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Bromley v Altrincham preview

Bromley v Altrincham preview

Bromley play their first home game of the new National League season on Saturday afternoon when they entertain Altrincham at Hayes Lane.

Welling United v Worthing preview

Following their season opener at Taunton Town, Welling United host Worthing in their first Vanarama National League South game of 2022-23.

Non League Weekend Fixture List

Catch up with all the fixtures involving Kent’s non league sides over the weekend.

Non League Midweek Round Up

Catch up with all the results involving Kent’s non league sides over the midweek period.

Harris wants more Gills additions

Gillingham manager Neil Harris still wants new additions to his squad after they made it into the second round of the Carabao Cup with a hard-fought 2-0 win at AFC Wimbledon.

AFC Wimbledon 0-2 Gillingham

Dramatic late goals from substitutes Mikael Mandron and Jordan Green powered Gillingham to a 2-0 win over AFC Wimbledon and into the second round of the Carabao Cup.

Erith & Belvedere 2-3 Raynes Park Vale

Having suffered the heartbreak of a ninety-third minute equaliser on Saturday, Erith and Belvedere were knocked out of the FA Cup in the Preliminary Round replay by Raynes Park Vale.

Erith & Belvedere v Raynes Park Vale preview

On Tuesday evening, F.A. Cup football comes to Park View Road as Erith and Belvedere entertain Raynes Park Vale in a Preliminary Round replay.

Non League Midweek Fixture List

Catch up with all the fixtures involving Kent’s non league sides over the midweek period.

Feeney has got mixed feelings

On a balmy summer’s day, Taunton Town and Welling United cancelled each other out in a goal-less draw. After the game, Wings manager Warren Feeney had mixed feelings about the afternoon.

Fisher appointed Gills Co-Chairman

Gillingham Football Club have announced the appointment of Paul Fisher as Co-Chairman and CEO with immediate effect.

Gillingham 1-0 Rochdale

For the first time in almost a year, the Gillingham faithful filled out of Priestfield on Saturday afternoon with three points tucked under their arms as Neil Harris’ side gained their first win of the new League Two season.

Non League Weekend Round Up

Catch up with all the results involving Kent’s non league sides over the weekend.

Ebbsfleet United 3-0 Chippenham Town

It was a tale of two substitutes in the second-half as Toby Edser scored on his Fleet debut and Darren McQueen started where he left off in a Fleet shirt to seal the result in the final 10 minutes.

Glebe 4-3 Holmesdale

In a local derby cup tie between two SCEFL Premier Division sides it was Glebe who came out on top on an enthralling seven goal thriller against Holmesdale at a sunny Foxbury Avenue on Saturday afternoon.

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Stevens to end time with Kent

Stevens to end time with Kent

After 17 years with the Club, Darren Stevens’ time as a Kent player will come to an end after the conclusion of the 2022 season.

Spitfires crash in Chelmsford

Tom Westley steered Essex to their first Royal London Cup win of the season with the sixth one-day century of his career as the Kent Spitfires were thrashed.

Finch to make Spitfires return

Kent Cricket have confirmed the return of Harry Finch to the Club for the remainder of the Royal London Cup.

Robinson happy with Kent form

At one point, during his record-breaking innings against Worcestershire last week, Ollie Robinson actually managed to reduce Darren Stevens to laughter.

Kent League Premier Division week 14

Luke Schlemmer’s fourth century in four games was instrumental in the change at the top of the Kent League Premier Division with four weeks remaining.

Hampshire thrash Kent at Beckenham

Hampshire thrashed the Kent Spitfires by 163 runs in the Royal London Cup at Beckenham, after a sensational 181 by Tom Prest.

Billings to captain Lions at Canterbury

Kent captain Sam Billings will lead the England Lions at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence against South Africa’s Test side next week.

Spitfires downed in Glamorgan

Career best one day scores for Colin Ingram and Tom Cullen, in a record sixth wicket stand for Glamorgan of 186, sparked a remarkable recovery which took the defending champions to their second win in the Royal London Cup beating the Kent Spitfires.

Robinson double ton seals Spitfires win

Double century-maker Ollie Robinson hit Kent’s highest individual score in List A cricket as they chased down a 352 target with 5.1 overs to spare in their opening Royal London Cup encounter with Worcestershire at New Road.

Crawley named in England squad

Kent batsman Zak Crawley has been named in a 14-strong squad for the first two LV= Insurance Test matches against South Africa starting at Lord’s on 17 August.

Saini to stick with Spitfires

Kent Cricket have confirmed that India fast bowler Navdeep Saini will now be available for Kent Spitfires for the remainder of the Royal London Cup.

Denly to lead Spitfires in Cup

A galvanised Joe Denly will lead the Kent Spitfires in this year’s Royal London Cup, as the county looks to end the 2022 season with a second trophy in as many years.

Kent League Premier Division week 13

Having seemingly had one hand on the Kent League Premier Division trophy, Minster were reminded that there can be many twists and turns in a season when they were defeated at home to Sandwich Town.

Billings signs Kent contract extension

Kent Cricket have announced that Men’s Captain, Sam Billings, has pledged his long-term future to the Club.

Stewart commits to Kent until end of 2024

Kent Cricket have announced that all-rounder Grant Stewart has signed an extension to his Kent contract, which will now run until the end of the 2024 season.

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Crees hoping for Snetterton revival

Crees hoping for Snetterton revival

Michael Crees heads into the latest round of the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship at Snetterton this weekend, retaining his usual positive and upbeat approach – despite the 2022 campaign having been more perplexing than expected.

