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Bolton Wanderers 2-2 Gillingham

Bolton Wanderers 2-2 Gillingham

Gillingham were denied a win on the road as Bolton Wanderers mounted a last gasp comeback with two last gasp goals at the University of Bolton Stadium.

Sittingbourne 0-6 Cray Valley (PM)

In what should have been the South East’s division’s game of the day but it turned into a rout as Sittingbourne were blown away by a Cray Valley PM side who took full advantage of the home sides generosity in a ruthless road display!

Clapton FC 0-2 Beckenham Town

Second-half goals from forwards Steve Townsend and Shameek Farrell saw Becks book their place in the Second Round of the FA Vase with a comfortable 2-0 win away at Essex Senior League side Clapton FC.

Chatham Town 6-0 Alresford Town

Chatham are still on the road to Wembley with an emphatic victory over Wessex League Alresford & as the PA announcer said only 6 games to Wembley, now only 5 with the draw Monday let’s hope they get a favourable one.

Evans ahead of Bolton

Gillingham boss Steve Evans has been looking ahead to this weekend’s trip to Bolton Wanderers on the back of three precious points in midweek as he takes his squad to where it all began for Steve Evans – the player!

Hemel Hempstead Town v Welling United preview

Following two morale boosting victories, Welling United visit Hemel Hempstead Town on Saturday.

Tower Hamlets 2-5 Cray Valley PM

In filthy weather, a young Cray Valley PM team progressed to the London Senior Cup second round at the expense of Tower Hamlets who played for fifty minutes with ten men.

Tower Hamlets v Cray Valley PM preview

Southern Counties East Football League Premier Division stragglers Tower Hamlets entertain Isthmian League South East Division high fliers Cray Valley PM in the London Senior Cup.  

Folkestone make heroic FA Cup exit

Folkestone Invicta bowed out of this season’s Emirates F.A. Cup, losing 3-2 in the Fourth Qualifying Round replay against Vanarama National League Eastleigh at the BuildKent Stadium on Tuesday, but that bland statement doesn’t begin to describe what was one of the best games seen at the ground for many years. Every one of the […]

Gillingham 1-0 Doncaster Rovers

The Priestfield faithfully finally had a match winner to salute on Tuesday night as Gillingham edged past Doncaster Rovers in a vital game at the wrong end of League One. But just who was the hero?

Sittingbourne 3-2 Whitstable Town

A last gasp Kane Rowland tap in maintained Sittingbourne’s unbeaten home League start to the season as Whitstable Town left Woodstock Park wondering what might have been.

Gillingham v Doncaster Rovers preview

Gillingham won’t have a better chance to register three points in League One when bottom side Doncaster Rovers come to Priestfield this evening.

Taylor has mixed emotions

Following their victory one week earlier, Welling United won another three points in a hard fought win against Braintree Town. After the game, manager Peter Taylor had mixed emotions.

Kent clubs learn FA Cup fate

Kent’s remaining clubs in the FA Cup learnt their First Round fate after the draw was made on Sunday afternoon.

Gillingham 1-2 Sunderland

Gillingham slipped to their third successive defeat and 20th place in League One, as title chasing Sunderland came from behind at Priestfield to stay a point behind the division’s top two as an old boy returned to deny the home faithful.

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Leaning extends Kent contract

Leaning extends Kent contract

Kent Cricket have announced that Jack Leaning has signed an extension to his Kent contract, that will now run until the end of the 2024 season.

Denly completes charity bike ride

Forty-seven riders including Kent batsman Joe Denly conquered the Headingley to Lord’s bike ride challenge at the weekend, incredibly raising over £75,000 for the Professional Cricketers’ Trust in doing so.

Denly takes on charity ride

This weekend a group of forty-seven will be cycling from Emerald Headingley in Leeds to Lord’s in St John’s Wood in aid of the Professional Cricketers’ Trust, and Kent’s Joe Denly is one of them.

Stewart set for Italy debut

After being named in Cricket Italia’s 15-strong squad for their ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier, Kent’s Grant Stewart has been gearing up for the tournament, held in Spain, that begins this Friday.

Kent to play in Division One

The LV= Insurance County Championship will return to two divisions next season following a vote by the chairs of the 18 first-class counties. Kent will play in Division One of the Championship next season.

