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Non-league Round-up

Non-league Round-up

With the build up to the 2017/2018 season well underway, our weekly report from the previous seven days also makes a return.

Dasilva rejoins Charlton

As expected‎, Jay Dasilva has rejoined the Addicks on a season long loan deal. The youngster recently penned a contract extension at Chelsea, but is looking forward to spending the season at The Valley.

Nash joins Gills

Gillingham have clinched the signing of striker Liam Nash on a two-year deal.

Wright linked with Charlton move

Charlton manager Karl Robinson has praised Gillingham midfielder Josh Wright and hinted he could be open to a deal if other members of his squad leave this summer.

Busy week for Bromley

It’s been a busy week for Bromley as they gear up for the new season, playing three games over two days.

Another player departs Addicks

Charlton announced that creative midfielder, Cristian Ceballos, had joined Sint-Truiden on a permanent deal on Wednesday.

Dover Athletic 0-2 Charlton Athletic

Karl Robinson fielded a blend of youth and experience against Dover Athletic at the Crabble on Tuesday.

Gills sign defensive midfielder

Gillingham have clinched the signing of defensive midfielder Billy Bingham on a two-year deal.

Coyle happy with Wings performance

Although beaten comfortably by Charlton Athletic, new Welling United manager Jamie Coyle was happy with his team’s performance.

Welling United 0-3 Charlton Athletic

On a far milder day than the usual Welling United v Charlton Athletic pre-season game, the visitors prevailed with a three goal victory.

More progress for Bromley

Bromley’s pre-season continued in positive fashion with a 4-0 win away at SCEFL Premier Division side Beckenham Town on Saturday.

Deal Town 3-1 K Sports

Two second-half goals gave Deal victory over Southern Counties East League division one side K Sports at the Charles Ground on Saturday.

Ajose heads out on loan

Nicky Ajose has ‎joined home town club, Bury, on a season long loan.

Welling and Greenwich Borough – Previews

The Addicks end a week of intense on field activities, with back-to-back‎ games against Welling and Greenwich Borough on Saturday.

Pennock wants more Gills signings

Adrian Pennock is hoping to bring in a few more new faces to Gillingham before the new season starts.

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Spitfires downed in tight T20 clash

Spitfires downed in tight T20 clash

Gloucestershire moved level on points with south group leaders Hampshire after beating NatWest T20 Blast rivals Kent Spitfires by eight runs in a low-scoring thriller in front of the Sky Sports cameras in Canterbury.

Record breaking night for Kent in T20

Kent’s Joe Denly hit a career-best 116 not out as Spitfires chased down 206 in the NatWest T20 Blast to beat Surrey by eight wickets in front of a near 25,000 sell out at The Kia Oval.

Spitfires downed in Cheltenham

Gloucestershire maintained their unbeaten start to the T20 Blast season with a six wicket victory over Kent at Cheltenham College.

Bell-Drummond commits future to Kent

Kent opener Daniel Bell-Drummond has pledged his future to the club after signing a contract extension.

Dickson in top 20 all time rankings

Sean Dickson’s triple century for Kent in their drawn Specsavers County Championship match against Northamptonshire is among the top 20 best single innings performances in the competition in the history of the Professional Cricketers’ Association Most Valuable Player Rankings.

Kent get T20 blast underway with a win

England Lions batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond spanked an unbeaten 90 from 55 balls to steer Kent Spitfires to a comfortable seven-wicket NatWest T20 Blast win over Essex Eagles in Beckenham.

High scoring draw for Kent

Kent and Northamptonshire played out a dull, high-scoring draw at Beckenham after Josh Cobb and the Northants lower order comfortably made the 24 more runs they required to avoid the follow-on early on the final day.

Beaumont stars as England victorious

Kent’s Tammy Beaumont (148) and Sarah Taylor (147) put on England’s highest-ever ODI partnership as England beat South Africa by 68 runs at Bristol in the ICC Women’s World Cup.

