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Bromley suffer Wembley heartbreak

Bromley suffer Wembley heartbreak

Bromley’s season ended in heartbreak as they lost on penalties in the FA Trophy final.

Time to look forward

Football in England is a relentless slog, with little time to catch your breath.

Addicks looking to new strikeforce

The uncertainty over the ownership of the club is delaying the recruitment of players for next season. With the transfer window n‎ow open, the early birds can snap up some good talent.

Margate start to shape squad

Following the departure of manager Steve Watt on Monday, the management team of Mike Sandmann and Steve Brown have begun to shape the Margate squad ahead of the 2018/19 season. 

Dartford announce retained list

Following the appointment of their new management team, they have wasted no time in getting stuck in and looking at shaping their squad for the 2018/19 season. 

Hythe player updates

Since the season came to an end manager Sam Denly has wasted no time in putting his stamp on his squad for the coming Bostik League South season for 2018/19. 

Busy week for Maidstone

It has been a busy week down at the Gallagher Stadium this week as Jay Saunders and Maidstone United begins to their squad on and off the pitch for the 2018/19 season. 

Retained and Released

This is one of the quieter summers in terms‎ of contracts expiring, only three senior players will be out of contract next month.

Wembley lights up for Sittingbourne

Ahead of this weekend’s Emirates FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium has lit up its iconic arch in the colours of all 737 teams to play in the competition this season, including Sittingbourne Football Club.

New grounds to visit in League One

League One has more annual change than any division in senior English football. Seven of the twenty-three sides a club will play change every season.

Folkestone planning busy summer

With the first of his planned two new signings ‘in the bag’ and a second player expected to complete a move to the Fullicks Stadium over this coming weekend, Invicta manager Neil Cugley says he could not be happier with the club’s situation on or off the field.

Managerial changes at Hollands and Blair

This week has seen managerial changes at Southern Counties East Football League Premier side Hollands and Blair.

Thamesmead partner with Welling Youth

Mr Paul Bowden-Brown – Chairman of BOSTIK League South side Thamesmead Town FC has announced a partnership agreement with Welling Youth.

Former Gills loanee killed in car crash

Former Gillingham loan footballer Jlloyd Samuel has been killed in a car crash at the age of 37.

Bromley ready for Wembley visit

After almost two months of waiting since the semi final Bromley finally make their way to Wembley Stadium on Sunday afternoon where they meet Brackley Town in the FA Trophy Final.

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Kent suffer Middlesex defeat

Kent suffer Middlesex defeat

Paul Stirling equalled his highest score in the Royal London One-day Cup to set up a Middlesex victory as they overcame Kent by 70 runs at Radlett.

Kent slump to One Day defeat

Luke Wells produced an impressive all-round performance as Sussex Sharks got their Royal London One-Day Cup campaign off to a winning start against Kent at Hove.

Walker wants Kent to learn lessons

Kent’s head coach Matthew Walker is telling his Spitfires squad to learn from last season’s harsh white-ball lessons ahead of Thursday’s start to their Royal London One-Day Cup campaign in Hove.

Henry stars as Kent victorious

New Zealand’s Matt Henry was awarded ‘Man of Kent’ status by appreciative home fans after starring with bat and ball during his side’s 58-run Specsavers County Championship win over Sussex in Canterbury.

Walker pleased with Kent contributions

While Darren Stevens and Matt Henry continue to take the bulk of Kent’s championship wickets it is the contribution of the county’s so-called lesser-light bowlers who are attracting most praise from head coach Matt Walker.

Kent romp to Glamorgan victory

There were 36.1 overs remaining when Kent duly completed their second championship win of the season at a sun- drenched Sophia Gardens.

Spitfires bring in Brathwaite

West Indies all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite has signed to play in Kent Spitfires’ opening four matches of the Vitality Blast.

Glamorgan v Kent preview

Kent will travel to Cardiff in good spirits to take on unbeaten Division 2 rivals Glamorgan from Friday in their third match of this season’s 14-game Specsavers County Championship campaign.

