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Gillingham defender Andy Frampton is on the verge of joining League Two side AFC Wimbledon on a two year deal.
Grassroots football in Kent has been given a helping hand following the award of a series of £5,000 Grow the Game grants from the Football Foundation, with a total investment of £55,000 coming into the county.
Gillingham will begin life back in League One with a home fixture against Colchester United on Saturday 3rd August.
Travelling Addicks fans got their dream start to the new season when the Football League’s computer sent them to Bournemouth for the season’s opener.
The Charlton women’s team have announced the appointment of Stuart Weston as first team manager as part of a coaching restructure.
Former Gillingham loanee Matt Fry has agreed a deal to play for Dartford in the Conference Premier League next season.
Manchester United and England footballer Chris Smalling has signed up to a fan club for his former team.
Dover Athletic boss Chris Kinnear has added another fresh face to his squad with the capture of former Ebbsfleet striker Nathan Elder.
Ebbsfleet United have begun £100,000 worth of renovations at Stonebridge Road as they prepare for life in the Blue Square Bet South.
Gillingham have been drawn at home to Bristol City in the First Round of the Capital One Cup.
The first confirmed game of the 2013/14 campaign was announced on Monday morning when the Addicks were paired with League Two outfit, Oxford United, in the first round of the Capital One Cup. The game will take place at The Valley during week commencing 5 August but will almost certainly be played on Tuesday 6 August.
Manager, Mark Goldberg’s Bromley side will welcome back a Charlton Athletic side to Hayes Lane on Tuesday 16th July, KO7:45pm.
Peterborough United have had a player plus cash bid rejected from Gillingham for midfielder Jack Payne.
Dean Rance became the latest player to make the move from Dover Athletic to Stonebridge Road when he signed for Ebbsfleet United today.
Gillingham will host another Championship side this summer with Ipswich Town to come to Priestfield for a pre-season friendly.
Kent should have their squad bolstered with an overseas signing next week ahead of the new Twenty 20 season.
Centuries from Darren Stevens and Sam Northeast helped Kent to a world record victory over the Sussex Sharks in the YB40 at Canterbury.
Kent captain James Tredwell spun England into the Champions Trophy final with a seven-wicket win over South Africa at The Oval.
Kent Spitfires will be looking to impress under the lights as the Sussex Sharks come to Canterbury for the YB40 clash on Wednesday night.
Kent Cricket Board hosted the yearly Chance to Shine Disability Kwik Cricket event for children with learning difficulties, with 150 children from all corners of Kent enjoying a brilliant day of cricket.
Kent captain James Tredwell believes he has got to take every chance that comes his way after helping England to the ICC Champions Trophy semi-finals.
Some resolute batting helped Kent to a draw against Glamorgan at Canterbury after being forced to follow on with Darren Stevens scoring a century.
The day started and finished with Ben Harmison and Darren Stevens batting together. What happened in between probably summed up Kent’s County Championship season so far.
Around a thousand kids poured into the Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence on Thursday as part of the Chance to Shine initiative.
A sparkling century from veteran batsman Murray Goodwin made Kent pay dearly as Glamorgan took control of the game at Canterbury.
Just 55 overs were possible on the opening day of Kent’s County Championship game against Glamorgan at Canterbury with rain yet again played a part in proceedings.
If ever there was a time for us the fans to come behind us and back the side, now is that time.
Kent will go in search of their first County Championship win of the season when Glamorgan come to Canterbury this week.
Life is full of twists and turns and that has certainly been the case for Kent Cricket since the start of the season.
Durham County Cricket Club have confirmed that paceman Mitchell Claydon has been loaned to Kent County Cricket Club.
The Mini Festival gets underway this weekend and there will be one young race who is glad to be back on the track.
Mike Conway heads to Le Mans this weekend to take part in his first ever Le Mans 24 hour race and he is excited at the prospect.
Thirty year old forward Daniel Fudger will return to the Invicta Dynamos when the puck drops in September.
Young Polish player Adrian Meronk and home favourite Craig Hinton led the qualifiers for the match play stage of the 118th Amateur Championship at Royal Cinque Ports and Prince’s.
Gravesend’s Team Hard have enjoyed a successful weekend in the VW Cup and Tom Barley is enjoying life behind the wheel.
One of the most iconic races in the County will celebrate its 30th anniversary on Sunday 23rd June when 600 runners will steel themselves for the challenge of the North Downs Run.
Kent will benefit to the tune of around half a million pounds with the Amateur Golf Championship taking place at Princes and Royal Cinque Ports.
Cycling enthusiasts can be in with a chance to win a brand new mountain bike as two Kent cyclists build up to riding around nine county cricket grounds.
Kent’s Shane Byrne has dedicated his two British Superbikes wins at Knockhill to his wife Petra who was taken ill before the weekend.
BRDC rising star Jake Hill will make his debut Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) appearance with the Addison Lee Motorbase squad this weekend.
The Kent Kings won a meeting for the first ever time at Central Park, Sittingbourne on Monday evening as they took on the Rye House Raiders in their fist fixture of the Tunnel trophy.
Hundreds of runners have signed up for a new charity 10km race as part of the Medway Festival of Sport.
Lydden Hill’s two-day annual Truck Festival made a popular return at the weekend when the UK’s shortest circuit welcomed a wide array of motorsport machinery.
Kent pair Dean Ratcliffe and Andri de Wit overcame adversity to battle to great placings in a triathlon over in Turkey.
Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne streched his lead in the British Superbikes Championship to thirty points with a double win at Knockhill.