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Gillingham v Crewe Preview

Gillingham v Crewe Preview

Gillingham will once again be without a number of players as Crewe come to Priestfield on Saturday for the League One fixture.

Non League Weekend Fixture List

It’s a big weekend for Kent’s non league sides with a number beginning their FA Cup campaigns.

Welling Utd v Forest Green Preview

Still searching for their first victory of the season, Welling United host big spending Forest Green Rovers on Saturday.

Newman romps to Footgolf win

Margate footgolfer Sonny Newman has romped to victory in the 1st Corinthian Footgolf competition of the season.

Taylor pleased with Gills performance

Gillingham manager Peter Taylor was pleased with his team’s performance despite losing to Newcastle United in the Capital One Cup.

Gillingham 0-1 Newcastle United

Gillingham can hold their heads high, but were knocked out of the Capital One Cup by Newcastle United at the Second Round stage.

Gills set for tough Newcastle test

Alan Pardew will take a strong squad to Gillingham on Tuesday night as Newcastle United come to Medway for the Capital One Cup clash.

Non League Bank Holiday Round Up

It was a disappointing Bank Holiday Monday for Kent’s three Conference Premier sides with all soundly beaten.

Eastleigh 3-1 Welling United

Despite being an August fixture, atrocious weather greeted Eastleigh and Welling United but both set out with attacking intent.

Faversham Town 4-1 Herne Bay

The Lilywhite’s climbed to second spot in the Ryman League One (South) with this soggy Salter’s Lane win, bouncing back in emphatic style following their reverse at Chipstead last time out.

Bromley 4-2 Maidenhead United

Bromley picked up a valuable three points in an entertaining game at Hayes Lane in very wet conditions against a strong Maidenhead side, moving up to third in the process.

Ebbsfleet United 0-0 Wealdstone

Daryl McMahon’s straight red card was the main talking point as Ebbsfleet United were only able to draw 0-0 with Wealdstone at the PHB Stadium.

Tonbridge Angels 1-0 Maidstone United

On an afternoon where the rain came down all game this was a battle to see who could keep their 100% records as Tonbridge had won all their home matches albeit two whereas Maidstone had won all five games in the league.

Ashford United 1-1 Canterbury City

Canterbury City and their landlords Ashford United fought out a passionate draw amid the increasingly deep puddles at a soggy Homelands on August Bank Holiday afternoon.

Thamesmead Town 2-0 Cray Wanderers

It was a contest played in persistent rain from first kick to last between two relegated sides from last season, it was Keith McMahon and his Thamesmead side that maintained their unbeaten start to the season, whilst heaping more misery on Keith Bird, and his Cray side who slipped to the foot of the early […]

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Superb Spitfires secure semi spot

Superb Spitfires secure semi spot

The Kent Spitfires booked their place in the semi-finals of the Royal London Cup with a tight win over Gloucestershire at Canterbury on Friday night.

Clifford hoping for bumper crowd

Chief Executive Jamie Clifford is hoping for a bumper crowd as Kent face possibly their biggest game in years at Canterbury today.

Spitfires set for Quarter Final

The Kent Spitfires have named a 14 man squad ahead of their Royal London Cup Quarter Final clash with Gloucestershire on Friday.

Kent outplayed by classy NZ side

Kent were outplayed by a classy New Zealand A side at Canterbury on Wednesday in the hastily arranged 50 overs per side game.

Kent to face NZ in One Day game

Kent will now face New Zealand A in a 50 over per side game at Canterbury on Wednesday after a washout on Monday and Tuesday.

Stevens secures Most Valuable Player

All-rounder Darren Stevens once again proved his worth to Kent by securing the Natwest T20 Blast Most Valuable Player award.

Kent frustrated by Canterbury rain

The opening day between Kent and New Zealand A at Canterbury was abandoned without a ball being bowled on Bank Holiday Monday.

Kent Cricket League Round Up

The race for the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League title looks certain to go to the last Saturday of the season.

Kent to field young side

Kent will be giving many of its younger players the opportunity to gauge their progress against a very strong New Zealand A team, in Canterbury, in a three day match starting on Bank Holiday Monday. 

Spitfires set for home Quarter Final

Kent Spitfires will face Gloucestershire in the Royal London One-Day Cup home quarter-final, at the Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, on Friday 29th August.

Kent end campaign with defeat

Kent ended their Royal London Cup group campaign with a defeat, but it mattered not as they had already booked a home Quarter Final.

Spitfires aiming to remain unbeaten

Having already qualified to host a Royal London One-Day Cup quarter final, the Kent Spitfires will aim to complete the group stage unbeaten. 

Jones to make Kent departure

Kent County Cricket Club has today announced that the Club will not be offering Geraint Jones a contract for the 2015 season.

Tredwell named in England squad

Kent spinner James Tredwell has been named in a 15-man squad for the five match Royal London One-Day International series against India.

Bollinger set for Kent departure

Overseas signing Doug Bollinger will play his last game for the Kent this season on Wednesday.