Denly hoping to make big impact

Kent’s acting captain Joe Denly is hoping to make a big impact with the bat when the county host Pakistan this weekend for a four-day, first-class fixture at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence.

Henry up for Kent challenge

Kent’s winter recruitment programme paid big dividends over the weekend when overseas signings Heino Kuhn and Matt Henry combined in force to sweep their new side to a first Specsavers County Championship win of the 2018 campaign.

Kent romp to Durham victory

Matt Henry claimed career-best match figures of 12/73 to guide Kent to a comfortable victory over Durham in their Specsavers County Championship Division Two clash at Emirates Riverside.

Smith named as National Selector

The England and Wales Cricket Board have appointed former Kent batsman Ed Smith as the new National Selector.

Walker keen for Kent to bounce back

Kent’s head coach Matt Walker wants his squad to learn “quick lessons” following their humbling home defeat to Gloucestershire in the opening round of this season’s Specsavers County Championship campaign.

Kent slump to Gloucestershire defeat

Gloucestershire duly wrapped up a deserved five-wicket Specsavers County Championship win over Kent with two sessions to spare in sunny Canterbury.

Kuhn at Kent for the long haul

Only three days after landing in England to become Kent’s latest Kolpak signing Heino Kuhn went on to mark his arrival with an unbeaten century against Surrey – and announce that he is planning a career in county cricket for the long haul.

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Paffett claims 22nd DTM win

Paffett claims 22nd DTM win

Bromley’s Gary Paffett has won his 22nd DTM race at the Lausitzring on Sunday in a dominant way.

Byrne expected to make full recovery

British Superbikes champion Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne is expected to make a full recovery after crashing during testing at Snetterton on Thursday.

Paffett heads to happy hunting ground

After a remarkable season-opener at Hockenheim two weeks ago, Gary Paffett will be looking to build on his early-season success as he heads to the Lausitzring for the second round of the 2018 season.

Lidsey heads to Thruxton

Thruxton Circuit in Hampshire, the fastest track on the Renault UK Clio Cup calendar, will host the third event of the 2018 season next weekend, 19th/20th May, where championship front-runner Brett Lidsey is aiming to continue his impressive current momentum. Relishing the prospect of being back at the 2.35-mile track near Andover, 26-year-old MRM driver […]

Team Shredded Wheat head to Thurxton

Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher has its sights set on a change of fortunes this coming weekend as the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship arrives at Hampshire’s fast and furious Thruxton circuit for the third meeting of the 2018 season.

Jewiss heads to Thruxton

Kiern Jewiss will continue his debut season in the British F4 Championship this weekend as the series rolls into the high-speed Thruxton Circuit for the third outing of the 2018 campaign. Getting his maiden F4 season off to a blistering start withone win and four podiums from the first six races of the 2018 season, […]

Double Podium for Motorbase

Porsche Carrera Cup GB rookie Dan Vaughan secured an impressive double podium on his Monza debut over the weekend, with a second and third placed finish during the Championship’s only overseas meeting of the season.  

Pole and Podium for Hawkey

Esmee Hawkey made a big impression on the Porsche Carrera Cup GB paddock this weekend with a stellar performance to claim a race one podium and pole position for race two. The Kent native quickly got to grips with the challenging Monza circuit during free practice, before making it count in Saturday’s qualifying session. She […]

From pit lane to podium

As the weekend rolled into qualifying Mike Conway and Kamui Kobayashi were nominated for the session in the #7 TS050 HYBRID and took pole position with a 1min 54.583secs average of their fastest laps during a qualifying session which was delayed by 45 minutes due to two red flag periods.

Paffett wins season opener

The first round of the 2018 DTM season took place this past weekend with the annual season-opener at the Hockenheimring and there was success for Bromley’s Gary Paffett.

Emphatic victory for Ovenden

Canterbury based Rallycross driver Tristan Ovenden headed to the North Yorkshire Circuit of Croft for round three of the Toyo Tires MSA British Rallycross Championship and came away victorious.

Podium for Byrne at Oulton Park

A weekend that promised so much for Kent’s Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne proved to be quite frustrating for the defending champion, with a third place finish in race one the highlight.