Crawley named in Ashes squad

Kent batsman Zak Crawley has been named in the 17 man England Test squad that will face Australia for the Ashes this winter.

Crawley awarded England contract

Kent’s Zak Crawley has been awarded a central contract by the ECB after an impressive 12 months for his county and England.

Singh agrees Kent contract

Jas Singh has signed his first full-time professional rookie contract with Kent Cricket ahead of the 2022 season.

Stevens named Player of the Year

Darren Stevens won the highest accolade at the Spitfire Kent Cricket Awards for the third year in a row as the all-rounder was named Men’s Club Player of the Year as voted for by the Club’s Members and supporters.

Kuhn to make Kent departure

After four seasons at Kent Cricket, it has been confirmed that Heino Kuhn has left the county.

Beaumont guides England to victory

An eighth ODI century from Tammy Beaumont led England Women to a big win in their final Royal London International against New Zealand at Canterbury on Sunday.

Kent win Division Three title

Kent Cricket were confirmed as Division Three winners of the County Championship on Friday when they defeated Middlesex in Canterbury.

Game in the balance at Canterbury

An Ollie Robinson century put Kent in the driving seat of their final County Championship match of the season, but his dismissal off the final ball of the day means things are in the balance heading into the final day.

Stoneman puts Middlesex in charge

A century from Mark Stoneman put Middlesex in a dominant position at the end of day two of their LV= Insurance County Championship game with Kent at Canterbury. 

Leaning awarded Kent cap

Kent batsman Jack Leaning has been awarded his County Cap, four days after helping the club become Vitality Blast champions.

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Fast paced action at Bayford Meadows

Fast paced action at Bayford Meadows

Round 7 of the Bayford Meadows Kart Racing club was held on Sunday. Once again over 100 drivers and their teams packed into the Sittingbourne’s circuit paddock areas, as the racing begins to hot up, as we approach the championship climax.

Hill relishing Brands Hatch BTCC finale

“Ready for anything” is how Kent’s Jake Hill describes his approach to the final round of the 2021 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship, at his ‘home’ circuit, Brands Hatch.

Goodwood Glory for Hill

On his Goodwood Members Meeting debut, BRDC ‘Superstar’ Jake Hill took Pole Position in the Gerry Marshall Trophy in slippery conditions on Saturday, before taking an impressive Victory in the Ric Wood Motorsport sleek ‘Gitanes’ liveried 1978 Ford Capri 3.0, in a frantic race on Sunday afternoon in the sunshine of West Sussex.

Wilmot returns to BTCC

Andy Wilmot has been announced as returning to the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship grid today.

Fans flock to BSB finale

History was made at Brands Hatch as the curtain dropped on the Bennett’s British Superbike Championship for 2021. 

Olsen remains with FHO Racing in 2022

Cooling’s Alex Olsen will remain with FHO Racing for the 2022 season as he remains with the National Superstock championship.

Ray to remain with OMG Racing

As the Bennetts British Superbike Championship season finale gets underway at Brands Hatch, Bradley Ray has confirmed his ride for the 2022 season.

Points and Podiums for Hill

“Tough start, but a fantastic finish” was how Jake Hill summed up the penultimate weekend of the 2021 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship at Donington Park. 

Victory for Lidsey in Germany

Brett Lidsey celebrated the perfect conclusion to the 2021 Nurburgring Endurance Series after an outstanding team performance in the season finale on Saturday, helped to deliver a sensational maiden VT2 class race victory.

Donnington next for Hill

After two Wins in the last two BTCC weekends at Croft and Silverstone, MB Motorsport’s Jake Hill heads to the classic sweeps of Donington Park, focussing on continuing his strong run of form and maintaining his championship challenge.

Olsen still in the hunt

Cooling’s Alex Olsen had a tough weekend in the latest round of the Pirelli National Superstock Championship.

Hill stars in Skyline at Spa 6 Hours

Racing ‘my favourite Touring Car ever’ the Ric Wood Motorsport-prepared Calsonic Nissan Skyline R32 GTR, at the Spa-Francorchamps 6 Hour Historic meeting, BRDC ‘Superstar’ Jake Hill enjoyed a superb weekend, racing both in the Historic Touring Car Challenge, and in the Spa 6 Hours in Lee Penson’s Lotus Elan.

