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Lafayette keen to keep Welling up

Lafayette keen to keep Welling up

One of the Welling United supporters favourites during the Jamie Day era returned on loan to the club ready for the home game with Grimsby Town.

Dartford 1-1 Gateshead

Dartford hosted Gateshead at Princes Park on Tuesday night in a must win game in their quest for survival and ended up with a point.

Non League Midweek Round Up

Catch up with all the scores involving Kent’s non league sides with some important results.

Cray Wanderers 3-1 Great Wakering Rovers

Cray took their winning run to four consecutive games and narrowed the gap on the teams just above them as their fight against relegation gained even more momentum with a hard fought win over Great Wakering Rovers.

Burgess Hill Town v Ramsgate preview

The Rams go into this Ryman League Division One South fixture in the bottom three, unfortunately no April Fool for Rams fans, and face a resurgent Burgess Hill Town side who sit top of the tree – The Rams facing a side who, on the first day in April, have only one league defeat registered […]

Gills make decisions on players

Gillingham have offered new contracts to seven players, but have announced that six will be leaving the club.

Simpson enjoying time at Wolves

Defender Aaron Simpson is enjoying his time with Wolves having coming through the system at Soccer Elite FA.

Football Shorts – Tuesday 31st

Keep up to date with all those snippets of football information from around Kent in our new daily round up.

Non League Midweek Fixture List

Catch up with all the fixtures involving Kent’s non league sides over the next few evenings.

May claims Kent Footgolf victory

Chatham Town U21s’ Manager Karl May won the opening tournament of the season at The Strand Footgolf in Gillingham.

Cray looking to avoid the drop

Cray Wanderers take on Great Wakering Rovers at Hayes Lane on Tuesday night looking to extend their run of three consecutive wins and make a remarkable late bid to avoid relegation.

Ramsgate U21s enjoy Footgolf experience

On a perfect Saturday morning for a round of footgolf, Ramsgate U21s’ nattily dressed Josh Jackson romped to victory with a sensational 35 (-1) on Folkestone Sports Centre’s dedicated 9-hole footgolf course.

Welling make it double winning weekend

Welling United’s Under 16s made it double delight by picking up the Kent Cup on Sunday afternoon.

Welling secure Kent Under 15s Cup

Welling United held off a spirited Bridon Ropes fight back to win the Kent FA Under 15s Cup on Sunday.

Edinburgh wants Gills to kick on

Gillingham manager Justin Edinburgh believes his side need to avoid relegation before thinking of challenging for the play-offs.

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Edwards keen to see kids in cricket

Edwards keen to see kids in cricket

Kent and England Women’s captain Charlotte Edwards is calling on more children to take up or get involved in cricket.

Clifford against franchising option

Chief Executive Jamie Clifford believes counties including Kent should resist the temptation of franchising cricket after a disappointing World Cup.

Kent happy with homegrown talent

Chief Executive Jamie Clifford is looking forward to seeing a largely homegrown Kent squad take to the field in the upcoming season.

Clifford looking to the future

Chief Executive Jamie Clifford is looking towards a brighter financial future for Kent Cricket, but warned there will be no overseas signing this season.

Improved financial results for Kent

Kent County Cricket Club has today announced its financial results for the year ending October 31, 2014, presenting another year of improvement.

Tredwell named in England squad

Kent spinner James Tredwell has been named in the 16 man England Test squad to tour the West Indies in April and May.

Kent Cricket sign CCCU partnership

Kent and England captain Charlotte Edwards was in Canterbury on Friday to see Canterbury Christ Church University sign as sponsor of the Kent Cricket Women’s team for a further three years.

Coles makes Kent return

Kent Cricket has re-signed 24-year-old all-rounder Matt Coles just eighteen months after he left for Hampshire.

Coles set for Kent return

All-rounder Matt Coles is poised to make a sensational return to Kent just eighteen months after leaving the club.

Stevens warning for other cricketers

Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens went through two years of “hell” before being cleared of corruption charges.

Tenterden to showcase NatWest CricketForce

Cricket clubs have just one month to sign up for NatWest CricketForce 2015, taking place on the weekend of 27-29 March.

Edwards stars as England victorious

Kent captain Charlotte Edwards starred with the bat as England pulled level at 2-2 with New Zealand in the One Day series.

Football for a fiver at Charlton

Kent County Cricket Club has teamed up with Charlton Athletic FC and are offering you Football For A Fiver once again for the Charlton v Huddersfield match on Saturday 28th.

Kent pair given England call up

Kent seamer Hugh Bernard and wicketkeeper Ryan Davies have been selected for the England Under-19s to face their Australian counterparts.

Comber included in England squad

Kent’s Rob Comber has been named in the England Visually Impaired squad to face India this spring.

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Motor Racing

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British Rallycross heads to Lydden Hill

British Rallycross heads to Lydden Hill

The second round of the MSA British Rallycross Championship arrives at Lydden Hill this Easter weekend.

