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Gillingham will look to build on Saturday’s point at Rochdale when Preston North End come to Priestfield on Tuesday night.
Some of Kent’s non league sides are in action during the week with Maidstone United and Margate vying for top spot in the Ryman Premier League.
Chris Powell and Alex Dyer were watching from the sidelines as Charlton beat Huddersfield 1-0 in an Under-21 game at the Terriers’ training complex on Monday.
Gillingham boss Peter Taylor was pleased by the fight that his players showed to earn a point at Rochdale on Saturday afternoon.
Gillingham earned themselves only their second point away for home this season thanks to a sharp piece of finishing from Cody McDonald with just seven minutes remaining of their game at Spotland.
It was a mixed weekend for Kent’s non league sides with many in FA Trophy or Kent Senior Trophy action.
It was a tale of two penalties at Hayes Lane with the visitors missing and the home side scoring their respective spot kicks to settle this tight game between two evenly matched teams.
The big pre-game news was that Bob Peeters had opted to revert to his favoured 4-4-2 shape with young Karlan Ahearne-Grant brought in to partner Igor Vetokele up front.
Jamie Turner’s moment of madness proved costly as Welling went down to a late Southport goal.
Dartford yet again failed to get the three points but at least they didn’t concede late & lose all the points, this was a game when both sides had their periods when they dominated the game.
A dreadful first half performance from Whitstable Town ensured that AFC Sudbury will continue into the first qualifying round of the FA Trophy.
“Defensively we were poor today,” said Herne Bay manager Sam Denly, “they’ve let me down, they’ve let the club down today.”
Gillingham defender Devante McKain will spend the next three months on loan with former club Maidenhead United.
Football: it’s a funny old game they say. There we were two nil up inside thirty minutes away at Milton Keynes Dons on the opening day of the season, and all of a sudden for some Gills supporters on various social media sites, we’re heading for promotion by Christmas. By five o’clock in Milton Keynes we are […]
Here is a multi functional session I did today with my U19 side. It’s focusses on decision making in the final third.
Kent have re-appointed Rob Key as their captain for the 2015 campaign following a season of progress under the opening batsman.
Former West Indies batsman Brendan Nash will be back at Kent Cricket for the 2015 season after agreeing a new deal with the club.
Former Kent batsman Joe Denly is back at Canterbury after agreeing to leave Middlesex with a year left on his contract.
Head coach Jimmy Adams has extended his contract at Kent Cricket securing his future with the club.
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After 15 years of service to the club, Ashes winner Geraint Jones left Kent Cricket a few weeks ago and he leaves a great legacy behind him.
Kent wicketkeeper Ryan Davies has been named in the England Development Programme (EDP) squad for 2014-2015.
All-rounder Darren Stevens has told KSN of his delight at signing a new deal with Kent and is looking forward to the future.
Kent batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond and chief executive Jamie Clifford attended a ceremony at Lord’s on Sunday to celebrate the Young Leaders in Cricket project.
With the cricket season now over, Kent’s squad have begun to make their plans for what they will do over the winter period.
Seam bowler Mitchell Claydon is looking forward to leading the Kent attack once again and wants to end his career with the club.
Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens has capped another great season for the club by picking up the Natwest T20 Blast Player of the Year award.
Kent’s Sam Billings is the joint-winner of this year’s Walter Lawrence Trophy, awarded for the fastest hundred of the season.
Kent cricketers Darren Stevens and Sam Billings have been nominated in this season’s PCA Player of the Year awards.
Wicketkeeper batsman Sam Billings took the Player of the Year award at Kent’s end of season awards night on Saturday.
Championship contenders Jota Sport finished in their best ever final finishing place in the European Le Mans Series with a second place.
Jake Dixon ended the 2014 British Supersport season on a high at his home track Brands Hatch last weekend with a strong showing.
Aylesford’s Howie Mainwaring-Smart had his best weekend ever in the British Superbikes with a win and a podium.