Draw beckons at Beckenham

Northamptonshire batsmen Max Holden and Adam Rossington filled their boots in sublime batting conditions at Beckenham where Northamptonshire reached 528 for seven in their first-innings reply to Kent’s mammoth 701 for seven declared.

Dickson stars as Kent dominate

Sean Dickson plundered 318, Kent’s highest individual score on home soil, and put on 382 with Joe Denly in the biggest partnership in the county’s history as a host of records tumbled at Beckenham.

Records tumble as Kent dominate

Sean Dickson (210*) was without doubt Kent’s man of the day scoring his maiden first class century of the season, exceeding his previous personal best, batting throughout day one as the as the hosts in winning the toss and electing to bat took full advantage in batting-friendly conditions against a lacklustre Northants.

Kent Cricket League Round Up

Catch up with all the latest from the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League from the weekend.

Kent get back to red ball action

Kent’s players will be looking forward to a reversal in recent fortunes on their return to home soil on Monday when they do battle with Specsavers County Championship rivals Northamptonshire in Beckenham.

Kent secure draw at Trent Bridge

Nottinghamshire were left feeling frustrated after persistent drizzle prevented them from chasing down a modest target in their Specsavers County Championship day-night match against Kent at Trent Bridge.

Kent on the verge of defeat

Although facing defeat Kent battled the elements and ensured this game went to the fourth and final day and for Nottinghamshire needing to bat again ending day three 214/7 and with a lead of twenty-three.

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Warm and dry conditions for BPKC at Brands Hatch

Warm and dry conditions for BPKC at Brands Hatch

Round 4 of the BPKC summer championships took place under warm and dry conditions, with the threat of afternoon rain thankfully not materialising.

Battle on for King of Brands

The MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship arrives at Brands Hatch this weekend (July 21/22/23) for one of the biggest rounds of the year and with the Showdown on the horizon, the battle to be inside the top six in the standings is set to rage in Kent.

Paffett ready for Moscow

After his accident in race two at the Norisring at the start of the month, Gary Paffett is fully fit for the fifth round of the DTM season at the Moscow Raceway.

Byrne wants Brands Hatch wins

The famous Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit is the destination for round six of the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship this weekend where Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team rider Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne will be looking for wins.

Conway secures impressive podium place

Mike Conway and TOYOTA GAZOO Racing took their first-ever podium in the 6 Hours of Nürburgring on a challenging day for the team in the fourth round of the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship.

Nürburgring next for Conway

A month after the heartbreak of Le Mans, Mike Conway and the TOYOTA GAZOO Racing team returns to the World Endurance Championship for the fourth round of the season at their home race at the Nürburgring, Germany.

Young Guns ready for Brands BSB

Brands Hatch is building up for one of its highlights of the season as the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship returns to Kent for the summer ‘Big Brands Bash’ on the legendary Grand Prix circuit in under two weeks’ time.

Monger gets back on track

Teenager Billy Monger returned to the cockpit of a racing car at former Grand Prix circuit Brands Hatch, just 11 weeks after sustaining life-changing injuries in a high-speed crash.

Byrne blasts back at Snetterton

Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne put in two faultless performances at Snetterton on Sunday with the Be Wiser Ducati ace winning both MCE British Superbike Championship races to move up to second in the Championship table after round five.

Thrilling summer action on track at Bayford Meadows.

Round five of the popular BMKR championships took place under warm sunny skies after an overcast start.

Byrne looking for more wins

Round five of the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship heads for Snetterton this weekend where Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne is aiming to get back to winning ways for the Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team.

Paffett looking to continue streak

Gary Paffett looks to continue his six-race point-scoring streak as he prepares for the fourth round of the DTM season at the Norisring, the calendar’s only street circuit and a track Gary has won at twice before.