Double podium for Dixon

Jake Dixon and the RAF Regular & Reserve Kawasaki team enjoyed a superb round three of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship as they came away from Oulton Park with brilliant second and third place finishes to firmly get themselves back into title contention.

Strong points for Ray

It was a weekend which yielded solid points-scoring results for Buildbase Suzuki at Oulton Park and round three of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship with Bradley Ray taking fourth and seventh placed finishes aboard the new GSX-R1000 Superbike.

Masters Historic Festival next at Brands Hatch

We are now into May and that means we are nearer to a meeting I always look forward to – as Saturday and Sunday 26th & 27th sees the 12th running of the Masters Historic Festival at Brands Hatch, on the full GP Circuit, with the on track action recalling plenty of the history of […]

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Kent Kings set for big test

Kent Kings set for big test

Kent’s biggest challenge of the home season so far at Central Park Stadium sees the Group leaders, unbeaten Mildenhall Fen Tigers visiting.

Cruel misfortune for Thomas

The cruellest of misfortunes robbed Kent’s Jack Thomas of third pace in the GB Under 19 Championship – having fought his way to an 11 points tally which shared third place on the final score-chart, the 19 year old suffered a sprocket on his clutch basket ripping off right at the beginning of the run-off for […]

Kent Kings 46-43 Plymouth Devils

Move over Lazarus – your role as the ‘coming back from the dead’ specialist has now been taken by the Kent SLYDE Kings after one of the most extraordinary of nights at Central Park Stadium.

Kings foursome in GB U19 title showdown

Kent’s four teen titans go into national individual championship action on Thursday when they contest the GB Under 19 Final being held at Ipswich Speedway’s Foxhall Heath Stadium – 7.30pm start time.

Kent Kings set for Devils test

Kent SLYDE Kings look to get off to winning ways in the 2018 National Trophy [NT] and preserve their long 100% winning record at home (up to 15 matches in all competitions after last Monday’s win over Buxton) when they take on Plymouth Devils at Central Park Stadium on Monday.

Kent Kings set for Eastbourne test

Kent’s National Trophy [NT] campaign continues on Saturday at Eastbourne Speedway with a third Southern Group away match of the season – with the visitors needing to get off the mark to bolster hopes of qualification for the Final.

Kent Exiles to kick off new season

Sunday sees the first home game of the season for Kent Exiles American Football team when they take on Colchester Gladiators at Beaverwood Sports Ground, Beaverwood Road in Chislehurst, BR7, kicking off at 2.30pm.

Opening win for Kent Kings

Kent SLYDE Kings opened their Travel Plus Tours National League [TPTNL] campaign with a 58-31 victory over Buxton Hitmen on a very warm Bank Holiday Monday afternoon at Central Park Stadium.

Hawkins falls at semi-final hurdle

Mark Williams edged a nerve-shredding semi-final with Kent’s Barry Hawkins 17-15 to book a World Championship showdown with John Higgins at the Crucible.

One man, one arm, one mission

Despite losing his arm 10 years ago, one Kent man hasn’t been stopped from completing marathons.

Hawkins books World semi place

Kent’s Barry Hawkins qualified for the World Championship semi-finals after a dominant 13-5 win over a struggling Ding Junhui in the last eight.

Weather forces Kent Kings cancellation

With a ‘Yellow Warning’ in place for heavy rain in the Sittingbourne area for overnight and all day on Monday, the second leg of the challenge versus Birmingham Brummies scheduled for Monday evening at Central Park Stadium has had be cancelled.

Hawkins into World Quarter Final

Kent’s Barry Hawkins secured his place in the World Championship quarter-finals for the sixth year in a row courtesy of a 13-10 win over Lyu Haotian.

Cinderford 34-12 Canterbury

Canterbury’s season ended as it began, with defeat at the hands of a strong and efficient Cinderford who were already crowned National 2 South champions.

Chingford 21-17 Medway

Medway travelled to Essex on Saturday to take on rivals Chingford in their final game of the season looking to win promotion for the second successive season.

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