Grassroots Football News
Manager Peter Taylor stated he was disappointed with some Gillingham fans after his side lost 3-2 to Chesterfield at Priestfield.
A decent display from Chesterfield saw the visitors take all three points in a game that swung back and forth at Priestfield.
Catch up with all the scores involving Kent’s non league sides from the last weekend of action before Christmas.
Welling United picked up three valuable points at home to Aldershot Town before announcing their new manager.
The Addicks slumped to their fourth defeat on the season at Ewood Park on Saturday.
If the old adage about it being the sign of a good team, that they can win even when they play badly then this bodes well for the title hopes of Mark Goldberg’s side, as Bromley picked up a vital three points with a single goal victory over a rugged St Albans side in front […]
Margate’s recent frustration continued as they lost at home for the first time this season to Peacehaven and Telscombe.
There was little festive cheer around Woodstock Sports, apart from that heading back to the Channel Islands, as Guernsey earned a 2-0 win over a Sittingbourne side that have now failed to score in three consecutive games.
Striker Danny Kedwell could come back into the Gillingham squad for the visit of Chesterfield to Priestfield on Saturday.
For many of Kent’s non league sides, this weekend is there last game before the busy Christmas period.
Following the drama of the last week, the spotlight won’t be shining quite as brightly on Welling United when they entertain Aldershot Town on Saturday.
Charlton have a good recent record at Ewood Park. A stunning strike from Dale Stephens and a goal from Yann Kermorgant sealed a 2-1 win two seasons ago and a Simon Church strike was enough to seal the points last season.
Invicta set out on a mission on Saturday when they travel to Surrey to take on Chipstead – the only club other than promoted champions Peacehaven to complete a Ryman One South double league double over Neil Cugley’s side last season. “Don’t remind me!” exclaimed boss Cugley as we recounted those two results. “It wasn’t […]
The Margate Rotary Sleigh, together with Father Christmas will be at Margate FC on Saturday for the match with Peacehaven & Telscombe.
Gills defender Callum Davies could miss the rest of the season after picking an ankle injury whilst on loan with Dover Athletic.
Kent spinner James Tredwell has been named in the 15 man England squad for the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
Rose Leigh-Pemberton, Lady Kingsdown OBE has been appointed Kent Cricket’s President elect for 2015.
Kent captain Rob Key has backed Sam Billings to shine after the wicketkeeper earned a call up to the England World Cup squad.
Kent’s Sam Billings has been called into the 30 man provisional England squad for the 2015 World Cup as a replacement for Craig Kieswetter.
Kent batsman Chris Piesley has been awarded the 2nd XI Player of the Year trophy after a brilliant summer with the bat.
Stand in captain Eoin Morgan believes the absence of James Tredwell from the England side might have contributed to the loss to Sri Lanka.
Kent spinner James Tredwell says that the England squad has been frustrated by an inconsistent start to the tour of Sri Lanka.
Kent captain Rob Key has welcomed the return of cricket to Beckenham in 2015 after the fixtures were announced on Friday morning.
Kent’s 2015 schedule will see an Australian double-header at Canterbury and the return to The County Ground at Beckenham.
Kent captain Rob Key has paid tribute to Phillip Hughes after the Australian batsman died overnight.
Kent players have paid their respects to Australian batsman Phillip Hughes who tragically died overnight.
Kent and England women’s cricketer Tammy Beaumont’s contribution to cricket helped her pick up a special honour at the Chance to Shine Annual Awards.
Kent spinner Adam Riley has won the Brian Johnston Memorial Trust (BJMT) Spin Bowling Award after a fine first full season in county cricket.
England spinner James Tredwell has committed his future to Kent, signing an extension to his contract.
The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence in Canterbury will play host to an Ashes Test match in 2015 with England Women to face Australia at the home of Kent Cricket.
Team HARD recently announced the arrival of teenage sensation Damani Marcano to its young driver development programme for 2015.
Team HARD have today announced that they will be launching a team and taking part in the Renault UK Clio Cup in 2015.
For the third successive year American Speedfest, the greatest celebration of American motor racing on this side of the Atlantic, will be held at Brands Hatch.
Tom Jackson had a solid debut season in the BRDC Formula Four as he made the move into single seaters for the first time.
Brett Lidsey will return to the Michelin Clio Cup race series in 2015 and he is set to be joined by his younger brother Tyler.
Andy Wilmot is looking forward to making a return to the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship with Welch Motorsport.
With the 2014 season over, the driving movements are underway for 2015 and the Renault UK Clio Cup is no exception.
British Superbike Champion Shane Byrne is teaming up with up and coming racing prospect Jake Dixon.
After making his debut in the 2013 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, Andy Wilmot has today announced he will compete in his first full season in 2015.
In the season finale of the FIA World Endurance Championship Mike Conway finished fourth in Brazil last weekend.
Jake Dixon will make the move to Smiths Racing for the 2015 British Supersport Championship on board their Triumph machine.
Mike Conway returns to action in the World Endurance Championship this weekend in the season finale.
HHC Motorsport’s Will Palmer kept his cool in treacherous conditions at Brands Hatch to win the BRDC F4 Winter Championship, securing the title in style with victory in the final race.
It has been confirmed that Howie Mainwaring will be racing in the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship for 2015.
Laura Tillett brings us up-to-date today with the latest goings on since she was last racing on track and it has been a busy few weeks.
The Invicta Dynamos gave their fans the perfect Christmas present beating Chelmsford Chieftains 6-2 to move three points clear at the top of the league.
Eleven goals scored, a new import secured, a busy penalty box was all part of the drama as the Invicta Dynamos secured two crucial points to go top of the league ready for the top of the league clash at Gillingham on Sunday against the Chelmsford Chieftains.
Maidstone entered the second half of the league campaign with a solid/convincing win over Ashford on Saturday afternoon.
Head Coach Kevin Parrish is expecting a tough weekend for his Invicta Dynamos side as they look to go top of the table.
Estonian import Ilja Urushev has rocked the Invicta Dynamos by opting to depart the club after just two appearances.
The decision to reduce the team points limit to 36 has meant that two Kent Kings stalwarts from both of the last two seasons now can’t be included in the 2015 line-up.
Royal St George’s, where Darren Clarke won The Open in 2011, will host the Amateur Championship for the 14th time in 2017, with the qualifying stroke play rounds also being played at nearby Prince’s.
Olympic skeleton gold medal winner Lizzy Yarnold will have to sit out the second World Cup event of the season in Calgary this week after receiving medical advice.
After a victorious win over the Wightlink Raiders on Saturday, the Invicta Dynamos came away from Milton Keynes with a good win under their belts to complete a four point weekend.
After losing both their opening matches on Saturday, Canterbury kick-started their campaign in the Hockey 5s Championship Women’s Premier Division with two wins on Sunday at Bromsgrove School.
Ugly scenes marred the end of the game as the Invicta Dynamos beat Wightlink Raiders 3-1 in the league on Saturday night.
A poor Canterbury side were outplayed in virtually all departments as they plunged to their biggest home defeat of the season.
After last week’s high of what was an expected convincing local derby win, this week saw the side back at The Mote for what was always going to be a far more competitive affair to complete the first half of the season’s league campaign.
Lizzy Yarnold made a flying start to the Skeleton World Cup season with victory in the opening round in the United States.
Head Coach Kevin Parrish wants four more points from the Invicta Dynamos as they face a weekend of two league fixtures.