Victory for Hill at Silverstone

Just a week after his first BTCC win for MB Motorsport Jake Hill turned a battling drive into a hard-fought Victory in round 24 of the Championship at Silverstone, his third career Win, and his 7th Podium of 2021.

Highs and lows for Ovenden

Canterbury based Rallycross driver Tristan Ovenden and his team made their first trip North of the boarder for seven years to the iconic Scottish circuit of Knockhill.

Taylor-Smith commits to Team Hard

Team Hard Racing have today announced that the team will be retaining the services of BTCC Race Winner, Árón Taylor-Smith, after an agreement was reached over a new multi-year contract for the Irishman.

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Invicta Dynamos 5-4 Chelmsford Chieftains

Invicta Dynamos 5-4 Chelmsford Chieftains

Doubles from Ashley Jackson and Juraj Huska, plus a further strike from Mason Webster, saw the Invicta Dynamos claim the bragging rights from the first Kent v Essex derby of the season as they overcame the Chelmsford Chieftains 5-4 in Gillingham on Saturday night.

Canterbury 30-27 Leicester Lions

To say Canterbury left things late would be an understatement as they snatched this victory deep in stoppage time with their fifth try of the afternoon. 

Invicta Dynamos 6-5 Slough Jets

Five Invicta Dynamos were on target as the Invicta Dynamos narrowly edged out the Slough Jets 6-5 in an end-to-end thriller in Gillingham on Sunday night.

Streatham 5-4 Invicta Dynamos

The Invicta Dynamos put up dogged resistance in London on Saturday night and pushed the current league holders to the wire with goals from Stanislav Lascek, Mason Webster, Ashley Jackson and Juraj Huska almost enough for a point in a narrow 5-4 defeat.

Barnstaple 10-22 Canterbury

A sharper and more focused Canterbury made the most of the Devon sunshine and a firm surface to end a run of two defeats and claim their second National 2 South league win of the season.

Driscoll announces her retirement

Kent’s Kat Driscoll has announced her retirement from elite gymnastics after two Olympic games and a glittering career.

Invicta Dynamos 8-4 MK Thunder

Slovakian Stanislav Lascek netted four goals on his home debut for the Invicta Dynamos and his tally alongside efforts from Matt Foord (2), Brandon Webster and Tom Davis saw the team overcome the Milton Keynes Thunder 8-4 in Gillingham on Sunday.

Solent Devils 7-2 Invicta Dynamos

It was a disappointing night for the Invicta Dynamos on the south coast despite goals from Juraj Huska and Ashley Jackson as they fell to a 7-2 road defeat at the hands of the Solent Devils.

Canterbury 0-17 Dings Crusaders

On a day of extremes Canterbury looked ill equipped to deal with the gales and rain that swept across the Marine Travel Ground. 

Invicta Dynamos 3-4 Solent Devils

It took a man of the match performance from Solent netminder Christian Cole to prevent the Dynamos continuing their 100% start to the season with the shot stopper saving 52 efforts on his net to rob the hosts of what would have been a deserved victory.

Leicester Lions 52-38 Kent Kings

The curtain was brought down on Kent TouchTec Kings’ debut campaign in the SGB Championship with a plucky showing at reigning champions (and Play Off qualifiers) Leicester Lions, going down 52-38 on Saturday. 

Junior Raiders 3-8 Invicta Dynamos

An Ashley Jackson hat-trick and further goals from Juraj Huska (2), Brandon Webster, Anthony Leone and Jack Flynn saw the Invicta Dynamos run rampant during an 8-3 victory on the road against the Junior Raiders on Saturday.

Rochford 20-19 Canterbury

A late try could not save Canterbury from their third defeat in four games after a disappointng second half performance. 

Kent Kings 37-53 Leicester Lions

The Leicester Lions were in town on Tuesday but arguably at least as significant visitors to Central Park, blighting the TouchTec Kings’ final home match of the SGB Championship season, were the Gremlins, with significant machinery woes afflicting all three of the hosts’ heat leaders and resulting in a disappointingly heavy defeat. 

Double defeat for Holcombe

After such a long wait, the Vitality Women’s and Men’s Premier Division returned in spectacular fashion at the weekend with plenty of exciting games contested, but it was defeat for both of Holcombe’s sides.

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