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Coventry City 1-0 Gillingham

Coventry City 1-0 Gillingham

Gillingham are still searching for their first win of the season after falling to a 1-0 loss against an impressive Coventry City side on Saturday afternoon.

Bromley 1-0 Boreham Wood

Bromley continued their unbeaten start to the season and moved up to second place in the National League with a hard fought victory over Boreham Wood at a sunny Hayes Lane on Saturday afternoon.

Chelmsford City 1-1 Welling United

For the second time in under a fortnight, Welling United conceded a crucial last minute goal in Essex.

Sittingbourne 2-0 Uxbridge

The FA Cup this year has more prize money available than ever before and for the first time at this stage of the competition the losers also get some cash which will at least pay the expenses, so this competition can be a lifeline at Sittingbourne’s level.

Tonbridge Angels 1-3 Havant & Waterloovile

This fixture was always going to be a severe test of the Angels credentials with Havant & Waterlooville one of the favourites for promotion.  Add in the fact that their newly installed manager, Paul Doswell comes with a fine reputation following what he achieved at his previous club Sutton Utd where he gave Steve McKimm […]

Fuller reflects on his start to the season

Gillingham defender Barry Fuller may be touching 35, but he’s feeling as good as ever as he enters his 15th season as a professional.

Evans discusses situations at Coventry, Bury and Bolton

Gilingham manager Steve Evans has had his say on the situations at some of the clubs in the Football League that are struggling off the field.

Sittingbourne vs Uxbridge preview

If league football is Sittingbourne’s bread-and-butter, then the FA Cup is definitely the cake with icing on. And a cherry on top of that.

Three-Five-Two For Fleet

Ebbsfleet United supporters will get used to seeing their side play 3-5-2 this season after manager Garry Hill confirmed at last night’s open Q&A session that it’s his “preferred formation”.

Eighth Wonder back for third year

Eighth Wonder is back and delivering a Development Day with Kent FA on Friday 25th October 2019.

Fleet Finding New Financial Feet

Ebbsfleet United’s managing director Dave Archer has confirmed “95% of the financial restructure” is now complete at Stonebridge Road, stating that August “is the first month of the full implementation of the new budget”.

Evans expects tough test from Coventry

Gillingham manager Steve Evans is expecting a tough test from Coventry City when his side travel north to take on Mark Robins’ side on Saturday.

Bromley vs Boreham Wood Preview

Bromley entertain Boreham Wood at Hayes Lane on Saturday afternoon Looking to maintain their unbeaten start to the National League season. 

Chelmsford City vs Welling United Preview

Having returned to winning ways last weekend, Welling United have a tough challenge on Saturday when they travel to Chelmsford City.

Evans: Youth is vital to this Gills squad

Gillingham manager Steve Evans has insisted he won’t bring players into the club for the sake of making up the numbers.

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Leaning to join Kent Cricket

Leaning to join Kent Cricket

Kent Cricket have announced the signing of batsman Jack Leaning from Yorkshire, on a three-year deal, from 1st October.

Spitfires stunned by last ball defeat

Kent Spitfires suffered their second batting calamity of the week as they tossed away a winning position to lose their Vitality Blast south group qualifier to Surrey by one run at shell-shocked Canterbury.

Billings critical of Kent’s schedule

Kent captain Sam Billings has criticised the county fixture scheduling following his side’s three-wicket Specsavers County Championship defeat to Essex on Tuesday.

Wickets tumble as Kent beaten

In its 168 years, Canterbury Cricket Week has never witnessed anything quite like it as Essex overcame a first-innings deficit of 112 to land an astonishing three-wicket Specsavers County Championship win with over a day to spare.

Rain halts Kent’s progress at Canterbury

Three violent downpours led to a second weather-interrupted day to Kent’s 168th Canterbury Week County Championship clash with Essex.

Essex take control at Canterbury

Three-wicket bursts by Sam Cook and Mohammad Amir helped Specsavers County Championship leaders Essex to command a rain interrupted opening day to the 168th Canterbury Cricket Week encounter with Kent.

Spitfires suffer Canterbury wash out

The opening match to the 168th Canterbury Cricket Week fell foul to constant rain as Kent’s south group clash with Sussex Sharks was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

Spitfires to say farewell to Nabi

Kent supporters will bid farewell to star Afghanistan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi tomorrow night (Friday) when the 34-year-old makes the 10th and final Vitality Blast appearance of a short, yet glittering stint with the Spitfires.

