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Going into their final game of the season, Welling United need a victory while Kidderminster Harriers have to lose at Southport for the Wings to avoid the wooden spoon.
Bromley complete their debut season in the National League with a Saturday evening game at Hayes Lane where they entertain Aldershot.
Friday 29 April will mark the tenth anniversary of the announcement of Alan Curbishley’s departure from The Valley.
Cray’s hopes of promotion to the Ryman Premier were dashed this evening as three second half goals saw Harlow Town through to the Playoff Final at the expense of Tony Russell’s battling side.
Chris Solly had to be replaced by Marco Motta twelve minutes from the end of the Derby game, after picking up an ankle knock.
Dartford won the 2016 Kent Reliance Senior Cup by beating holders Charlton Athletic in an enjoyable Final played at Princes Park in front of another 1,000 plus gate.
After a tremendous season for Cray and after one of the clubs greatest ever weeks the Wands set off for Harlow Town in their biggest match for years in the Ryman North Playoff Semi Final.
Dartford will look to use home advantage when they face Charlton Athletic as they stage the 127th Kent Reliance Senior Cup Final on Tuesday night.
Gillingham’s play-off hopes took yet another dent as they made it three straight home league defeats.
Catch up with all the results involving Kent’s non league sides over the weekend.
Mark Goldberg’s first game in charge of Welling United ended in a heavy defeat.
Bromley’s last away game of the season ended in defeat as their patched up side were well beaten by a hard working Gateshead side who cashed in on some poor Ravens defending.
Margate’s survival hopes were given a boost thanks to a dramatic 4-3 win over Hemel Hempstead Town.
Dartford came away from today’s game with a slim chance of making the Play-offs & it could have been better as they had chances to win the game at the end.
Brighton took another giant step towards their Premier League dream with a 3-1 win at The Valley on Saturday afternoon.
The ECB will be taking no further action after Kent’s game at Worcestershire was abandoned without a ball being bowled.
Kent secured a draw on the fourth and final day of their Championship match with Leicestershire, taking 10 points from the Division Two encounter.
Mark Cosgrove hit an unbeaten 99 while Darren Stevens took his 500th competitive wicket for Kent on a frustrating third day for the visitors at Leicester.
Kent Women’s bid for a record seventh County Championship title will begin with a double-header away from home this weekend.
Only 6.3 overs of play were possible on day two of Kent’s Championship game away against Leicestershire at the Fischer County Ground.
Daniel Bell-Drummond scored his second century of the season to lead a Kent fightback and share the spoils with Leicestershire after day one of their Specsavers County Championship match at Grace Road.
Kent have named a 15-man squad for their County Championship game away at Leicestershire, scheduled to start on Sunday.
Kent youngster Hugh Bernard is looking to break through into the first team in 2016; his first full year on the staff at the club.
Rob Key believes he leaves Kent in a good state having decided to retire and says the timing is right.
Kent batsman Rob Key has announced that he has decided to retire with immediate effect.
Kent skipper Sam Northeast has expressed his disappointment after his side’s County Championship opener at Worcestershire was completely washed out.
As expected, the final day of Kent’s game at Worcestershire was called off without play, meaning the entire match was abandoned without a ball bowled.
A third consecutive day went by without any play in Kent’s County Championship opener against Worcestershire at New Road.
Kent’s wait to start their County Championship campaign continues, after day two of their game at Worcestershire was again called off without a ball bowled.
Kent opening batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond is excited for the start of the 2016 season after a busy winter overseas with the England Lions.
Bayford Meadows kart circuit hosted the annual ABkc (Association of British kart clubs) ‘0’ plate event for the Honda Cadet class, for ages 9 – 13 last weekend.
Motorbase Performance head to Rockingham this weekend for the latest round of the British GT season, looking to kick start their 2016 season.
Wrotham based Oman Racing Team secured a top four finish at the opening round of the Blancpain Endurance Series last weekend.
Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne is full of confidence ahead of the latest round of the MCE British Superbike season at Oulton Park this weekend.
Tom Jackson got his European Le Man Car series debut season underway at Silverstone a few weeks ago with mixed success.
British driver Guy Wilks has confirmed he will drive at next month’s World RX of Great Britain (27-29 May), round four of the FIA World Rallycross Championship.
Jack Sales enjoyed an excellent debut weekend in the opening weekend of the Caterham R300 series at Brands Hatch.
Esmee Hawkey got her 2016 season underway last weekend at Donington Park in the opening round of the GT Cup Championship.
Rod Birley took his 200th victory at Brands Hatch in the Quaife Motorsport News Saloon Car Championship just over a week ago.
A rejuvenated Buckmore Park circuit welcomed a full paddock of competitors, for the first round of its’ clubs summer championships, which also incorporated round 2 of the Kent Cup.
Wrotham based Oman Racing head to Monza and the Autodromo Nazionale for the opening round of the Blancpain Endurance Series.
Wrotham based Motorbase Performance were back to winning ways last weekend in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
Strood based MBM Motorsport impressed at the latest round of the MSA Formula Championship last weekend at Donington Park.
It was a character building weekend for Jake Hill at the latest round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at the weekend.
It was a successful opening round of the 2016 World Endurance Championship for Mike Conway at the weekend.
Barry Hawkins hailed one of the best wins of his career after holding his nerve to edge Ronnie O’Sullivan in a final frame thriller and reach the World Championship quarter-finals.
It was certainly a case of all Wight on the Night for the rampant Kent SLYDE Kings as they stormed to a club record fourth away win in a row and maintained their 100% record for 2016 at a dusty Smallbrook in Ryde last Thursday.
Hot on the heels of announcing the return of netminder Damien King, Head Coach Kevin Parrish confirmed at the end of season presentation evening that the club’s Player of the Year Ondrej Zosiak would also be back for 2016/17.
The dust has yet to settle on 2015/16 but Head Coach Kevin Parrish has already begun his preparations ahead of the restart in September by re-signing two time prohockeynews.com NIHL South Division 1 netminder of the season Damien King for 2016/17.
Maidstone emerged from this end-of-season encounter convincing winners, 80-21.
A promising lead and the match slipped away from Canterbury in the last twenty minutes of this Kent derby.
“A game of two halves” was certainly the case on Saturday when Medway played Brighton in the final league game of the season.
Kent’s Barry Hawkins moved into the second round of the World Championship with a 10-5 win over China’s Zhang at the Crucible.
It’s a double attraction for Speedway fans at Central Park next Monday, with the return of the Invicta Pairs competition.
Craig Boyne’s double strike in the last ten minutes completed another great escape for Canterbury as for the second year in a row the Kent side avoided relegation via the playoffs.
Maidstone’s six game winning streak came down to earth with a crash, in this 60-22 defeat, at Guildford, on Saturday.
Abi Walker was the hero for Surbiton, pulling off a series of splendid saves in the shootout to bring the trophy back to Sugden Road for a third successive year.
Five tries, five points and a hoist up the league table to a dizzying ninth place gave a serious if not final boost to Canterbury’s prospects of playing National 2 rugby next season.
Eighteen year old Jordan Stubbington made a sensational first full appearance for Medway on Saturday scoring four tries as Medway won away at Twickenham in their penultimate game of the season. Twickenham were fighting for their lives, needing to win to keep afloat any hope of avoiding relegation and nearly salvaged something via a storming […]
Former Manchester United and England star Rio Ferdinand will once again be supporting Why Not Run this weekend.