Grassroots Football News
Welling Park Claim Victory
Solitary Strike Enough For AEI Sports
Willesbororugh Athletic Fire To Kent Cup Glory
Freiter Focused On Senior Cup Final
Charlton Skipper Excited For Priestfield Finale
After another day of finals, the last one of the day – the Sunday Premier – saw Quested ease to yet another Kent Cup triumph as they saw off the challenge of Hollingbourne.
Cray secured their Ryman League status with a fine 4-1 win over Tilbury at Hayes Lane on Sunday afternoon with an impressive team display completing their ninth win in a row.
The second of Sunday’s triple header of County Finals at the Gallagher Stadium in Maidstone continued with Lullingstone winning the Kent Sunday Cup with victory over Tonbridge Six in One.
Sunday’s triple header of County Finals at the Gallagher Stadium in Maidstone kicked off with the intriguing battle for the Sunday Trophy between Spartans (from the Herne Bay and Whitstable Leagues) and Manorwood (from Orpington and Bromley).
Manager Justin Edinburgh feels there is still room for improvement after Gillingham beat nine man Rochdale 1-0 on Saturday.
Welling Park claimed the Kent FA Junior Cup A trophy after beating Canterbury City Saints 3-1 in a tough game.
Gillingham made it back-to-back home wins for the first time since February as they beat nine-man Rochdale 1-0 at Priestfield.
It was promotion for both Bromley and Maidstone United on a great afternoon for some of Kent’s clubs.
Bromley secured their first title since 1961 and were promoted to the Conference Premier with victory on Saturday.
Despite being reduced to ten men within the first fifteen minutes, Welling United left Alfreton Town disappointed in only claiming one point.
A sunny afternoon at The Valley looked as though it was going to deliver a disappointing result to the Addicks at the interval.
Thamesmead Town ended their home season with a third successive 1-0 home win – this time shooting down the Swifts from Heybridge with a bit to spare.
Blair won the Kent Invicta League and as from Saturday morning they were told win it and you will be promoted.
A single goal was enough for AEI Sports as they defeated Gillingham Town to win the Kent FA Junior Cup Group B Final.
An impressive hat trick from Luke Burdon was the difference as Willesborough Athletic defeated Signdoc FC 3-0 in the Kent FA Junior Cup group C final. The game marked the beginning of another weekend of Kent FA finals with these sets of games being part of the county FA’s Set Your Stall campaign, promoting the […]
Essex launched a fine recovery to leave themselves slight favourites to beat Kent in their County Championship Division Two duel at Chelmsford.
Essex and Kent found themselves locked in an intriguing duel as they battled for supremacy on the opening day of their County Championship Division Two clash at Chelmsford.
All-rounder Darren Stevens is looking forward to what will be his 19th season as a professional cricketer when Kent start their new campaign on Sunday.
Kent have named a 12-man squad to play Essex in the LV= County Championship opener at The Essex County Ground in Chelmsford, starting on Sunday.
Mitchell Claydon is looking forward to another season with Kent and is relishing the prospect of leading the bowling attack.
Head Coach Jimmy Adams has told KSN bringing wicketkeeper Adam Rouse into Kent Cricket is to provide adequate cover for Sam Billings.
Head Coach Jimmy Adams believes the young prospects at Kent Cricket have the potential to come good and win silverware this season.
Spinner Adam Riley is predicting an exciting season ahead for Kent Cricket with so many homegrown players in the squad.
Kent spinner James Tredwell wants to nail down a spot in the England Test team having been largely overlooked for the World Cup.
Kent wicketkeeper Sam Billings is playing down talk of being selected for England this summer and wants to focus on the job in hand.
Kent and England Women’s captain Charlotte Edwards is calling on more children to take up or get involved in cricket.
Chief Executive Jamie Clifford believes counties including Kent should resist the temptation of franchising cricket after a disappointing World Cup.
Chief Executive Jamie Clifford is looking forward to seeing a largely homegrown Kent squad take to the field in the upcoming season.
