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Bromley v Maidenhead United – Preview

Bromley v Maidenhead United – Preview

Following a great week for the club‎, which saw progress to the FA Cup First Round and a win over third place Woking, Bromley are back in National League action at Hayes Lane on Tuesday night against Maidenhead Utd. 

Hollands & Blair v Deal Town preview

Perhaps the most unexpected aspect of the Southern Counties East League season thus far is the poor form of Hollands & Blair, who are currently propping up everyone else in the table.

Gills Ladies 3-4 Luton Town Ladies – AET

Gillingham Ladies exit the FA Women’s Premier League Plate at Round One, as Luton Town Ladies recorded a 4-3 victory over the Gills at Chatham Town FC on Sunday afternoon.

Tonbridge Angels Ladies 5-2 Long Lane Development

Angels Ladies came from behind to record an emphatic 5-2 win over their title rivals Long Lane Development on Sunday afternoon.

Coyle proud as Welling extend run

Truly awful weather conditions in an open stadium greeted Welling United as Storm Brian played havoc at Gloucester City’s ground in Evesham.

Gillingham 1-2 Northampton Town

Northampton Town ended a nine-match winless run in all competitions with a crucial victory in their League One basement battle at Gillingham.

Leiston 1-5 Folkestone Invicta

For the second successive season Invicta ended Leiston’s unbeaten home record thanks primarily to a blistering four-goal first half at windblown Victory Road on Saturday.

Sittingbourne 1-1 Chipstead

Praise Sittingbourne’s players for never giving up, and – again – getting a very late goal, this time to rescue a point.

Bromley 2-0 Woking

Bromley continued their recent impressive run of form with a comfortable win over third placed Woking at a blustery Hayes Lane on Saturday afternoon thanks to two identical goals just before half time.

Ebbsfleet United 3-2 Barrow

Fleet moved up to 10th in the National League with three more points this afternoon to record their 300th win at National League/Conference level, though it wasn’t an easy ride as four goals in the last 20 minutes made the result far from from a foregone conclusion.

Thamesmead Town 0-1 Cray Wanderers

Cray Wanderers made it eight matches unbeaten and moved up to fourth in the Bostik South League table with victory at Thamesmead on a blustery afternoon at Princes Park.

Harlow 1-1 Margate

Margate conceded a 93rd minute equaliser at the Harlow Arena as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Harlow as their winless streak stretched to five games in all competitions. 

Walton Casuals 2-2 Hythe Town

Hythe Town came from behind to gain a deserved point in a 2-2 draw on a very windy afternoon at Walton Casuals on Saturday afternoon.

Faversham Town 3-1 VCD Athletic

Faversham made it two wins on the bounce but it must have been the half time talk that got them the victory. This was also the double as they beat VCD on the first day of the season.

Canterbury City 4-3 K Sports

City progressed through to the next round of the FA Vase after just squeaking through this best of seven game at home to K Sports. They were behind once and ahead twice before finally clinching victory in added time.

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Coles leaves Kent for Essex

Coles leaves Kent for Essex

Fast bowler Matt Coles has left Kent Cricket and had joined Essex ahead of the 2018 season.

Fulton and Jones complete Big Bike Ride 3

Former Kent captain David Fulton and wicketkeeper Geraint Jones have completed a gruelling five day charity cycle ride that covered 360 miles of hilly terrain in England and Wales.

Jones back for Big Bike Ride 3

Ashes winning cricketer Geraint Jones is looking forward to visiting two clubs that helped to set him on the road to international first-class cricket when he takes part in Big Bike Ride 3 later this week.

Billings extends Kent contract

England wicketkeeper-batsman Sam Billings has signed a contract extension to stay at Kent Cricket.

Kent pair sign new contracts

All-rounder Darren Stevens and spinner James Tredwell have signed contract extensions with the club.

Stevens keen to extend Kent stay

Kent’s prolific all-rounder Darren Stevens is confident he will soon put pen to paper on a one-year contract extension after enjoying his best ever season with the ball.

Kent end season with defeat

Glamorgan chalked up their third win of the Specsavers County Championship campaign with more than a day to spare after reaching 192 for five in Canterbury to inflict a first home defeat of the season by five wickets upon a weary and downcast Kent side.

Wickets tumble at Canterbury

Glamorgan and Kent enjoyed three thrilling sessions of cut-and-thrust cricket as 15 wickets fell on the second day of this final Specsavers County Championship match of the summer in Canterbury.

Denly stars as Kent take control

Joe Denly’s 23rd first-class century led a spirited Kent fightback on the opening day of their Specsavers County Championship match with Division 2 rivals Glamorgan in Canterbury.

Walker keen to end on a high

Kent’s head coach Matt Walker is challenging his squad to end their testing season on a high as the club prepares for its final game of the Specsavers County Championship at home to Glamorgan from Monday.

Walker – questions need to be asked

Kent head coach Matt Walker said there were questions to answer after the match against Derbyshire at Chesterfield was abandoned without a ball bowled in the entire game.

Kent frustrated again in Derbyshire

Derbyshire’s final home game of the season looks destined to end in a complete wash-out after no play was possible for the third day running in the Division Two match against Kent at Chesterfield.

Frustration for Kent at Chesterfield

Derbyshire remain “committed” to staging first-class cricket at Chesterfield despite another blank day in the Division Two match against Kent.

Stevens – Catches win matches

Darren Stevens claims Kent will need to brush up on their slip fielding skills during the close season if they are to successfully pursue the county’s No 1 ambition of sealing championship promotion next season.

Kent game meanders to a draw

Not even a badly damaged finger could prevent Gareth Roderick from keeping Kent at bay on the final day of Gloucestershire’s Specsavers’ County Championship game in Bristol.