Hill set for Snetterton

Jake Hill heads to Norfolk targeting further success as the seventh round of the 2022 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship at Snetterton this weekend. 

Motorbase hungry for further success

The Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship at Snetterton 300 Circuit awaits Motorbase Performance this weekend, where the Wrotham team is determined to continue its momentum after a memorable first victory of the season last time out.

Character building weekend for Crees

Michael Crees encountered a more challenging outing than expected at Knockhill in Scotland last weekend, with a struggle for power leading to a best finish of sixth in the Independents Trophy.

Best weekend ever for Hill

Jake Hill claimed his second victory of the 2022 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship during a memorable weekend at Knockhill Circuit that has shot the BRDC SuperStar right into championship contention.

Sutton on top for Motorbase

NAPA Racing UK celebrated its maiden race victory in the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship at Knockhill Circuit in Scotland, after a remarkable drive from Ash Sutton sealed a very popular win for the Motorbase Performance run entry in round 17 of the season.

Hat trick for Reade in Scotland

If Carlsberg made weekends, that would have been very close as Kent’s Luke Reade took three wins in the latest round of the Ginetta Supercup.

Pole for Hill

Jake Hill collected his second pole position of the season thanks to a dominant qualifying performance at Knockhill. Setting the tone early in the session and improving throughout, Hill claimed the top spot by a clear 0.2 tenths.

Ward positive after home round

Tom Ward came away from another Bennett’s British Superbike round having claimed more points over two races securing 8th and 6th to leave him just 12 points shy of a championship podium position. 

Motorbase targeting further success

Knockhill Circuit in Scotland hosts the stars and cars of the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship this coming weekend, where Motorbase Performance aims to make the best possible start to the second half of the season – especially after topping the recent Goodyear tyre test.

Crees looking to kick start campaign

Michael Crees heads to the most northerly track on the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship calendar this weekend as the second half of the 2022 season gets underway – the annual visit of the BTCC to Knockhill Circuit in Scotland.

Solid weekend for Hopkins

Round five was at our home track – Brands Hatch. The FP1 and FP2 practice sessions on Friday were really difficult as every time we were about to go out on track it started to rain which made choosing tyres a bit of a lottery.

Hill set for Knockhill

Jake Hill and ROKiT MB Motorsport will head across the border and into Scotland for the sixth round of the 2022 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship at Knockhill Circuit. 

Battling display for Ray

Kent’s Bradley Ray had a weekend of battles at the latest round of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship last weekend.

Ray ready for home round

Kent’s Bradley Ray will be back on track at Brands Hatch this weekend as he looks to extend his championship lead in front of his home fans.

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Byrden steps up to the Dynamos

Byrden steps up to the Dynamos

The Invicta Dynamos have announced that the young and talented Invicta Junior, Harvey Bryden, has made the step up to NIHL1 and will fill the number 2 goalie spot for the club for the 2022/23 season.

Colvin makes Dynamos return

The Invicta Dynamos have announced that 23 year old versatile player Louis Colvin has penned a new deal with the Mos after he spent 2 promising seasons following his debut at the club in 2017.

Harris to stick with the Dynamos

Richard Harris has confirmed his commitment to the Invicta Dynamos for another season after a successful term in 2021/22.

Stephenson makes Dynamos return

Former Invicta Dynamos junior, Joe Stephenson, is to once again ice for the Mos as he completes a comeback to the club and resumes his defensive position on the blue line.  

Lillis to stick with the Dynamos

The Dynamos’ preparations for 2022/23 continue with the return of long serving D man and Invicta stalwart, Harrison Lillis.

Chard brothers join the Dynamos

The Invicta Dynamos have announced Taylor and Brandon Chard as the sixth and seventh signings of the 2022/23 campaign.

Rider to be Dynamos number one

Owen Rider – the Invicta Dynamos very own homegrown netminder who has shown huge potential since transitioning into the senior team just 2 seasons ago has seized the opportunity presented to him to step up and fill the number one goalie spot for the 2022/23 campaign.

Radacanu bows out of Wimbledon

Emma Raducanu’s Wimbledon return proved to be an anti-climax as the US Open champion exited in the second round with a straight-sets defeat by Caroline Garcia.

Ford qualifies for The Open

In sunny, but windy conditions on the Kent coast, Matthew Ford qualified for The Open to make his major championship debut after he led the qualifiers at Prince’s on a five-under-par total of 139.

Soar heads to the Dynamos

The Invicta Dynamos have continued building for the 2022/23 season with the signing of 29 year old Sniper Tom Soar who switches to Gillingham from the NIHL North 1 team Solihull Barons.

The Open brings millions to Kent

The 149th Open at Royal St George’s in 2021 delivered £113.4 million in economic benefit to Kent according to independent research commissioned by The R&A.

Captain Tom back with the Dynamos

32 year old forward Tom Davis has become the third player to return to the Invicta Dynamos ahead of the 2022/23 season after confirming his desire to continue with the club and his vital role as Captain, an honour new Head Coach Karl Lennon did not hesitate to bestow him.

Lascek returns for second Dynamos stint

The Invicta Dynamos have announced that Stanislav Lascek will return to Kent having completed a brief but very memorable spell with the Mos back in October 2021.

Gary to take on hardest triathlon

A world first will take place in Kent next week, when the Chairman of Parkinson’s UK becomes the first person living with the condition to take part in the world’s hardest triathlon. 

Huska commits future to Dynamos

Star Slovakian and Invicta Dynamos 2021/22 Forward of the Year, Juraj Huska, has once again put pen to paper and committed to another season with the club.

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