Tincknell back with Jota Sport

Jota Sport sensationally announced the return of Harry Tincknell yesterday to contest the European Le Mans Series this year.

Rudd ready to race

Simon Rudd is ready to go racing as the 2015 motorsport season gets underway this weekend for the Medway based driver.

BSB is ready to go

The MCE British Superbike Championship for 2015 gets underway this weekend and it is set to be one of the best seasons yet.

BTCC is Go, Go, Go!

It is almost time for the lights to go out on the first race of the MSA Dunlop British Touring Car Championship season for 2015.

Blog: Saloon car challenge

Leaving Single Seaters was a difficult choice to make as I enjoyed racing the single seater car very much and my dream has always been to race in F1.

Threadgill eager to go racing

The 2015 motorsport season really gets underway this coming weekend and Chris Threadgill can’t wait to go racing.

Parker sets sights on Endurance Racing

Dan Parker has turned his attention to Endurance racing for 2015 having missed out on a drive in the Ginetta GT4 challenge.

Where’s Wally takes on huge challenge

This afternoon will see two friends take part in one of their most ambitious challenges yet and boy is it ambitious.

Blog: Atoms for Ellis

Matthew Ellis brings us up-to-date today with the latest news on his racing campaign for the 2015 season.

Bumper grids for Kent Cup opener

The first round of the prestigious Kent Cup which alternates between Bayford Meadows and Buckmore Park, took place at the Sittingbourne kart track on Sunday, along with the first round of the circuit’s summer championships.

Mitchell moves to Clio Cup

West Kingsdown’s Jack Mitchell is making the move into the ultra-competitive Renault UK Clio Cup for the 2015 season.

Third British GT car for Motorbase

Wrotham based Motorbase Performance will be running a third Aston Martin Vantage GT3 V12 for the opening British GT round at Oulton Park over Easter.

Large entry for British Touring Cars

An unprecedented 32-car entry has been confirmed for the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

Jota Sport head testing

Jota Sport are heading for pre-season testing this week but it hasn’t been plain sailing for the team with Nick Yelloly no longer part of their plans.

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Kent set to push the boat out

Kent set to push the boat out

No fewer than 16 sailing clubs and watersports centres across Kent will be offering locals FREE and low cost opportunities to get out on the water and to try a new sport between 9-17 May as part of national RYA Push The Boat Out 2015.

Maidstone one win from Twickenham

Just one more game stands in the way of Maidstone Rugby Club making an historic trip to Twickenham.

Crusaders secure back to back wins

Kent Crusaders went two from two in NBL Division 1 this weekend, winning both games by a combined total of just four points, as both fixtures featured plenty of drama.

May claims Kent Footgolf victory

Chatham Town U21s’ Manager Karl May won the opening tournament of the season at The Strand Footgolf in Gillingham.

Rugby World Cup coming to Kent

On Thursday September 3rd, rugby’s greatest prize, the Webb Ellis Cup, will visit County Hall, Maidstone, during the Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour.

Colts pull off great victory

Invicta Colts faced the Storm in Milton Keynes having slumped to a first leg loss at home last week the Colts had to beat the Storm in their own (new) rink to keep in contention for the league title.

Ramsgate U21s enjoy Footgolf experience

On a perfect Saturday morning for a round of footgolf, Ramsgate U21s’ nattily dressed Josh Jackson romped to victory with a sensational 35 (-1) on Folkestone Sports Centre’s dedicated 9-hole footgolf course.

Dynamos scoop the NIHL Southern Cup

The Invicta Dynamos claimed the NIHL Southern Cup after an epic battle with Chelmsford Chieftains in the two legged final.  

Canterbury boost survival hopes

Canterbury gave their hopes of top-flight survival a boost when they beat Team Bath Buccaneers 7-1 in the NOW: Pensions Men’s Hockey League Promotion Tournament at Cannock on Sunday.

Chelmsford Chieftains 4-4 Invicta Dynamos

A thrilling 4-4 away draw after being 3-0 down at Chelmsford has set-up the makings for a brilliant second leg in Gillingham for the Invicta Dynamos.

Southend 21-26 Canterbury

This was a massive win for Canterbury which lifts them two places up the league table and eleven points clear of the relegation zone.

Deal & Betteshanger 8-20 Maidstone

As was the case in the first half of the season, following last week’s demolition of near neighbours Aylesford; Maidstone were confronted with a different proposition as they travelled to face a Deal & Betteshanger outfit that are always a tough nut to crack on their home territory.

Date with destiny for Dynamos

It all boils down to two games this weekend as the Invicta Dynamos face the Chelmsford Chieftains in the NIHL Southern Cup Final.

Date with the Devils for Dynamos

The Invicta Dynamos face a date with the Solent Devils in the first round of the NIHL Southern Playoffs.

Crusaders split weekend games

Kent Crusaders pulled away in the second half to secure an 85-69 win over fellow NBL Division 1 contenders Reading Rockets on Saturday at Brompton Academy.

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