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Erith Town 2-3 Cray Valley PM

Erith Town 2-3 Cray Valley PM

Veteran striker Kevin Lisbie scored the goal that proved to be the difference in an entertaining game between Erith Town and Cray Valley PM.

Rusthall 0-2 Deal Town

Two Connor Coyne goals enabled Deal to complete the “double” over Premier Division newcomers Rusthall on Wednesday night.

Erith Town v Cray Valley PM preview

Such is their back-log in the Southern Counties East Football League that Erith Town still have six games remaining to complete in twelve days.

Gillingham 0-1 Rotherham United

A solitary first half goal on a balmy Priestfield evening means that Steve Lovell and the Gills are still anxiously looking over their shoulders as the League One season reaches its conclusion.

Thurrock 1-2 Folkestone Invicta

Joe Taylor fired home a fine second half goal to take Invicta past manager Neil Cugley’s 83 points target that should assure them of a place in the end of season play-offs.

Bromley 3-1 Dagenham & Redbridge

A fine second half display from The Ravens after conceding early on was enough to win this game and maintain their very creditable tenth place in The National League.

Tonbridge Angels 0-0 Harlow Town

Tonbridge salvaged a point in a below par performance against a team trying to stay in this league, although they played better on Saturday & lost tonight showed how fickle football can be.

Sittingbourne 2-2 Thamesmead Town

Whatever happens to him in his football career, Sittingbourne under-18 player Dylan Riches won’t ever forget his senior debut.

Shrewsbury Town 0-2 Charlton Athletic

Charlton produced a performance that was in stark contrast to their last two. Quick, energetic with a real hunger to win the game.

Gillingham v Rotherham United preview

Lee Martin serves the final game of his four-match ban when Gillingham host Rotherham United in League One on Tuesday night.

Bromley v Dagenham & Redbridge preview

Bromley continue with their busy end of season National League schedule when they entertain Dagenham & Redbridge at Hayes Lane on Tuesday night.

Sittingbourne v Thamesmead Town preview

Sittingbourne look to continue their excellent finish to the season when they’re at home to in-form Thamesmead Town on Tuesday evening.

Coyle disappointed with lacklustre Wings

Clinging on to hopes of reaching the play-offs, Welling United crashed to a surprising defeat at Whitehawk for whom defeat would have confirmed relegation.

Shrewsbury Town v Charlton Athletic preview

Chris Solly is to undergo exploratory keyhole surgery on his right knee. His knee has given the 27-year-old problems for several years now.

Oldham Athletic 1-1 Gillingham

Gillingham scored a controversial injury-time penalty to snatch a 1-1 draw at relegation-threatened Oldham Athletic.

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Kent slump to Gloucestershire defeat

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.

Podmore delighted with Kent switch

Kent have fortified their pace-bowling attack ahead of the new Specsavers County Championship season by signing 23-year-old Harry Podmore from near neighbours Middlesex.

Kent sign Middlesex bowler

Kent have bolstered their bowling attack with the signing of paceman Harry Podmore from Middlesex.

Kent linked with Podmore move

Kent are being linked with a move for Middlesex seamer Harry Podmore to boost their bowling options.

Downton relishing Kent role

Forty years since winning MCC selection to tour Pakistan as an uncapped Kent player, former wicketkeeper Paul Downton has returned to the county of his roots to take up the club’s new post of director of cricket.

Walker delighted with Donald

After a year of frustration and visa issues cricketing legend Allan Donald has finally joined Kent as their assistant coach and his boss, Matt Walker, couldn’t be more delighted.

Walker optimistic ahead of new season

A busy winter spent re-shaping Kent’s administrative and coaching structures is already paying dividends according to the club’s head coach, Matt Walker.

Kent sign Stoinis for T20 Blast

Kent have signed Australia all-rounder Marcus Stoinis for this summer’s Vitality Blast T20 competition.

Milne returns to Kent for T20 Blast

New Zealand paceman Adam Milne will return to The Spitfire Ground after a record-breaking debut T20 season for Kent.

Henry joins Kent for 2018

New Zealand fast bowler Matt Henry will join Kent for the first half of the 2018 season, subject to international clearance.

Kent announce encouraging results

Kent County Cricket Club has announced today its financial results for the year ending October 31, 2017.

Kent sign South African star

South African batsman Heino Kuhn has signed for Kent, subject to obtaining a visa and registration.

Three Kent players in England squad

England Women have announced their squad for the tour of India with three Kent players earning a call-up.

Northeast leaves Kent for Hampshire

Batsman and former captain Sam Northeast has left Kent and signed for Hampshire on a four year deal.

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Victory for Owens at Nurburgring

Victory for Owens at Nurburgring

Raoul Owens enjoyed the best possible preparation for next month’s huge ADAC 24 Hour event by taking a fantastic SP10 class win at the Nurburgring-Nordschleife on Sunday, 15th April, during the annual ADAC 24 Hour Qualification Race.