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Tillett building for the future

Tillett building for the future

In her latest blog Laura Tillett brings us up to date with what has been happening in her world since he last installment, and there has definitely been a lot of change.

Motorbase come home to Kent

Wrotham based Motorbase Performance who run Oman Racing Team in the Avon Tyres British GT Championship will be on home turf this weekend.

Owens targeting podium place

Raoul Owens returns to the track this weekend as the Formula Renault 2.0 NEC heads to the Czech Republic for the latest round of the season.

Lidsey looking to the future

Brett Lidsey is looking forward after what has been a hard season for him so far in the Clio Cup Series and is confident that he can be challenging at the top in the competitive series.

Ovenden victorious at Lydden

Local racer Tristan Ovenden took victory in terrible conditions at his home circuit of Lydden Hill in the Swift Rallycross series.

Championships decided at Lydden Hill

A very soggy Lydden Hill set the scene for round 5 of the British Rallycross Championship. A round in which saw a number of the category championships decided.

Supercars coming to Brands Hatch

This weekend Brands Hatch will host some of the world’s greatest supercars and a spectacular driver line up.

Topsy Turvey weekend for Sutton

Ashley Sutton had a weekend of differing proportions at Knockhill in the latest round of the Formula Ford Championship of Great Britain for Rochester based Jamun Racing.

Airwaves breathe life into season

Airwaves Racing got their championship challenge back on track last weekend with victory in race two of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

Cracking weekend for Clarke

Jack Clarke had his best weekend yet in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship picking up points in both races at Knockhill.

Podium finishes for Byrne at Cadwell

Shane Byrne extended his lead in the MCE British Superbike Championship at the weekend with two second place finishes in changeable conditions.

Conway runs out of fuel on last lap

Mike Conway was so close to finishing on the podium in his final race of the IndyCar season at the weekend as he ran out of fuel just feet from the finish line.

Successful weekend for Bushell

Mike Bushell had a great weekend at Knockhill in the Clio Cup as he took a win and a podium in the latest round of the season.

Win tickets to Brands Hatch

It’s competition time as we give you the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to the British GT/F3 Championships at Brands Hatch next weekend.

Airwaves ready to take-off at Knockhill

The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship returns this weekend and Wrotham based Airwaves Racing are ready and raring to go for the Knockhill round.

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Dame Kelly inspiring a generation

Dame Kelly inspiring a generation

It’s hard to believe, but it’s been ten years since Dame Kelly Holmes crossed the line and made history with her double gold win at the Athens Olympics.

Newman romps to Footgolf win

Margate footgolfer Sonny Newman has romped to victory in the 1st Corinthian Footgolf competition of the season.

Win and a defeat for Kings

Kent CTA Fire Kings consolidated their second position in the National League this weekend, with a win against Buxton but they also fell to defeat against Stoke.

Fencing to offer fitness boost

Want to keep fit as summer fades and the days get shorter? An adult beginners’ fencing course starting in September offers the chance to take up a new sport and enhance your fitness.

Canterbury 17-12 Blackheath

This deserved and confidence boosting win over National Division One opposition was just what Canterbury ordered in the run up to the new league season.      

Phillips joins brother at Dynamos

The Invicta Dynamos have added another talented prospect to their blue line following the news that 17 year old Charlie Phillips has followed his brother Billy to the club for the 2014/15 campaign.

Clarke wins at Orpington Footgolf

On the same day that the 2014/5 Barclays Premier League season kicked off in earnest, Orpington Golf Centre staged its second footgolf ranking competition on its recently opened dedicated 9-hole footgolf course.

Kings out punch the Hitmen

The Kent Kings finished off their final regular season home meeting in the National League with a massive point win over the Buxton Hitmen at Central Park, Sittingbourne on Monday evening.

Another Kent record for Guye-Johnson

Royal Tunbridge Wells Monson Swimming Clubs’ (Monson) Annabelle Guye-Johnson (14 years) continued the work started at the ASA National Age Group Championships by lowering her own Kent County ASA Junior 50m Breaststroke Record again at the ASA National Youth Championships, also at Ponds Forge in Sheffield, the following week.

Burford helps England to victory

Medway’s Rachael Burford helped England to victory in the final of the Women’s Rugby World Cup final over Canada on Sunday.

Gemili secures second gold medal

Dartford sprinter Adam Gemili bagged his second gold medal and led the men’s 4×100 metres team to glory on the final day of the European Championships.

Canterbury 21-10 Westcombe Park

Dipping a tentative toe into the waters of a new season Canterbury stubbed it a few times before they won a game in which their own errors were almost as big a threat as their Kent rivals.       

Gemili claims European gold

Dartford’s Adam Gemili sprinted to gold in the men’s 200 metres at the European Championships to win the first major international title of his senior career.

Smith makes Dynamos return

Club talisman and all time record points’ scorer Andy Smith will return to the Invicta Dynamos again in 2014/15.

Canterbury to look at new faces

Head Coach Andy Pratt will be assessing the form of up to eight new players when Canterbury open their pre-season programme this week with the first of three friendly matches.

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