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Kent Reliance Disability Cup and Trophy success

Kent Reliance Disability Cup and Trophy success

The 2017 Kent Reliance County Cup Finals came to a glorious conclusion at K Sports Cobdown with the very first Kent Reliance Disability Cup & Trophy Tournament.

Gillingham announce retained list

Gillingham have confirmed that four players have been offered new contracts for the 2017/18 Sky Bet League One season.

Pennock completing Gills retained list

Adrian Pennock is hoping to have his retained list at Gillingham completed by this weekend.

How things change in five years

Saturday 14 April 2012, a Bradley Wright-Phillps strike is enoug‎h to give Charlton a 1-0 win at Carlisle.

Busy summer ahead for Cray

Cray Wanderers have been busy in the early part of the close season, arranging an extensive programme of pre-season fixtures and re-signing some familiar faces ready for the new campaign in Isthmian League Division One South.

Pearce set to stay with Addicks

There have been recent reports suggesting that Jason Pearce could leave The Valley this summer, with Birmingham, Bolton and Wigan said to be chasing his signature.

Intense start for the Addicks

Charlton announced two more pre-season friendlies on Monday. They will play Welling and Greenwich Borough on Saturday 15 July.

Pennock and Taylor back with Gills

Adrian Pennock will remain in charge as Head Coach of Gillingham with Peter Taylor back as Director of Football.

Kent Reliance Disability Youth Cup is a success

In glorious Medway Sunday morning sunshine, there were smiles all round as the Kent FA’s first Kent Reliance Disability Youth Cup was hailed a tremendous success on a day that doubled as the Kent Disability League End of Season presentations.

Addicks set for big windfall?

There were stories over the weekend linking former Charlton starlet, Joe Gomez, with a £10m switch to Bournemouth.

Ebbsfleet United 2-1 Chelmsford City

Ten man Ebbsfleet United came from behind to win the National League South play-off final against Chelmsford City on Saturday.  

Welling appoint new management team

Following a disappointing season at Park View Road, Welling United Chairman Mark Goldberg has changed the managerial set up.

Disability Football on the up in Kent

With the start of the Kent Reliance Kent Disability Finals this weekend, KSN has been talking to Brian Gray, the Chairman of the Kent Disability League about the weekend ahead and just how far, from humble beginnings, disabled football has come in the County.

Holmes set to stick with Addicks

There was good news for Addicks fans on Thursday when it was revealed that Player Of The Year, Ricky Holmes, was set to sign an extended deal at The Valley.

Gills future remains on hold

Gillingham fans will be forgiven for wondering what the future holds now the club secured their League One status for next season.

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Kent pair in England squad

Kent pair in England squad

England Women have announced two Kent players in their squad for the ICC Women’s World Cup.

Kent heading for inevitable draw

A remarkable day’s play saw 484 runs scored and 13 wickets fall as Kent, with Darren Stevens inevitably leading the counter-attack, fought back after being reduced to 144-5 replying to Leicestershire’s first innings score of 420.

Kent Cricket League Round Up

Catch up with all the latest from the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League from the weekend.

Bell-Drummond in Lions squad

Kent’s Daniel Bell-Drummond is in an experienced 13-man England Lions squad into a three-match one-day series against South Africa A next month.

Stevens tops Most Valuable Player rankings

Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens is top of the overall Professional Cricketers’ Association Most Valuable Player Rankings as county cricket switches from white to red ball cricket.

Kent focus back on the Championship

Kent can forget their horrific Royal London One-Day Cup campaign and refocus on the season’s main aim of winning county championship promotion when they return to four-day action against Leicestershire at the Fischer County Ground from Friday.

Spitfires end campaign with defeat

Essex Eagles landed their seventh win in eight starts and marched through to the Royal London One-Day Cup semi-finals following a 57-run triumph on the Duckworth/Lewis/Stern method over South Group wooden-spoonists Kent.

Crawley poised to make Spitfires debut

Batsman Zak Crawley could make his pro debut in the Royal London One-Day Cup day-night match at The Spitfire Ground against Essex on Wednesday.

Spitfires come up short in run chase

The spectators basking in glorious sunshine at the St. Helens ground in Swansea were treated to a feast of runs- 697 in all- and two exhilarating centuries by Colin Ingram and Darren Stevens.

Kent Cricket League Round Up

Catch up with all the latest from the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League from the weekend.

Billings disappointed with Spitfires loss

Wicketkeeper batsman Sam Billings was disappointed as the Kent Spitfires lost their latest Royal London One Day Cup clash.

Spitfires taken down by Surrey

Kent succumbed to another defeat in the Royal One Day Cup South Group against neighbours Surrey at The Oval on a day ending in sunshine that had been impacted upon by two rain delays earlier in the day.

Spitfires playing for pride

Kent make the short trip along the M2 to take on Surrey today knowing that they have little more than local pride to play for in this season’s Royal London One-Day Cup qualification campaign.

Spitfires taken down in One Day Cup

Chris Liddle claimed five for 36 as Gloucestershire claimed an unlikely Royal London One-Day Cup win over Kent by 11 runs in glorious Bristol sunshine.

Harris to make Spitfires return

James Harris returns to the Spitfires squad for the Royal London One-Day Cup match against Gloucestershire at Bristol on Wednesday.

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24 hour race debut for Owens

24 hour race debut for Owens

One of the biggest challenges in world motorsport awaits British driverRaoul Owens next weekend, 27th/28th May, when awe-inspiring Eifel track Nurburgring-Nordschleife hosts the annual ADAC Zurich 24 Hour Race.

