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Brighton & Hove Albion are being linked with a transfer window move for Gillingham attacking midfielder Bradley Dack.
Bradley Dack struck in extra-time as Gillingham came from behind to stun Premier League side Watford 2-1 and reach the third round of the EFL Cup.
On a warm evening in Bromley, Holmesdale recorded their first win of the new season with a solid display of attacking football and solid defending that could well kick start their SCEFL Division One league campaign.
Gillingham Ladies FC kicked off the new FA Women’s Premier League South East Division One season with a draw at Luton Town Ladies.
Gillingham are expected to make changes for their EFL Cup Second Round tie against Watford at Vicarage Road on Tuesday night.
Yet another penalty decision confined Welling United to defeat at home to St Albans City.
An impressive performance from Shaun Welford ensured Ashford United progressed to the first qualifying round of the FA Cup, upsetting Three Bridges in the process. Welford’s second half strike was the difference at Homelands Stadium.
Faversham are through to the next round of the F.A.Cup and with it a cheque for £1925 but what a scare Epsom gave them.
On a very entertaining afternoon of football packed with incident, it was Bromley who just came out on top and secured their first win of the National League season over an inform Gateshead at Hayes Lane on Saturday.
The Wands made it through to the 1st Qualifying Round of the FA Cup for the sixteenth consecutive season after victory against Combined Counties Premier Division side Badshot Lea at the Shawfield Stadium.
Thamesmead Town boss Tommy Warrilow was left frustrated and a touch relieved after his sides FA Cup draw in the Channel Islands first ever FA Cup tie on Saturday.
Despite a dominant second-half display at their higher league Ryman League opponents The Becks’ bowed out of the FA Cup at the preliminary round stage losing 2-1 at Chipstead.
Gillingham’s unbeaten start to the League One season ended with a comprehensive 5-0 thrashing at Scunthorpe United.
Two Nicky Ajose strikes either side of a Kieron Morris goal, were enough to give Russell Slade his first away win as Charlton manager.
The versatile Callum Davies has joined Folkestone Invicta on loan for three months from Maidstone United today.
Darren Stevens hit his first century of the season as Kent’s batsmen moved them into a strong position on day two of their game with Gloucestershire.
Hardus Viljoen took five wickets on his Kent debut as Gloucestershire were bowled out for 221 on day one at the Bristol County Ground.
Batsman Sean Dickson has pledged his future to Kent by signing a long-term contract extension with the club.
Sam Northeast felt his Kent Spitfires side could take pride from their performance after their Royal London One Day Cup defeat to Yorkshire.
Kent have signed South Africa fast bowler Hardus Viljoen for the remaining four matches of the Specsavers County Championship season.
Kent Spitfires narrowly missed out on a Royal London One-Day Cup semi-final as they were beaten by 11 runs by Yorkshire Vikings at Canterbury.
Kent have named a 12-man squad for their crunch Royal London One-Day Cup quarter-final clash against the Yorkshire Vikings at Canterbury tomorrow.
Kent batsman Joe Denly has signed a long-term contract extension.
Catch up with all the latest from the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League from the weekend.
As he approaches his 500th appearance across the county formats and having won 74 international caps with England James Tredwell has been named as Kent’s popular and deserved beneficiary for 2017.
Former Kent and England wicketkeeper Geraint Jones is leading an MCC tour to the Netherlands.
England Under-19s have added Kent fast bowler Hugh Bernard to their squad for the Royal London One-Day Series against Sri Lanka, which starts at Wormsley on Wednesday.
Kent County Cricket Club has donated Kwik Cricket equipment to their namesakes in Sierra Leone.
Fast bowler Mitch Claydon has pledged his future to Kent by signing a new contract.
On Friday, my annual trip to Canterbury to see Kent CCC was made, as usual, during the cricket festival week.
The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship returns this weekend and Wrotham based Motorbase Performance will be targeting further victories as they head to Rockingham.
Gary Paffett celebrated his 140th DTM start in perfect style this weekend, claiming a podium finish as part of a Mercedes top-four lock-out in Saturday’s race at the Moscow Raceway.
Tunbridge Wells based rider Danny Webb has joined Team Classic Suzuki for this year’s Classic TT on the Isle of Man, with the 25-year-old standing in for the injured Lee Johnston and racing the team’s second XR69, alongside team-mate and winner of last year’s F1 race, Michael Dunlop.
