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The Gills kicked off their Checkatrade.com Trophy campaign this evening with a defeat at home against Luton Town.
Nikki Bull may be facing a goalkeeping crisis at Margate. Speaking to the press after his side’s 4-0 loss at Ebbsfleet he admitted that he may need to come out of retirement temporarily.
Gillingham are back in action tomorrow evening fresh off the back of their two victories in the last week.
Chatham are still looking for their first win of the season whilst Cray kept up their unbeaten record, Cray deserved the win as they passed the ball better and took their chances.
After Welling United’s well deserved away point on Saturday, they crashed to their fourth successive home defeat.
In front of a much improved home crowd Bromley were taught a harsh lesson by their affluent visitors who totally dominated the game and gave a masterclass in how to play against ten men after Conor Dymond was sent off at 2-0.
Ebbsfleet United ensured they ended August unbeaten after beating Margate 4-0 as the Thanet side’s issues went on.
Thamesmead Town were left ruing some sloppy defending as they were three times pegged back by a spirited and pacey Aveley as the two side’s shared the Bank Holiday spoils at Bayliss Avenue.
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Charlton still have plenty of business they want to do before the summer transfer window slams shut at 11.00pm on Wednesday. Contracts are complex and time consuming these days, and trying to complete several deals in a short timescale puts enormous pressure on back room staff at clubs throughout the country. The Addicks would like […]
Catch up with all the fixtures involving Kent’s Non League sides over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Having won a hard earned point at Truro City on Saturday, Welling United return home with an August Bank Holiday Monday fixture against Chelmsford City.
Fresh from a fine 4-1 win at Guiseley on Saturday Bromley are back in National League action at Hayes Lane on Monday where they take on familiar foes in Eastleigh.
An injury time strike from Max Ehmer saw the Gills head back to Kent with all three points as they came from behind to win at Greenhous Meadow on Saturday afternoon.
A ruthless second half display saw Bromley consign Guiseley to their sixth consecutive defeat of the season rendering them pointless and adrift at the foot of the Vanarama National league table.
South African pace bowler Hardus Viljoen took only three days to write his name into Kent’s records books after joining the county for their last four fixtures of the Specsavers County Championship campaign.
Catch up with all the latest from the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League from the weekend.
Kent kept the pressure on Essex at the top of the Specsavers County Championship Division Two table with victory over Gloucestershire in Bristol.
Sam Billings’ third First Class century and three wickets for Darren Stevens helped Kent move towards victory on day three against Gloucestershire.
Darren Stevens hit his first century of the season as Kent’s batsmen moved them into a strong position on day two of their game with Gloucestershire.
Hardus Viljoen took five wickets on his Kent debut as Gloucestershire were bowled out for 221 on day one at the Bristol County Ground.
Batsman Sean Dickson has pledged his future to Kent by signing a long-term contract extension with the club.
Sam Northeast felt his Kent Spitfires side could take pride from their performance after their Royal London One Day Cup defeat to Yorkshire.
Kent have signed South Africa fast bowler Hardus Viljoen for the remaining four matches of the Specsavers County Championship season.
Kent Spitfires narrowly missed out on a Royal London One-Day Cup semi-final as they were beaten by 11 runs by Yorkshire Vikings at Canterbury.
Kent have named a 12-man squad for their crunch Royal London One-Day Cup quarter-final clash against the Yorkshire Vikings at Canterbury tomorrow.
Kent batsman Joe Denly has signed a long-term contract extension.
Catch up with all the latest from the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League from the weekend.
As he approaches his 500th appearance across the county formats and having won 74 international caps with England James Tredwell has been named as Kent’s popular and deserved beneficiary for 2017.
Former Kent and England wicketkeeper Geraint Jones is leading an MCC tour to the Netherlands.
Wrotham based Motorbase Performance continued their good form in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Rockingham last weekend.
Kent’s Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne continued his fine form in the MCE British Superbike Championship over the bank holiday weekend at Cadwell Park.
Ginetta can today confirm their ninth annual Simpson Race Products Ginetta Junior Winter Series will take place at Brands Hatch on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 November 2016.
After the latest round of the Renault UK Clio Cup, Tunbridge Wells racer Mike Bushell is tied for the overall championship lead with Ant Whorton-Eales.
After a challenging weekend for Jake Hill, he came away from the latest race of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, with an excellent eighth place finish.