Chief Executive Jamie Clifford is looking towards a brighter financial future for Kent Cricket, but warned there will be no overseas signing this season.
Kent County Cricket Club has today announced its financial results for the year ending October 31, 2014, presenting another year of improvement.
Mike Bushell had a weekend to forget in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship last weekend at Donington Park.
Tommy Hill and his BeWiser Kawasaki squad had a good weekend with points finishes for both riders at Brands Hatch.
There were thrills and spills aplenty at Brands Hatch in the latest round of the MCE British Superbike Championship.
Jake Dixon rounded off a tough weekend in the British Supersport championship with a podium finish at Brands Hatch on Sunday afternoon.
May the fourth be with you, and it will be, just a day after the third of May at Buckmore Park.
Harry Tincknell has been announced as racing for Jota Sport at the next round of the FIA World Endurance Championship.
As the Blancpain Endurance Series got underway last weekend, it was a tough season opener for Oman Racing Team.
With the second weekend of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car championship now upon us, Mike Bushell is targeting a top ten finish at Donington Park.
Kent’s Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne is back at his home track of Brands Hatch this weekend for the first time since he won the 2014 MCE British Superbike title there.
The MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship comes to town this weekend, as the second round of the season takes to Brands Hatch.
Kent’s very own Liam Doran will be joining forces for the FIA World Rallycross Championship with reigning champion Petter Solberg.
The Michelin Clio Cup Series got underway for the 2015 season at Rockingham and Brett and Tyler Lidsey had weekends to remember.
This weekend see’s the second round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship head to Donington Park.
Motorsport legend John Surtees OBE has bought Kent kart circuit Buckmore Park for an undisclosed sum.
The opening weekend of the British Truck Racing Championship didn’t disappoint at Brands Hatch with excitement aplenty throughout the weekend.
The Kent SLYDE Kings put in an excellent fighting performance up at the home of the three-times League Champs, Mildenhall before going down to a seven point defeat 41-48 to the Fen Tigers.
The Invicta Dynamos’ season ended in play-off final defeat to a determined Wightlink Raiders side on Sunday night.
Surbiton capped a terrific domestic campaign with a 2-1 win over Canterbury in the Investec Women’s Hockey Championship final.
The Kent SLYDE Kings travel to Suffolk on Sunday to take on Mildenhall in their first City Gearboxes National League match of the 2015 season.
The future is very much in the spotlight at the Central Park Stadium home of Kent SLYDE Kings Speedway on Monday with the inaugural staging of the Buckmore Park Karting-sponsored Futurama – a 12 rider, 15 heat individual championship meeting.
The Invicta Dynamos dug deep but lost by a slim line one goal difference as they look to turn around their fortunes in the home leg.
Canterbury Ladies set up a repeat of last year’s final with Surbiton as they edged past Clifton in an exciting game which finished 2-1 to the Kent side.
The Invicta Dynamos go into their final weekend of the season knowing two good games could see them pick up more silverware.
Kent Crusaders booked their place in the NBL Senior Men’s Final Four after a slim 63-61 win over Reading Rockets in the quarter-finals on Saturday at Brompton Academy.
In a thrilling game in Sheffield, Kent Crusaders III won the National Founders Cup 80-64 over Oxford Brooks.
On Saturday, Tonbridge Golf Centre played host to the second of its monthly official UK Footgolf Association stroke play singles tournaments on its recently opened par-38 9-hole footgolf course.
Royal Tunbridge Wells Monson Swimming Club (Monson) swimmers began their campaign for qualification for this year’s British and English summer nationals in style at the Beckenham International held at Crystal Palace last weekend with 21 Gold, 8 Silver and 7 Bronze medals to show for their efforts.
The Invicta Dynamos reached their second final in a matter of weeks after defeating a defiant MK Thunder team in the semi-final of the play-offs.
Both Canterbury and Holcombe sealed their places in the Premier League with victories at the weekend.
Invicta Dynamos came away from Milton Keynes with a crucial two goal lead heading into Sunday’s second leg showdown.