The British Rallycross Championship in association with Odyssey Batteries makes its second visit to Lydden Hill, the spiritual home of Rallycross, on the August Bank Holiday Monday.
British Olympic hero Jason Kenny will swap two wheels for four at Brands Hatch this weekend, when he takes to the wheel of a Radical SR3 RSX in the Radical Challenge Championship on the full Grand Prix circuit.
Howie Mainwaring-Smart will be linking up with Tommy Hill and the ePayMe Yamaha team in the next round of the MCE British Superbike Championship at Cadwell Park.
On it’s annual trip north of the border to the twists and crests of the tight Knockhill circuit near Dunfermline, the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship saw battles in every race and more points for RCIB Insurance Racing’s top-scoring driver Jake Hill.
Esmee Hawkey scored two podium finishes as the GT Cup championship returned to the Donington Park circuit for rounds 15, 16 & 17. The East Midlands circuit hosted the opening rounds on the national circuit but the drivers would this time take on the full Grand Prix circuit configuration.
Canterbury’s Ross Twyman is continuing to impress in the Dickies British Supersport series, despite not having the best of weekend’s at Brands Hatch.
Wrotham based Motorbase Performance were rewarded for their efforts in the latest round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, which saw them win the final race of the weekend.
The British 24 hour Karting event takes place this weekend at Teeside Autodrome in Middlesbrough and Team LJR will be there defending their title.
So the weekend saw us head up to Snetterton, Norfolk for rounds 9 & 10 of the VW Racing Cup. After the bad times we had at Spa and Silverstone we were upbeat about this weekend and confident of securing a real good result to get things back on track.
Wrotham based Motorbase Performance are back on track for the latest round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship this weekend, as the season moves to Knockhill in Scotland.
A sunny Snetterton welcomed the British GT paddock as racers faced their penultimate weekend of the season with many hoping to keep title chances alive.
There will be a Mediterranean feel to Brands Hatch this Sunday as the famous motor racing venue hosts the inaugural Festival Italia, with Formula 1 and supercars, racing, plus Italian-themed food and music.
Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston, the current Spanish Open champion, is the guest of honour on the opening day of the London Golf Show, which takes place at Glow, Bluewater from Friday to Sunday.
Brands Hatch fans and keen cyclists are invited to join British Olympic hero Jason Kenny OBE at the Revolve24 event on 10-11 September, which offers a variety of cycling challenges to suit all abilities, including a 24 hour race.
Unlocking tight defences will be an important factor if Canterbury are to make an impact on the new season.
Kent’s Dina Asher-Smith will return to the county with an Olympic medal after securing a bronze in Rio.
Five Kent hockey stars will return to the county with Olympic gold medals having won their final on Friday night.
27 year old forward Anthony Baskerville is set to bring his lightning speed to the Invicta Dynamos in 2016/17.
To the extent that such a narrow win (just three points separated the teams at the end) can avoid too much stress, this was a relatively comfortable evening for the Kent SLYDE Kings
Invicta Dynamos Head Coach Kevin Parrish has filled his ‘import’ quota for 2016/17 with the capture of 23 year old forward Adam Rehak from the Czech Republic with the skater arriving in Kent for his first season in UK hockey.
Bryony Shaw admitted she felt “unfulfilled” after finishing her Rio 2016 in ninth overall.
The Great Britain and Ireland team to face the Continent of Europe in the Jacques Leglise Trophy match at Prince’s in Kent later this month was announced by The R&A today.
Canterbury rugby chief Andy Pratt will have taken quiet satisfaction from this first of three pre-season friendly games.
The Invicta Dynamos have announced an exciting new partnership to celebrate their 20th season.
Until this season, Kent’s Central Park has held the distinction of being the UK’s newest Speedway circuit; that’s no longer the case though, thanks to Monday’s (15/8) visitors, the Belle Vue Colts. Conversely though, Belle Vue are the oldest (and arguably) most famous Speedway club in the world!
The Premier League Grand Final will be coming to the official home of England Wheelchair Rugby, Medway Park this September.
Sometimes one can look at a moment and reflect, usually by definition retrospectively, that a team’s season was rescued in a single race.