Ray leads British Superbikes Championship

Lydd’s Bradley Ray leads the Bennetts British Superbike Championship after a solid home round last weekend at Brands Hatch. 

Thrilling racing at Brands Hatch

The Bennett’s British Superbike Championship returned for its first round at Brands Hatch and the on track action was thrilling.

Soggy Sunday produces great racing

A very soggy Sunday morning greeted the competitors for round 1 of Lydd’s IKR Championship and round 2 of the Kent Kart Championship, which alternates between Bayford Meadows and the Clarke family run venue, situated between lakes in a picturesque corner of the south east.

First win of season for Byrne

Sittingbourne’s Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne got his first win of the season and his eighth victory on the Brands Hatch Indy circuit at the weekend.

Camier set for Aragon

The World Championship heads to Europe for the first time in 2018 as Aragón hosts the third round of the season.

Byrne targeting wins at Brands

Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne is back on track in the second round of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship this weekend at his home track of Brands Hatch.

British Superbikes heads to Brands

The Bennetts British Superbike Championship heads to Brands Hatch this weekend for the second round of the season with two Kent riders leading the way at the top of the standings. 

Barley back in Britcar

Tom Barley will be back on track this weekend as the Dunlop Britcar Championship gets back underway at Rockingham.

Tough weekend for Motorbase

The return to the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship was a tough one for Wrotham based Motorbase Performance at their home race, as their efforts went unrewarded.

Impressive F4 debut for Jewiss

It was a weekend to remember for Kiern Jewiss at Brands Hatch as he enjoyed two trips to the podium during his British F4 debut. Impressing from the outset, the 15-year-old Brit finished this weekend’s three races in 2nd, 4th and 2nd place respectively.

Rudd ready to attack

The Britcar Endurance Championship gets under the way this weekend at Rockingham Motor speedway, and Simon Rudd is ready to get back racing.

BTCC is back with a bang

The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship got underway at a damp Brands Hatch on Sunday afternoon with some excellent racing.

Ovenden back to winning ways

Canterbury based Rallycross driver Tristan Ovenden was looking to return to the top step on Easter Monday at his home circuit of Lydden Hill. The Kent circuit is well suited to The Goody Demolition backed driver and is in fact his personal favourite. The day was to prove troublesome for everyone as the weather was […]

Motorbase set for Carrera Cup return

Motorbase Performance returns to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB Championship on home soil this weekend as the 2018 season gets underway on the Brands Hatch Indy circuit.

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Island Run back for more

Island Run back for more

The Island Run returns on Sunday 6th May, with this year’s event having a new twist to its formula.

Thousands turn out for Yarnold tour

Lizzy Yarnold was given an heroic welcome on an open top bus tour of Sevenoaks and surrounding towns on Wednesday.

Thomas stars in GB test

Kent’s heat leader teen, Jack Thomas had the best meeting of his burgeoning career at Birmingham’s Perry Barr on Wednesday evening – emerging triumphant by beating all comers to take victory in the GB Under 21 Semi-Final.

Awesome foursome set for semi

Kent SLYDE Kings’ awesome foursome of teenagers will be looking to become part of the Magnificent Seven this evening at the re-staging of the GB Under 21 Championship semi-final.

Redingensian Rams 21-14 Canterbury

A massive and courageous defensive effort and a late try earned Canterbury a losing bonus point that was richly deserved.

Medway 59-0 Maidstone

Medway entertained local rivals Maidstone at Priestfields on Sunday seeking the win they needed to keep on track for the promotion play offs.

Revolve 24 back at Brands Hatch

Revolve 24, the 24-hour cycling endurance challenge hosted on the UK’s favourite motor circuit Brands Hatch on 14-16 September has expanded its 2018 programme to offer over 48 hours of cycling action.

Townsend helps England to bronze

Canterbury Hockey Club star Susannah Townsend helped guide England’s women to bronze at the Commonwealth Games.

Commonwealth bronze for Asher-Smith

Kent’s Dina Asher-Smith held on for a bronze medal in the women’s 200m final at the Commonwealth Games.

Time to Push the boat out

New research by the RYA shows that a quarter of people have never tried an outdoor pursuit, yet two in four want to be more active and nearly a third want to get more fresh air.

World Naked Bike Ride cancelled

A planned World Naked Bike Ride in Canterbury next month has been cancelled, partly because organisers of the event were unable to obtain public liability insurance cover for it.

Hawkins beaten in China Open final

Mark Selby defeated Barry Hawkins 11-3 in the final of the China Open to successfully retain the championship in Beijing.

Commonwealth silver for Kent’s Bosworth

Kent speed walker Tom Bosworth just won a silver medal at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Kent Kings beaten in thriller

An excellent all-round team effort by the Kent SLYDE Kings in their debut outing of the 2018 season saw them go down in a last heat decider to Plymouth Devils – securing an away bonus point in this National Trophy [NT] Southern Group opener.

Hawkins into China Open final

Kent’s Barry Hawkins is into the China Open final and will face in form Mark Selby.

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