Grassroots Football News
Ebbsfleet United have confirmed that manager Steve Brown has left his position with the club sitting fourth in the league.
Gillingham have bolstered their defensive options by bringing in QPR defender Max Ehmer on emergency loan until January 3rd.
Supporters of Gillingham will be given a unique opportunity to join the club’s players for a footballing challenge – thanks to Johnstone’s Paint.
Darren Bent is a target for Brighton according to Sky Sports.
Gillingham threw away a two goal lead to be knocked out of the U21 Premier League Cup by Watford at Vicarage Road.
Catch up with all the scores involving Kent’s non league sides with plenty of goals going in on Tuesday night.
Maidstone United progressed into the third round of the League Cup, and a tie with Tonbridge Angels, after a 6-goal demolition of Herne Bay.
Having broken their hoodoo at Braintree Town last season, Welling United returned to the newly named Miles Smith Stadium and again left with three well earned points.
Dartford threw away a two goal lead as they were beaten 4-2 by Chester at Princes Park on Tuesday night.
In this battle between Ryman League Division One North and South strugglers it was the visitors from the Kent Coast who came out on top with the only goal in a game high on effort, but sadly low on end product.
There are some important fixtures on Tuesday night with Dartford, Dover Athletic and Welling United all in action.
Victory over F.C. Halifax Town on Saturday will give Welling United a huge confidence boost going into their game at Braintree Town.
The emergency loan window will close on Thursday until early February, though unattached players can still be signed.
Peterborough United have signed Welling United midfielder Harry Beautyman on an emergency loan with view to signing a permanent deal in January.
Central defender Kortney Hause has been recalled early by Wolverhampton Wanderers from his loan spell with Gillingham.
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.
Former Kent wicketkeeper Geraint Jones has spoken of his delight at joining Gloucestershire on the eve of earning his 50th ODI cap.
Kent have announced that Mark Garaway will be opening proceedings at the annual Coach Development Day with a practical workshop on ‘Action Types’.
Batsman Joe Denly has told KSN of his delight at returning to Kent Cricket and hasn’t ruled out captaining the side in the future.
Kent pair Adam Riley and Sam Billings have been included in the England Lions squads for the tour to South Africa in the New Year.l
Former Kent wicketkeeper Geraint Jones has signed for Gloucestershire on a two-year contract as captain of the side.
Memberships have gone on sale today for Kent Cricket fans to guarantee their ticket for Australia’s first match against the club in 18 years.
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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.
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.
Wrotham based Motorbase performance have welcomed Alex Martin to the family for the 2015 British Touring Car Championship.
Record breaker Shane Byrne has confirmed that he will be remaining in the British Superbike Championship for 2015.
The seventh round of the Buckmore Park club summer championships took place on Sunday; the English summer weather however was a distant memory.
Twenty two year old Jack Cottle has been imprisoned for eight months after entering the track at Brands Hatch during a race.
Mike Conway was back on the top step of the podium at the weekend after victory for Toyota in the six hours of Bahrain.
Mike Bushell the 2014 Renault Clio Cup UK Champion will graduate to the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship for the 2015 season.
Mike Conway is back on track this weekend as the World Endurance Championship returns for the penultimate round of the season.
Chris Threadgill enjoyed the 2014 season in the Triumph Challenge and being back racing in on a regular basis.
Visitors to Modified Live at Brands Hatch this Saturday can join the action on track for what will be a great experience.
Tommy Hill’s new team Be Wiser Kawasaki launched their rider line-up yesterday with a blend of youth and experience.
Do you want to be the next Simon Rudd or Tom Barley then Team HARD have an opportunity that is too good to miss?
Barry Hawkins is hoping the arrival of TV crews at the York Barbican this weekend can fire his passion for snooker.
Four Kent sailors had their outstanding volunteer endeavours recognised by Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal at the annual RYA Volunteer Awards in London.
Both Lizzy Yarnold and Charlotte Evans have been nominated for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.
Invicta Junior Dynamos faced another long road trip this weekend away in Swindon facing the Leopards with a 7.15pm face off on Sunday night!
Medway Park is to stage the prestigious qualifiers for the Handball Under-21 World Championships.
An under strength Invicta Dynamos side were beaten 9-1 by the Guildford Flames in the English Challenge Cup on Sunday night.
The Invicta Dynamos, missing key players were beaten by EPL side Bracknell Bees who gained revenge for the defeat the Dynamos placed on them a fortnight ago.
There was a top of the table clash as Canterbury Ladies hosted Surbiton and it was the visitors who claimed the points with victory by the single goal.
On a weekend where the division’s top four clubs were in action against each other, league leaders Maidstone hosted second placed Tunbridge Wells at The Mote for what looked like being the defining fixture of the first half of the season.
Canterbury have yet to record a win away from home this season and there was little sign of that sorry sequence being ended at Lydney.
Sevenoaks visited Priestfields on Saturday in a must win game for both sides as they were equal on points and sat third and fourth in the league table at the beginning of the day.
Head Coach Kevin Parrish believes this weekend could be one of the toughest yet for the Invicta Dynamos as they face two EPL sides in the English Challenge Cup.
Kent Crusaders secured their place in the National Trophy quarter finals with an 89-74 victory over NASSA at UEL Sports Dock on Thursday evening.
Battling forward Brad Gutridge has secured a full time roster spot with the Invicta Dynamos for the remainder of the campaign.
Invicta Junior Dynamos faced their furthest away game of the season at the weekend, travelling “internationally” to Cardiff in Wales!