Dixon to guest in World Superbikes

The Royal Air Force Regular & Reserve Kawasaki team will be making their WorldSBK debut at the upcoming Donington Park round, entering full time MCE British Superbike rider Jake Dixon as a wildcard.

Motorbase team full of hope

Team Shredded Wheat Racing with DUO heads North to Cheshire’s picturesque Oulton Park circuit this coming weekend as the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship reconvenes for rounds 10, 11 and 12.

Mini Bikes heads to Lydd

Lydd Circuit will be host to mini bikes over the upcoming bank holiday weekend as the premier mini bike road racing championship heads to Kent. 

Conway back in Formula E this weekend

Mike Conway makes his Formula E return this week in the Paris ePrix racing for the Faraday Future Dragon Racing team.

50 years of Lydden Hill

Lydden Hill will celebrate fifty years as the birthplace of rallycross with special demonstrations on May 27-28 when the circuit stages the fifth round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy.

Masters Historic Festival to celebrate 50 years of F1 power

The Masters Historic Festival returns to Brands Hatch with a major celebration of Grand Prix racing’s most dominant engine – the Cosworth DFV.

Strong entry list for Lydden Hill

24 600bhp Supercars will descend upon Lydden Hill on 27-28 May for round five of the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy.

Seconds from victory for Conway

Mike Conway finished second at the WEC 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, narrowly missing out on the win by just 1.992 seconds to the sister TOYOTA GAZOO Racing car, the #8 TS050 HYBRID. 

Rollercoaster weekend for Jewiss

Kiern Jewiss maintains his seventh place in the Ginetta Junior Championship and second in the Rookie Championship after scoring valuable points with a damaged car in race one, alongside finishing fourth in race two following an impressive charge through the pack.

Drama for Hill at Thruxton

Jake Hill had a tough weekend in the latest round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at the high speed sweeps of Thruxton, but continued his points-scoring run with a very hard-earned 15th position in his TAG Racing VW Passat CC in the weekend’s final race.

Points at Thruxton for Kent team

Team Shredded Wheat Racing with DUO secured two points finishes during rounds 7, 8 and 9 of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Thruxton at the weekend.

Championship expands to Lydd for some high speed action

The Kent Kart championships added an extra circuit to their schedule this year, with the first of two standalone events at the fast Lydd circuit, not far from Lydd airport.

Bennett latest to head to Lydden Hill

Briton Oliver Bennett has promised to give it his all at the British round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy at Lydden Hill.

Shredded Wheat Racing targeting podiums

Team Shredded Wheat Racing with DUO is hoping for a change in fortunes this coming weekend as the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship gets set to tackle Hampshire’s fast and furious Thruxton circuit.

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International field for Kent event

International field for Kent event

The Mote Squash Club is ready to welcome another top-class international field to the county town next month.

Kent Kings set for Potters clash

The Kent SLYDE Kings seek to maintain their winning start to their 2017 Travel Plus National League [TPNL] campaign when they entertain the Stoke Potters at Central Park this evening.

Dynamos league cast into doubt

The revised league structure for the Invicta Dynamos has been cast into doubt as three teams withdrew on Friday.

Funds boost bringing hockey to the community

A thriving, friendly hockey club has secured a £1,000 donation from leading housebuilder Persimmon Homes South East to open up the sport outside of schools.

Dynamos secure the return of the King

Two time prohockeynews.com NIHL South Division 1 netminder of the season, 2016/17 NIHL Southern Playoff champion and club number one Damien King will return to the Invicta Dynamos in 2017/18 after penning a new deal for the upcoming campaign.

Kent Kings keen to stay 100%

The Kent SLYDE Kings seek to retain their 100% record in this season’s Travel Plus National League [TPNL] when they play host to surprise packets Stoke Potters on Monday.

Kent Exiles back in action

Kent Exiles American Football Team are back in action on Sunday when they entertain London Olympians at Beaverwood Sports Club in Chislehurst, BR7.

Golf trophies coming to Kent

Two of golf’s greatest trophies will visit Kent primary schools next week with just over four weeks to go before the 122nd Amateur Championship gets underway in the county at Royal St. George’s and Prince’s (19-24 June 2017).

Kings taken down in Trophy meeting

The efforts of the Kent SLYDE Kings was not reflected in the final score line as they went down to a 55-34 defeat to Mildenhall at West Row in the side’s first National Trophy [NT] group match of the season. 

Gemili claims third in Diamond League 200m

Kent sprinter Adam Gemili believes there is still more to come after claiming third place in men’s 200m at the Diamond League event in Shanghai.

Kent Kings set for Young Stars tests

With just one Travel Plus National League [TPNL] match contested so far going into the third week of May, it’s time very much to get the league campaign moving for the Kent SLYDE Kings.

Kings set for Mildenhall challenge

Kent SLYDE Kings open their 2017 National Trophy [NT] campaign with a trip to four-times winners of the competition, Mildenhall Fen Tigers on Sunday (14/5).

Going Gung Ho for charity

On 3rd June, ten members of Results Fitness Medway will be completing the 5K Gung-Ho inflatable obstacle course which is taking place at Brands Hatch and raising money for Kent Sports Trust Foundation.

Hot competition for Invicta Pairs

Something of a retro feeling all round at Central Park on Monday evening as the Kent SLYDE Kings club staged their annual celebration of all things Kentish Speedway – with ex-riders from Crayford and Canterbury days of yore in attendance; old club names remembered in the pairings’ titles; and the old style scoring system, rarely […]

New league format for Invicta Dynamos

It’s all change next season for the Invicta Dynamos after a new league format was agreed on Sunday.

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