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Brooks finishes season with points finishes

Brooks finishes season with points finishes

Daniel Brooks racing ended their first season of tarmac racing in the Santander KTM RC cup at the Brands Hatch GP circuit last weekend.

Busy weekend at Buckmore Park

Round 6 of the BPKC summer championship incorporated the final rounds of the Kent Kart Championships and also the British F100 series. If that wasn’t enough for karting fans, the MSA Bambino championship runners also packed out the Chatham parkland circuit.

Podium for Conway at Fuji

Mike Conway helped Toyota Racing to a one-two at their home event at the Fuji Speedway on the weekend after an interrupted six-hour race.

Points for Pattett at season finale

Gary Paffett recovered from two difficult qualifying sessions to finish in the points in both of the weekend’s races at Hockenheim in the ninth, and final, round of the DTM season.

Six of the best for Shakey

The King of Brands Hatch and the MCE British Superbike Championship Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne came away from Byrne’s Hatch clutching a sixth title.

Challenging weekend for Dixon

The final round of the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship season proved to be a challenging weekend for Jake Dixon and the RAF Regular & Reserve Kawasaki with just a solitary 12th place finish in the three races at Brands Hatch to show for their efforts.

Conway targets win at Fuji

Mike Conway and TOYOTA GAZOO Racing are targeting a return to winning ways this weekend as the FIA World Endurance Championship heads to the team’s home turf for the seventh round of the season.

Provisional BSB Calendar announced

The 2018 British Superbike provisional calendar has been announced today (Thursday 12 October) following approval by its governing body, the MCRCB.

Camier joins Honda for World Superbikes

Honda Motor Europe and the Red Bull Honda World Superbike Team have announced the signing of Leon Camier, who will join the squad for the 2018 FIM Superbike World Championship.

Podium for Conway

Mike Conway completed a memorable debut at Petit Le Mans by finishing second in his maiden race at Road Atlanta as he teamed up with Action Express Racing for the final time this year.

Paffett looking to end season on a high

Gary Paffett and the DTM paddock head to Hockenheim for the second time this year to contest the 2017 season finale this weekend.

Shakey plans final round fight

The final round out of the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship takes place at Brands Hatch this forthcoming weekend with defending champion Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne still well in the hunt to land his sixth crown.

Byrne set for BSB Brands showdown

Local hero Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne returns to Kent’s world-famous Brands Hatch circuit next weekend (October 13/14/15) aiming to land a record sixth MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship and defend his title for the first time.

Conway set to make Petit Le Mans debut

Mike Conway will make his first appearance at the 2017 Motul Petit Le Mans this weekend as he rejoins Whelen Engineering Racing for the 10-hour race at Road Atlanta.

Jewiss crowned Rookie Champion

The curtain fell on a magnificent debut year in cars for Kiern Jewiss this weekend as he was finally crowned the 2017 Ginetta Junior Rookie Champion at Brands Hatch.

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Bracknell Bees 7-6 Invicta Dynamos

Bracknell Bees 7-6 Invicta Dynamos

It was an unlucky defeat for the Invicta Dynamos in Bracknell on Sunday night with the Kent side losing in overtime.

Foster to tackle 100th Marathon

Most people spend their weekends either tidying the house, doing the DIY, tending to the gardening or walking the dogs.

Invicta Dynamos 2-5 Streatham

The Invicta Dynamos’ hopes of progressing in the NIHL Cup seem all but over after another defeat.

Mixed weekend for Kent’s sides

A Nick Bandurak hat trick helped Holcombe inflict the first defeat of the season on defending champions Surbiton as they ran out 4-2 winners in their home clash.

Taunton Titans 19-14 Canterbury

Canterbury, the in-form side in National 2 South, came within seconds of causing an upset at the home of the unbeaten league leaders in this clash of the day game.

London Cornish 15-59 Medway

Medway travelled to Roehampton on Saturday to take on a London Cornish side who had just had a run of 4 bonus point victories.

Holcombe looking to keep winning

Premier Division leaders Holcombe host reigning champions Surbiton on Saturday, in a repeat of last season’s final in the Investec Women’s Hockey League.

Jackson back with the Dynamos

The Invicta Dynamos have welcomed back the club’s highest points scoring Brit from 2016/17, Prohockeynews.com NIHL South Division 1 All-Star and GB field hockey Olympian Ashley Jackson after the forward returned to Kent from the Basingstoke Bison.

Yarnold to lead Team GB squad

With the small matter of defending an Olympic title rapidly approaching, Lizzy Yarnold is setting her sights on more gold as part of a six-strong team selected for the opening World Cup races of the season.

Blog: Strong weekend for Holcombe

It was a strong weekend for Holcombe under the circumstances.

Cameron wins at Maidstone Marathon

Following on from his impressive performance in the recent Sittingbourne 10 miler where he achieved 3rd place, Thanet athlete Bradley Cameron went two places further this time winning the prestigious Maidstone Marathon on Sunday with not only a personal best but a course record of 2 hours 48 minutes.

Mixed weekend for Kent’s sides

It was a mixed weekend for Kent’s hockey sides with Canterbury and Sevenoaks beaten, with victory for Holcombe.

Dynamos claim overtime win

The Invicta Dynamos concluded a weekend of good team performances with a brilliant overtime victory in Milton Keynes.

Peterborough Phantoms 5-2 Invicta Dynamos

The Dynamos traveled up the M11 without the services of key forward Callum Fowler with coach Kevin Parrish icing 14 skaters.

Canterbury 18-16 Redruth

Two stunning tries from wing Aiden Moss were the highlights of a tense, tough battle which saw Canterbury extend their winning run to six games.

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