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Gillingham 4-1 Bristol Rovers

Gillingham 4-1 Bristol Rovers

Gillingham claimed their first home league victory in three months by thrashing Bristol Rovers at Priestfield.

Ebbsfleet United 2-1 Eastleigh

Ebbsfleet United are through to the next round of the FA Trophy in what Daryl McMahon described as a scrappy affair but was pleased that they don’t have to go to Eastleigh on Tuesday when Myles Weston scored the winner in added on time to lead the majority of the crowd in raptures.

Whyteleafe 0-2 Cray Wanderers

Cray Wanderers moved into 2nd place in the Bostik South for the first time this season with a solid victory at Whyteleafe.  The win also stretched Cray’s unbeaten league run to 15 games.

Hartley Wintney 0-2 Bromley

Despite a superb display from Southern League Division One East Hartley Wintney, National League Bromley just did enough to make their way through to the next round of the FA Trophy with two goals in the final quarter of the game at The Memorial Ground on Saturday.

Greenwich Borough 5-1 Sittingbourne

After forty-three minutes of pretty average football, few would have expected what was to follow.

Blackburn Rovers 2-0 Charlton Athletic

Despite dominating the second half for long periods, the Addicks came away empty handed from Ewood Park.

Deal Town 4-2 Rusthall

A late three-goal burst saw Deal come from behind to win their first ever meeting with Rusthall at the Charles Ground on Saturday.

Hythe Town 2-1 Molesey

Hythe came from behind to take all three points in a 2-1 against struggling Molesey on Saturday afternoon at Reachfields.

Whitstable Town 1-2 Cray Valley PM

Cray Valley continued their recent good form and left the Belmont with all three points after coming from behind in a hard fought encounter.

Harlow Town 3-2 Folkestone Invicta

Invicta’s fourth successive defeat saw them forced down two places to joint fifth in the table after Leiston romped to a 5-0 win away at Harrow Borough and Staines were denied victory by a stoppage time equaliser from the home side in their eventual 2-2 draw at Brightlingsea and took over was to third place […]

Tonbridge Angels 1-1 Dulwich Hamlet

This was a game for the purist with much technical ability on offer and two teams that were happy to play a passing game. Dulwich may have done enough to take all the points but Tonbridge never gave up and grew into the game particularly in the second half.

Gillingham v Bristol Rovers preview

Gillingham expect to have defender Bradley Garmston available again following a hamstring problem for the visit of Bristol Rovers.

Blackburn Rovers v Charlton Athletic preview

Charlton could scarcely face a more difficult task as they look to bounce back from last Saturday’s disappointing result against Portsmouth.

Deal Town v Rusthall preview

Deal Town take on SCEL Premier Division “newcomers” Rusthall at the Charles Ground on Saturday.

Gills keeper helping you to be active

Christmas is the most wonderful time of year, and with work and social diaries crammed with festivities, the team at Rob Horswell Training know only too well the difficult challenge of planning a good work out amongst everything else on December’s to-do list.

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Billings named in England ODI squad

Billings named in England ODI squad

Kent vice-captain Sam Billings has been selected in a 16-man England squad for the five-match ODI series versus Australia starting in January.

Kent begin new season at home

Kent begin their Specsavers County Championship promotion bid against Gloucestershire at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence on Friday 13 April.

Kent to take on Pakistan

Kent will welcome Champions Trophy winners Pakistan for a first class match at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence from 28th April 2018.

Spitfires learn T20 Blast fixtures

The Kent Spitfires will begin their Natwest T20 Blast campaign at The Oval on the evening of Friday 6th July 2018.

Clifford to leave Kent

Kent Cricket chief executive Jamie Clifford is to leave after 15 years at the club to take up a senior role at Marylebone Cricket Club.

Gidman commits future to Kent

Kent all-rounder Will Gidman has signed a contract extension and is aiming to contribute with bat and ball in 2018.

Tredwell game a huge success

Stars from Kent Cricket and former Gillingham stars turned out at Folkestone Invicta in memory of the late John Tredwell.

Derbyshire cautioned over Kent abandonment

The Cricket Discipline Commission has cautioned Derbyshire in respect of the abandonment of the Specsavers County Championship match between Derbyshire and Kent at Chesterfield on 19 – 22 September 2017.

Tredwell keen to pull on boots

Kent spinner James Tredwell is looking forward to donning his football boots in memory of his late father.

Jones reflects on trip Down Under

Former Kent and England wicketkeeper Geraint Jones has reflected on his time playing in the Ashes in Australia.

Blake extends Kent contract

Kent batsman Alex Blake has marked a decade since his professional debut by extending his contract.

Football and cricket join for Tredders

Footballers and cricketers from both the professional and semi-pro game will be getting together for a Charity Match at Folkestone Invicta’s Fullicks Stadium on Sunday, November 19th.

More kids getting into cricket

Tens of thousands of boys and girls have played cricket for the first time this summer thanks to All Stars Cricket.

Crawley signs new Kent contract

Zak Crawley has signed a new long-term contract with Kent.

Coles leaves Kent for Essex

Fast bowler Matt Coles has left Kent Cricket and had joined Essex ahead of the 2018 season.

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Clio Cup Junior calendar announced

Clio Cup Junior calendar announced

The Renault UK Clio Cup Junior championship has released race dates for its six-event calendar in 2018.