Shane Byrne wrote himself into the record books as he won his fourth British Superbike title at Brands Hatch on Sunday.
Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne heads into this weekend’s British Superbikes Showdown at Brands Hatch with just one target and that’s to win the Championship.
Kent driver Laura Tillett is looking forward to the next few weeks after securing a drive in the MRF Challenge over in Qatar, Bahrain and India.
Kent’s Mike Bushell is the 2014 Courier Connections Renault UK Clio Cup champion after a dramatic final round of the season at Brands Hatch.
As the British Touring Car season wound to a close for the year, so did the TOCA support series with Kent drivers impressing.
Kent-based JOTA Sport heads for the fifth and final round of the European Le Mans Series in Portugal on Sunday with its sights set on winning the prestigious title.
As the touring car paddock counted down to the season finale at Brands Hatch, news emerged that Airwaves would be ending their 6-year strong, title sponsorship with local BTCC team, Motorbase.
Jack Mitchell and his Airwaves Racing backed Ginetta G40 secured the 2014 Ginetta Junior Championship title in front of a home crowd at Brands Hatch.
Brands Hatch is set for an almighty Showdown next weekend as the two most successful British Superbikes riders in history go head-to-head for a record-breaking fourth title.
Airwaves Racing turns its attention to its iconic home track as the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship takes to the Brands Hatch GP loop for the 2014 season finale this coming weekend.
Jack Mitchell and his Airwaves Racing backed Ginetta G40 head home to local circuit Brands Hatch as the 2014 Ginetta Junior championship comes to a close on the GP loop this coming weekend.
Buckmore Park hosted the 4th annual Henry Surtees challenge – an event held each year in honour of the late Henry Surtees, raising money and awareness for the subsequent charity, the Henry Surtees Foundation.
Kent Crusaders have announced the opening of their first ever Official 3×3 Competition next month, on 22nd November at Northfleet Technology College.
It was time for ‘thank yous’ all round in the main bar at Kent Speedway club’s Central Park Stadium last Friday with the annual Presentation Event following the CTA Fire Kings’ final home meeting of the 2014 season.
The Invicta Dynamos put on a show as they emphatically thrashed London Raiders 13-3 in the NIHL Southern Cup on Sunday night.
Finland’s Mikko Ilonen is the new Volvo World Match Play Champion after a dominant Sunday performance at the London Golf Club.
The Invicta Dynamos had a bad day at the office on Saturday as they lost 7-4 to the Bracknell Hornets in the NIHL South.
Maidstone came out winners in the local clash against Medway in an entertaining battle on Saturday afternoon.
Canterbury Ladies missed their chance to go top of the Investec Women’s Premier Division with defeat on Saturday.
It was a remarkable Quarter Final Saturday in the Volvo World Matchplay Championship at the London Golf Club.
The long wait for a morale boosting win was ended by a Canterbury side who rediscovered their buzz and energy as they ran in five tries to claim maximum league points.
The final speedway meeting of the season on Friday evening at Central Park, Sittingbourne saw the Kent Kings lose to the Arena Essex Young Hammers as they competed for the Tunnel Trophy.
Holder Graeme McDowell and his Ryder Cup team mate Jamie Donaldson were the big name casualties as the group stages of the Volvo World Match Play Championship drew to a close on Friday evening at the London Golf Club.
How many times have you heard someone on the practice range before a round of golf utter the words “don’t use up all your good shots before you play!” when you rip one right out of the middle and it goes sailing off into the distance?
Two late changes affect the CTA Fire Kings side in this evening’s season closing Tunnel Trophy match vs. Arena Essex Young Hammers.
Champion Graeme McDowell faces a nervy Friday at the London Club after just his third ever defeat at the Volvo World Matchplay Championship.
Canterbury Ladies travel to Surbiton’s Sugden Road base as the top two meet in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division on Saturday.