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Gillingham have a number of injury doubts going into Saturday afternoon’s clash at AFC Wimbledon.
After their recent mini-revival, Welling United were brought crashing down to earth with a 2-1 defeat at Poole Town on Saturday.
After Tuesday night’s impressive come from behind 3-2 win at Horsham, Cray Wanderers are back in action at Hayes Lane on Saturday afternoon when they entertain Molesey in the Ryman League Division One South.
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Jay Emmanuel-Thomas scored two second-half penalties as Gillingham came from behind to shatter Chesterfield with a stoppage-time equaliser to secure a 3-3 draw at the Proact Stadium.
A powerful and positive final fifteen minutes from Bromley was enough to edge this cup tie against fellow National league side Maidstone and secure a trip to Tonbridge Angels in the next round thanks to the introduction of two youngsters after falling behind.
Cray made it two straight wins away from home in dramatic fashion as a Karl Dent goal, three minutes into injury time gave the Wands a come from behind victory at Horsham.
A goal at the start of each half set Sittingbourne on the way to a comfortable 4-0 win over a woefully out-of-sorts Ramsgate.
Charlton drew for the fifth time in their last six games against Oldham on Tuesday evening.
Phoenix Sports bounced back from their home defeat last weekend to register all three points against Maldon & Tiptree thanks to a solitary goal by Vences Bola – Consolidating their position as leaders of Ryman League Div One North.
Chesterfield’s injury problems are mounting ahead of the visit of Gillingham on Tuesday night.
Bromley are back in action at Hayes Lane on Tuesday night when they entertain Maidstone United in the Kent Reliance Senior Cup.
Jason Euell’s Under-23 side beat Sheffield United 3-0 on Monday in a game played at Stockbridge Steel’s ground.
The Wands look to keep the momentum going following the victory at Godalming on Saturday with a trip to Horsham on Tuesday evening, the first visit to Goring’s Meadow since 2011.
There has been an injury update on goalkeeper Andy Walker’s condition after he was carried off at the end of the Mead’s Saturday defeat at Great Wakering Rovers.
Kent’s Tammy Beaumont was voted Waitrose Women’s Player of the Summer by her fellow England players.
Kent will welcome the West Indies to The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence for a tour match in 2017.
Fast bowler David Griffiths has left Kent Cricket at the end of his contract.
Sam Northeast and Suzie Bates were named Players of the Year at the 2016 Spitfire Kent Cricket Awards.
Kent finished the season with a draw against Division Two champions Essex, as the cricketing summer came to a close at Canterbury.
Essex will require three runs with only one wicket in hand to avoid a last day follow on after reaching stumps on day three in Canterbury on 289 for nine.
Kent beneficiary Darren Stevens hit an unbeaten century in what could transpire to be his final game for the county as the hosts posted 389 for seven on the second day of their Specsavers County Championship clash with Essex.
Play was abandoned and not a ball was bowled as overnight rain took its full toll on the opening day of Kent’s top-of-the-table Specsavers County Championship clash with Essex in Canterbury.
Kent’s opening batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond will hope to end the domestic season on a high this week after winning a call-up for this winter’s England Lions training camp in the United Arab Emirates.
Kent’s hopes of promotion looked to be all-but over after a defeat inside three days against Northamptonshire at Beckenham.
Kent’s promotion hopes took a big hit after a tough second day of their County Championship game against Northamptonshire at Beckenham.
Four-day cricket returned to The County Ground, Beckenham and with only two games remaining promotion remains a very real prospect for Kent.
Callum Jackson replaces Sam Billings in Kent’s 12-man squad for their Specsavers County Championship clash with Northamptonshire at Beckenham.
Kent won their seventh Women’s County Championship to complete a domestic double and cement their place as the superpower of the English women’s game.
Kent captain Sam Northeast will lead the county again in 2017 with the unanimous appointment of the club’s committee.
With the threat of morning rain disappearing, the competitors were left with near perfect conditions for their finals in the afternoon at the Sittingbourne circuit.