Kent fall foul to the rain

Kent’s Vitality Blast south group clash with Glamorgan was abandoned without a ball being bowled in rain-sodden Canterbury.

Spitfires crash at Taunton

Tom Banton scored a scintillating maiden Vitality T20 Blast hundred to propel Somerset to a comfortable 55-run victory over Kent and into quarter-final contention in the ultra-competitive South Group.

Denly retains England Ashes place

Kent’s Joe Denly has been named in the 12-strong squad for the 2nd Specsavers Ashes Test match against Australia at Lord’s starting on Wednesday, August 14th.

Spitfires looking to bounce back

Kent’s Vitality Blast bounce-back ability will be tested for the second time in a week on Saturday when they travel to Taunton to take on Somerset in their ninth South Group qualifying game.

Donald to leave at the end of the season

Assistant Coach Allan Donald will be leaving Kent Cricket upon the completion of his two-year stint with the club at the end of this season.

Spitfires brought back down to earth

Kent Spitfires suffered a jolt to their previously excellent Vitality Blast South Group campaign with a five-wicket defeat by Gloucestershire at the Bristol County Ground.

Spitfires bounce back with victory

Adam Milne was the hero with bat and ball as south group leaders Kent Spitfires made it six wins from seven games in the Vitality Blast with a thrilling four-wicket victory, with just one ball to spare, in a tense, low-scoring contest against Hampshire at Beckenham.

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Superb racing at Bayford Meadows

Superb racing at Bayford Meadows

The weather was a big talking point as sun and rain made the Bayford Meadows Summer Championship interesting.

Mixed emotions for Nevill

Alex Nevill left Croft Circuit with mixed emotions, after a weekend that promised plenty, but delivered little in the way of results, following round four of the Mini Challenge Cooper Pro championship on the 17th-18th August. 

Suzuka 10 hours for Paffett

This weekend Gary Paffett will travel to Suzuka, Japan, for the first time in his career to compete in the Suzuka 10 Hours as his Intercontinental GT Challenge campaign continues.

Hill splashes to more BTCC points

The final Kwik Fit British Touring Car race of an eventful second visit to Thruxton’s high-speed sweeps, saw the drivers skilfully cope with increasingly heavy rain in the final few laps, and 25 year-old Jake Hill take his 14th points scoring finish in 20 races so far in the 2019 series.

Crees buoyed by improvements

Michael Crees enjoyed another strong Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship showing this past weekend, making further strides forward as the tackled the fastest circuit in the UK, Thruxton.

McCarthy fights back to podium finish

Jack McCarthy produced a superb drive from the back of the grid to a Pro Am class podium finish to end a mixed weekend on a high in the latest rounds of the 2019 Porsche Carrera Cup GB at the fastest circuit in the UK, Thruxton.

Superb weekend for Hawkey

Esmee Hawkey had a superb return to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB at the weekend, as the series travelled to Thruxton in Hampshire.

Lidsey robbed of victory

Brett Lidsey achieved his long-held dream of taking the chequered flag first in a Renault UK Clio Cup race at super-fast Thruxton Circuit in Hampshire on Saturday, 17th August – before a jump start time penalty cost the Kent racing driver his maiden victory in the high-profile championship.

Podiums for Heathcote

Nathan Heathcote continued his dramatic debut year of tarmac racing at the high-speed Thruxton circuit this weekend; securing a podium in all three races to lead the Millers Oil Ginetta GT4 SuperCup ‘Am’ class by 49 points.  

Podiums for Threadgill

Chris Threadgill has made a rather successful transition from racing on two wheels to racing on four. Today he brings us his race report from Brands Hatch a few weeks ago.