Scott finds Pembrey tricky

Kent based Super 1600 hopeful Darren Scott found the new British Rallycross Championship course at Pembrey Circuit in Pembrokeshire, Wales tricky on Sunday.

First season podium for Ovenden

Canterbury based Rallycross driver Tristan Ovenden secured a podium at the British Rallycross Championship which was held at Pembrey Circuit in Carmarthenshire, Wales on Sunday.

Heathcote enjoys podium success

Kent based rallycross driver Nathan Heathcote enjoyed success at Round 3 of the British Rallycross Championship which was held at Pembrey Circuit in Pembrokeshire, Wales on Sunday.

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John Cearns Cup – Preview

John Cearns Cup – Preview

Double Divisional Riders Champion Steve Boxall is back at Central Park Stadium on Monday 24th.  July heading up an impressive line-up of riders competing for the Wimbledon Dons in the annual John Cearns Cup challenge. 

Blog: Cycling 230 miles in 3 days

It’s amazing what you talk about with complete strangers while you’re cycling hundreds of miles around Kent – and it’s not all about the state of one’s nether regions although that topic did come up a few times!

Downing becomes a Dynamo

20 year old forward Sebastian Downing has become the latest player to join the Invicta Dynamos after the former Chelmsford and London skater put pen to paper in Gillingham following a year across the pond.

Kings clip Eagles’ wings in derby win

The sight of captain Luke Bowen in the pits (visiting for the first time since his shoulder injury) roused the Kent SLYDE Kings in what was one of the best team displays they have put in since their inception in 2013.

Reynolds wins Kent Seniors golf title

England international Chris Reynolds won the Kent Seniors Championship at North Foreland GC on Thursday.

Young powerboaters into national final

Young powerboaters from across the London and South East hit the water on a bright sunny day for the area final of the Honda RYA Youth RIB Championship at Medway Yacht Club (MYC), Lower Upnor, on Saturday.

Mixed fortunes for Kent stars

Kent’s Adam Gemili, who missed out on Olympic bronze in Rio by three thousands of a second, has not been picked for the 200m at next month’s world championships in London after selectors refused to give him more time to prove his fitness.

Solid home win for Kent Kings

Another solid home showing by the Kent SLYDE Kings assured all the Travel Plus National League [TPNL] points went their way, as a useful Mildenhall Fen Tigers side were dispatched by the perquisite eight points margin, 49-41.

Dynamos bring in Webster junior

The Invicta Dynamos have added youth to the 2017/18 attacking line-up by completing the signing of England under 18s representative and younger brother of forward Mason Webster – 17 year old Brandon Webster.

Bosworth breaks World Record

Britain’s big new race walking star, Tom Bosworth, smashed the world mile record at the Müller Anniversary Games in London on Sunday.

Kings rule over beleaguered Warriors

Kent SLYDE Kings hit 60 for a third home Travel Plus National League match this season with a remarkable four of their septet unbeaten by opponents as the Isle of Wight Warriors were left regretting they’d bought a Ticket FROM Ryde on a torrid Monday for the visitors.

Gemili waiting on wild card

Kent’s Adam Gemili admits he is reduced to “praying for selection” for the world championships in London next month after struggling home in sixth place in the 200m at the UK trials.

Asher-Smith back in the frame

In any other year, Dina Asher-Smith’s tears after finishing sixth in the British 100m trials would have reflected a lingering numbness and despair.

Eastbourne Eagles 46-44 Kent Kings

The second leg of the Knock-Out Cup First Round tie concluded at Arlington with the Kent SLYDE Kings going down to the Eastbourne Eagles 46-44 on the night, 94-86 on aggregate in a valiant display that saw Kent become the visitors that have been closest to winning on the Sussex shale this season.

Rehak back in Dynamos attack

Defences across the NIHL South are getting ready to feel the heat once again as the Invicta Dynamos confirmed the return of league all-star, club forward of the year and 2016/17 playoff champion Adam Rehak who returns to the Mos for a second straight season.

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