welsh visitors in  this first pre-season friendly as they piled up twelve tries.

Dynamos set up Slough Jets challenges

The Invicta Dynamos will warm-up for the 2018/19 campaign with a pair of challenge games against the Slough Jets.

Make mine a triple

Make mine a triple! That’s what’s happening at Iwade Speedway track this Sunday (12th. August) when the Kent ‘Crayford’ Kestrels go into action, completing their home matches in the Southern Development League [SDL] in one fell swoop: with the visits of the three opponents they’ve yet to host this season. 

Birmingham Brummies 45-45 Kent Kings

When these two teams meet at Perry Barr, the crowd can more often than not be guaranteed a last heat decider and again the visiting Kent SLYDE Kings suffered heat 15 frustration – seeing victory grasped from their reach by a 5-1 by the hosts, which led to a 45-45 draw.

Bainborough aborts Dynamos move

Invicta Dynamos Head Coach Kevin Parrish is back on the lookout for a netminder after goalie Ryan Bainborough cancelled his switch to Gillingham to sign for a club closer to his home.

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