Kent’s Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne will line-up on the front row of the grid for the opening race of the MCE British Superbike Championship from Oulton Park on Bank Holiday Monday.
Team Hard boss Tony Gilham is back behind the wheel of a racing car this weekend as he makes his return to the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Rockingham.
Fresh from a double at his home round of Brands Hatch Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne is back in action this weekend as the MCE British Superbike Championship returns for Party in the Park at Cadwell Park.
Brands Hatch will be filled with classic British sportscars this Bank Holiday weekend, when the Lotus Festival celebrates the UK’s world-famous racing and sports car marque.
The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship returns this weekend and Wrotham based Motorbase Performance will be targeting further victories as they head to Rockingham.
Gary Paffett celebrated his 140th DTM start in perfect style this weekend, claiming a podium finish as part of a Mercedes top-four lock-out in Saturday’s race at the Moscow Raceway.
Tunbridge Wells based rider Danny Webb has joined Team Classic Suzuki for this year’s Classic TT on the Isle of Man, with the 25-year-old standing in for the injured Lee Johnston and racing the team’s second XR69, alongside team-mate and winner of last year’s F1 race, Michael Dunlop.
The British Rallycross Championship in association with Odyssey Batteries makes its second visit to Lydden Hill, the spiritual home of Rallycross, on the August Bank Holiday Monday.
British Olympic hero Jason Kenny will swap two wheels for four at Brands Hatch this weekend, when he takes to the wheel of a Radical SR3 RSX in the Radical Challenge Championship on the full Grand Prix circuit.
Howie Mainwaring-Smart will be linking up with Tommy Hill and the ePayMe Yamaha team in the next round of the MCE British Superbike Championship at Cadwell Park.
The Continent of Europe won the Jacques Leglise Trophy for the first time since 2012 with a 13½-11½ victory against Great Britain and Ireland at Prince’s in Kent today.
Crashes, tantrums, drama and controversy – and that was just the last four races of this ding dong derby in the Bank Holiday sun at Central Park as the Kent SLYDE Kings took another giant step towards the end of season Travel Plus National League Play Offs with a 47-42 victory over Eastbourne Eagles on […]
The Invicta Dynamos are delighted to announce the return of 29 year old Olympian Ashley Jackson with the skillful forward registering for the club ahead of 2016/17 and icing when his field hockey schedule allows.
For the third year running, young Kent sailors from the Kent Schools Sailing Association (KSSA) have won the overall county prize at the NSSA (National Schools Sailing Association) annual regatta, with a little help from the RYA.
Nine points clear of Eastbourne in second place in Speedway’s Travel Plus National League going into Monday’s Bank Holiday clash with their local rivals, there’s a real opportunity to cement the runners up slot in the divisional standings for the Kent SLYDE Kings when the Eagles land at Central Park.
Pace is one of rugby’s most potent weapons and in this last of the city club’s pre-season games Southend were overwhelmed by it.
Kent SLYDE Kings took a hugely significant step towards the Travel Plus National League championship play offs on Friday night with a club record ninth away win of the season at the splendid National Speedway Stadium in Manchester – defeating the hosts Belle Vue Colts by 50 points to 40.
23 year old shot stopper James Richardson will deputise for Damien King in 2016/17 after the netminder penned a deal that will see him make his debut in the NIHL South Division 1’s top tier.
It’s a history-making moment on Friday for the Kent SLYDE Kings when they make their first appearance at the new National Speedway Stadium in Manchester in a Travel Plus National League match against the Belle Vue Colts.
Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston, the current Spanish Open champion, is the guest of honour on the opening day of the London Golf Show, which takes place at Glow, Bluewater from Friday to Sunday.
Brands Hatch fans and keen cyclists are invited to join British Olympic hero Jason Kenny OBE at the Revolve24 event on 10-11 September, which offers a variety of cycling challenges to suit all abilities, including a 24 hour race.
Unlocking tight defences will be an important factor if Canterbury are to make an impact on the new season.
Kent’s Dina Asher-Smith will return to the county with an Olympic medal after securing a bronze in Rio.
Five Kent hockey stars will return to the county with Olympic gold medals having won their final on Friday night.
27 year old forward Anthony Baskerville is set to bring his lightning speed to the Invicta Dynamos in 2016/17.