WDE Motorsport has joined fellow leading Renault UK Clio Cup teams Ciceley Motorsport, Team Pyro and 20Ten Racing in announcing it will expand to run cars in the new Renault UK Clio Cup Junior championship in 2017.
Wrotham based Motorbase Performance are looking forward to this weekend’s Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season finale at Brands Hatch.
Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne is aiming to continue his good form in the showdown as the MCE British Superbike Championship heads to its annual round at Assen.
A little later than planned, I’m back with my next blog post rounding off a very busy summer of racing.
Sunday September 18th saw the BPKC summer championship return to Buckmore Park after a month’s break, also featuring the final round of the Kent Championship, giving us fantastic racing in every class final.
Wrotham based Motorbase Performance were back on the top step of the podium at the latest round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
Bradley Ray from Lydd is most definitely the form rider in the Dickies British Supersport Championship as he made it five wins from six races at Donington Park at the weekend.
Mike Conway was back on the podium at the latest round of the FIA World Endurance Championship with a third place finish in the 6 hours of the Circuit of the Americas.
Kent’s Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne kicked off the showdown in style with a double victory at Donington Park in the first round of the season finale at the weekend.
Jake Hill netted his best ever finish in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, as he continues to impress in his first full season in the series.
Lydd kart club located on the southern tip of Kent held the last meeting of their 6 round summer championships on Sunday 11th September, joining them for the day at the friendly and efficiently run club were both the F4S and Modified Prokart series.
The Renault UK Clio Cup season will come down to the final races to decide who wins the 2016 championship and Kent’s Mike Bushell is right in there fighting for the title.
The ‘Home of British Motorsport’ is the destination for Motorbase Performance as the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship reaches its penultimate race weekend.
Mike Conway and the Toyota Gazoo Racing team head to Texas this weekend for the second North American trip in a fortnight, the 6 Hours of the Circuit of the Americas.
England legends Lawrence Dallaglio and Mike Tindall paid a visit to Maidstone Rugby Club this week.
One man is on a mission to break a world record at the Maidstone Marathon in October.
Kent SLYDE Kings enter the final and most crucial stage of a memorable season this Friday when they take on local rivals Eastbourne Eagles at Central Park in the first leg of the Travel Plus National League championship Play Offs semi-final. Having beaten the side from Sussex twice previously in home matches this term and […]
After the excitement of opening weekend at Holcombe Park and the manner of the results against the quality of opposition, Game 2 for both our Men’s and Ladies provided us with a simple objective; keep moving forward.
England Hockey star Ashley Jackson has left Holcombe Hockey Club to return to former side East Grinstead.
Mad, silly, out of my mind…..I could be any of these during 2017 when I embark on probably the biggest challenge of my life so far.
England legends Mike Tindall and Lawrence Dallaglio will be visiting Maidstone Rugby Club on Tuesday night.
The Invicta Dynamos lost their unbeaten record in Chelmsford on Sunday evening despite working home netminder Ben Clements hard.
The Invicta Dynamos extended their winning start to the season with a league victory against Solent Devils on Saturday night.
Game 2 of Holcombe’s bid to return to the playoffs saw a comprehensive win away at a struggling Reading side.
Canterbury’s second game of the season came with great anticipation as they were scheduled to play a strong developing East Grinstead team who among some of their household names have recently signed Nick Catlin, GB International, into their ranks and looked to be a strong team.
When you have influential players missing, not least of which was the captain, Ben Williams, you need to adapt to both the opposition and the conditions, neither of which Maidstone did well.
Another one that got away. Canterbury continued a worrying early season habit of missing out in tight games as they failed to make the most of their second half supremacy.
Medway made it three wins in three games with a victory over Hove at home on Saturday.
TWHC Mens 1st XI vs Reigate Reigate 6 – TWHC 2 TWHC Men’s 2nd XI vs Sevenoaks 3rd XI A squad with some fresh faces departed for Trinity School in Sevenoaks to take on the newly demoted Sevenoaks Mens 3rd XI. TWHC exploded into the game with high intensity and a hunger for success, […]