Bushell back with Team HARD in BTCC

Mike Bushell, who recently took his second Clio Cup title has agreed a deal with Team HARD. and Brisky Racing to return to the BTCC as part of their joint operation to run four cars in 2018.

Team HARD expand to four in BTCC for 2018

In an exciting development, Team HARD. and Brisky Racing have further extended their working relationship and will now expand their operation to run four VW CC’s for 2018 in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

Championship finals at Bayford Meadows

Winter arrived at Bayford Meadows over the weekend for round 10 of the club’s championship at the Swale circuit. A cold wind and low track temperatures gave the competitors some interesting decisions to make over kart set ups and tyre pressures.

The First-Ever Renault Clip Cup Junior Championship

After an exhilarating 8 rounds of racing, the first-ever Clio Cup Junior Championship has come to an exciting end! Read our roundup of the exciting events!

Top Engineer joins Team Hard

Kent based Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship team, Team HARD have announced the signing of experienced and well respected BTCC engineer Geoff Kingston for the 2018 BTCC season.

Great racing at Buckmore Park

There was some fantastic racing at Buckmore Park for the penultimate round of the Summer Championships.

Mike Conway’s season draws to a close in Bahrain

Mike Conway concluded the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship this past weekend in Bahrain as he finished 4th at the ninth, and final, round of the season, the Bapco 6 Hours of Bahrain.

Kiern Jewiss finishes Winter Series as Vice-Champion

Kiern Jewiss ended the two-day Ginetta Junior Winter Series in second place after taking two victories and three podiums at Brands Hatch this past weekend.

Ray confirmed for 2018 BSB season

Lydd’s Bradley Ray has today been confirmed as returning to the British Superbike Championship for 2018, following an impressive debut season in the BSB in 2017.     

Jewiss set for Ginetta Junior Winter series

The tenth instalment of the annual Ginetta Junior Winter Series will take place this weekend at Brands Hatch and for Kiern Jewiss it offers the perfect platform to sign off another successful calendar year.

Conway braced for WEC season finale

Mike Conway aims to end the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship on a high this weekend as he heads east to compete in the final race of the season, the Bapco 6 Hours of Bahrain.

Trio have had their Shredded Wheat

Dunlop, as the Official Tyre Supplier and Title Sponsor to the MSA British Touring Car Championship, has provided an opportunity for three promising drivers to test with a winning team from Britain’s premier racing championship.

Buckmore Park to cease owner driver racing

Buckmore Park is to focus on leisure karting by ceasing owner driver championship racing.

Davenport flies high after Motorbase test

BTCC racer Luke Davenport completed his first official test day back behind the wheel of a touring car joining the Motorbase Performance squad at Norfolk’s Snetterton circuit.

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London Raiders 3-1 Invicta Dynamos

London Raiders 3-1 Invicta Dynamos

It was a marginal league defeat for the Invicta Dynamos on their travels to play the London Raiders.

Chinnor 41-7 Canterbury

This was always going to be a tough afternoon against the slick and unbeaten league leaders but a Canterbury squad showing seven changes can still take some positives from this defeat.

Maidstone 31-34 Sevenoaks

Starting the second half of the season with a game against local rivals, Sevenoaks, should have been the incentive Maidstone required to begin the process of climbing back up the table.

Old Colfeians 19-21 Medway

Medway travelled away to a Kent club for the second week in a row hoping to complete a memorable 2017 against a much improved Old Colfeians team.

Canterbury 15-40 Redingensians Rams

Pack power ruled and it was the Rams who had it as they battered Canterbury to their biggest league defeat of the season.

Maidstone 12-41 Medway

The clash between top and bottom of the table had only one, predictable outcome.

Dynamos bring in new defenceman

Head Coach Kevin Parrish has bolstered his blue line ahead of Sunday’s game against the Swindon Wildcats with the capture of 19 year old defenceman Ross Connolly who returns to the UK having spent several seasons across the pond.

Every Step Counts for Kent walkers

A new FREE gentle, wellbeing walking group, “Every Step Counts” is getting people out and active across Kent.

Big landmark for Holcombe’s Middleton

Holcombe Hockey Club’s Barry Middleton made his 400th international appearance and it ended in dramatic style as England clung on to draw with Australia in their final pool game of the Odisha Hockey World League Final.

Invicta Dynamos 7-2 Cardiff Fire

The Invicta Dynamos got back to winning ways on Sunday night with a comprehensive 7-2 win against Cardiff Fire.

Swindon Wildcats 7-1 Invicta Dynamos

A frustrating second period led to a defeat for the Invicta Dynamos on their travel to the West Country to play the Swindon Wildcats.

London Irish Wild Geese 22-26 Canterbury

This Canterbury side may have its flaws but their courage was never in question as gritty defence earned them a bonus point victory which lifted them to fifth spot in National 2 South.

Chichester 44-26 Maidstone

With six changes to the side that got back to winning ways, last week, Maidstone travelled to high-flying Chichester with a degree of trepidation.

Medway 49-27 Cobham

On Saturday, in front of a large crowd, Medway entertained Surrey side Cobham for the first time ever at Priestfields.

Key opens new training studio

Former Kent Cricket captain and England cricketer Rob Key has opened up an extension to a unique personal training studio on the outskirts of Canterbury.

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