Hill ready for Thruxton

25 year-old BRDC Member Jake Hill heads to the high-speed sweeps of Thruxton confident of a strong performance. Having taken points in two of the three races there in May, and having challenged for a podium position last-time out at Snetterton. The Trade Price Cars Racing star comes to the fastest circuit in the UK […]

Nevill looking to continue good form

Following a positive home round at Brands Hatch last month, Dartford racing driver Alex Nevill is looking to continue the good form into round 4 of the Mini Challenge Cooper Pro championship this weekend at Croft in Yorkshire. Last month’s Mini Festival saw the 2018 Cooper Am champion take a pair of 5th place finishes […]

Heathcote set for Thruxton

Nathan Heathcote travels to the high-speed Thruxton circuit in Hampshire this weekend, ready for the fifth round of the 2019 Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup. As the ‘Am’ series leader, the young driver is looking to increase his gap at the top of the standings.     Kent youngster Nathan Heathcote is looking to repeat […]

Jewiss aiming to continue good form

Having enjoyed his maiden race victory in BRDC British F3 at Brands Hatch last time out, 17-year-old Kiern Jewiss is looking to continue his fine recent form at the home of British Motorsport this weekend.

Team Shredded Wheat determined

Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher returns to Thruxton circuit brimming with confidence this coming weekend. The Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship makes its second visit of the season to the fastest circuit on the calendar. Looking to get its championship challenge back on track as the BTCC tackles one of its most demanding […]

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Webster makes Dynamos return

Webster makes Dynamos return

Invicta Dynamos Player-Coach Anthony Leone has rounded off his roster for the 2019/20 campaign by securing the return of 19 year old forward Brandon Webster who re-joins the Mos following a year away with the London Raiders.

Jones jumps up to add depth to the Dynamos

Invicta Dynamos Player-Coach Anthony Leone continues to promote from within the junior ranks with the signing of 17 year old forward Kieron Jones who will represent both the Invicta Colts under 18s and the Mos in 2019/20.

Encouragement for Asher-Smith

Kent’s Dina Asher-Smith was handed a boost as rival Shaunae Miller-Uibo confirmed she will not race in the 200 metres at the World Championships.

Byers retains Kent Youths title

Connor Byers of Langley Park Golf Club won the Kent Youths Championship for the second year running at Knole Park GC on Friday.

Mildenhall 51-38 Kent Kings

The hoodoo that has affected Kent TouchTec Kings particularly in the reserve berths hit again as chances of what would’ve been a vital win over direct play off rivals Mildenhall were utterly dashed on Sunday up in the fens.

Canterbury 47-35 Tonbridge Juddians

These Kent rivals fought each other for the National Division 2 South promotion play-off spot last season.  Canterbury edged that battle and in this first pre-season friendly they ended narrowly in front again after running in seven tries.

Canterbury set for kick off

Canterbury kick start their pre-season programme at the Marine Travel Ground on Saturday with a visit from Kent rivals Tonbridge Juddians. Head of Rugby Andy Pratt will be monitoring the contribution of two new second row players, Matas Jurevicius and Rob Meeson, as well as summer signings Max Craven, Dwayne Corcoran and Will Scholes. Jurevicius is […]

Dynamos make treble netminder signing

Invicta Dynamos Player-Coach Anthony Leone has filled the netminder posts for the 2019/20 campaign by confirming the signings of goalie trio John Dibble, Zach Grandy-Smith and Owen Rider.

Kelso plays key role as England triumph

Kent’s Jacob Kelso played a key role as England won the Boys’ Home Internationals for the fourth year running at Ashburnham GC in Wales.

Kent Kings bow out of Silver Ski Fours

The Silver Ski Fours reached its conclusion on Monday evening at Central Park, with the Isle of Wight Warriors taking the victory both on the night and on aggregate in the championship itself.

Kelso called up by England boys

Kent Under-18 golf captain Jacob Kelso has been selected to play for England for the first time in the Boys’ Home Internationals at Ashburnham GC in Wales from August 6-9.

Young Kent golfers rule the roost

Young Kent golfers enjoyed a near-clean sweep of the main prizes at the East Berkshire GC Junior Stag competition on Thursday (August 1st).

Kent Kings 40-50 Leicester Lion Cubs

For some time in advance of this much anticipated clash between the two ante-post favourites for the National League [NL] title, it was billed as the battle of the division’s top rookies, Nathan Ablitt and Dan Gilkes for the Kent TouchTec Kings against the much-feted Thompson Twins for the Leicester Lion Cubs.

Dynamos learn new season fate

Ice hockey fans can plan their next nine months after the 2019/20 fixtures for the Invicta Dynamos were announced on Monday morning.

Kent Exiles set for knife edge clash

Kent Exiles American Football team go into their final match of the BAFL 2019 season against Farnham Knights knowing that a win will keep them in the Premier Division for next season and a loss will see them relegated back to Division One.

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