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Despite a great comeback from 3-0 down, Gillingham Ladies were knocked out of the Ryman Women’s Cup on Wednesday night, after narrowly losing to Tottenham Hotspur Ladies.
Herne Bay took a strong squad to the Channel Islands and came back with a point after going down to ten men with 22 minutes to go.
Assistant Manager David Kerslake felt it was a vital win as Gillingham beat Rochdale 2-0 on Tuesday night.
Gillingham bounced back to winning ways with a 2-0 win at home to Rochdale on Tuesday night.
Catch up with all the scores involving Kent’s non league sides over the midweek period.
An opening 22 minutes of some of the finest five yard football yet produced by Herne Bay Ladies gave them their first ever victory over The Robins and propelled them into their second semi-final of the season.
Deal suffered their second heavy defeat in the space of four days as Ashford stepped up their pursuit of the Southern Counties East League leaders on Tuesday night.
Gillingham are looking to get back to winning ways against Rochdale at Priestfield on Tuesday night.
Catch up with all the fixtures involving Kent’s non league sides over the midweek period.
Wayne Wilson and Ian Cox have been appointed as Joint Managers of Whitstable Town FC with immediate effect.
In 2010, Pat Neal and Simon Parr were running a number of events in the Welling United FC bar (Band Nights, Race Nights etc.) but were always on the look out for something different.
Down at Lydd Town FC you get the impression they may just be feeling like always being the bridesmaid but never the bride.
Maverick striker, Tony Watt, looks certain to leave The Valley, with Cardiff his likely destination.
Gillingham manager Justin Edinburgh felt his side had a mad twelve minutes as they lost 4-1 at Coventry City.
Gillingham slumped to their biggest defeat of the Edinburgh era and let in four goals for the first time since Matt Smith bagged them all for Bristol City in the JPT at Priestfield back in January.
Kent recorded a 74 per cent rise in NatWest T20 Blast attendances as county cricket recorded the biggest crowds since the England and Wales Cricket Board was established in 1997.
Head Coach Jimmy Adams is positive about the future of Kent Cricket after a season that showed much promise.
The prolific Kent Cricket Academy has welcomed eight new scholars for 2015/16.
Batsman Joe Denly is excited about the future of Kent Cricket after an encouraging season.
Kent bowler Mitchell Claydon is joining the Central Districts Stags this week to bolster their depleted bowling stocks.
Teenage batsman Zak Crawley has signed his first professional contract with Kent.
Former Kent and England fast bowler Alan Igglesden is hosting his 12th charity golf day in aid of Brain Tumour UK at Westerham Golf Club on Friday.
Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens will play for Comilla Victorians in the Bangladesh Premier League next month.
Kent spinner Adam Riley is the latest player that has signed a contract extension.
Kent fast bowler Matt Coles underwent foot surgery on Monday, but should be fine for the new season.
Eight Kent cricketers have put their names forward to play in the Bangladesh Premier League that begins in November.
Kent batsman Fabian Cowdrey has joined Western Suburbs in Sydney’s grade competition for the winter.
Kent wicketkeeper Ryan Davies has signed for Somerset County Cricket Club on a three year deal.
Sam Northeast has been appointed Kent County Cricket Club captain for 2016.
Rob Key has backed both Matt Coles and Sam Northeast to represent England after fine seasons for Kent.
A cold sunny and crisp day welcomed the final round of the year long summer championships, at Sittingbourne’s Bayford Meadows kart circuit.
Today sees a new announcement from Team HARD as they and JamSport Racing announce an exciting new partnership for 2016.
Motorbase recently made a massive statement of intent for the 2016 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship with the arrival of 2013 champion Andrew Jordan.
Kent is able to celebrate a World Motorsports Champion with the news that Ade Clifton on Saturday triumphed in the 2 Litre Stock Car World Championships.
Michael Epps returns to Team HARD for the 2016 Miltek Sport VW Racing Cup as they target the championship.
Tickets for the 2016 World RX of Great Britain at Lydden Hill, round four of the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy, are now on sale.
The penultimate round of the BPKC summer championships took place on Sunday at the picturesque woodland circuit that lies next to the M2 near Chatham.
There was high praise all-round from Motorbase Performance and new signing Andrew Jordan following the 2013 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Champion’s maiden run in the mountune-powered Ford Focus ST earlier this week.
Kent rally driver Louise Cook is battling back to full fitness after having screws removed from her body.
Kent based Team HARD have announced its continued backing of the talented Damani Marcano into 2016.
It was an entertaining weekend of truck racing at Brands Hatch with Mat Summerfield confirmed as the 2015 British Truck Racing Champion.
Families can enjoy a weekend of explosive action at Brands Hatch with Truck Racing and Fireworks headlining.
Laura Tillett is back on track this weekend as the MRF Challenge returns for its first round of the 2015 season.
Mike Conway heads to the penultimate round of the 2015 World Endurance Championship in China this weekend with his Toyota team.
Motorbase Performance has signalled its intent on challenging for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship title next season announcing Andrew Jordan and Pirtek Racing as the first signing for the Kent-based squad’s 2016 campaign.
Invicta Dynamos fan Lee Allen looks back at the past week and the joys of doing parkruns in his exclusive blog.
Famous for its Ultra Marathons races in Kent, the ‘24 Hour Challenge’ from the Challenge Hub takes place between Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th May.
According to recent research, running six miles a week can extend your life by up to three to six years.
Five Kent golf courses have been named in the top 100 golf courses in England for 2016 with one taking top spot.
Pembury-based footgolfer Dan Spice has lifted the 2015 Kent Challenge Cup via a sudden-death playoff hole.
After defeating the Cardiff Devils on Saturday, Invicta Dynamos finished the weekend with a well-earned point at title favourites Chelmsford on Sunday evening.
Kent’s premier hockey clubs faced off in the EHL Premier Division and hockey was the winner.
Royal Tunbridge Wells Monson Swimming Club has been in action on several fronts over the past week as the various league competitions come to their climax.
The Invicta Dynamos made it four wins in five games as they comfortably beat Cardiff NIHL Devils 6-1 on Saturday night.
The steady improvement that Canterbury have shown over the past two matches was clear for all to see as they ended a seven game losing run.
Maidstone travelled to Brighton on the back of a solid win against Twickenham the previous week but were ultimately found wanting in this 22-33 defeat.
On yet another wild and windy Saturday, which has been the norm lately, Medway welcomed Gosport and Fareham RFC to Priestfields for the first time ever.
It’s a big weekend in Kent hockey with both Canterbury Hockey sides taking on their Holcombe counterparts.
Kent Crusaders have had an extraordinary seven staff identified and appointed as national team staff for the 2015-16 season.
Kent sprinter Adam Gemili suspects it is not just Russia that has been engaged in systematic doping within athletics.