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Ebbsfleet United appoint highly regarded Kutrieb

Ebbsfleet United appoint highly regarded Kutrieb

Ebbsfleet United have announced the appointment of the highly regarded Dennis Kutrieb to the role of first-team manager.

Link formed between Sittingbourne clubs

The two senior teams in Sittingbourne, Sittingbourne FC and Borden Village, have formed a link.

Evans proud of year at Gills

June 1st, 2019 – the day that Steve Evans officially became manager of Gillingham Football Club. A year on and the Gills boss has been talking to KSN about the first year in the Priestfield hot seat as well as his hopes for the future whenever that may be…

Evans hoping for Gills answers

The Premier League is hoped to restart on June 17th – will that finally mean that Gillingham’s League One campaign will follow suit?

Undisclosed fee for Charlton Athletic

It has become a standing joke with Charlton fans that the fee involved in a transfer deal – buying or selling – ‎is ‘undisclosed’.

Only one absentee from training

The Addicks were without three players when they reported back for training‎ on Monday – David Davis, Tomer Hemed and Matt Smith.

Sale imminent of Addicks

Dutchaman, John van Zweden, posted the following Tweet on Thursday afternoon:

Hessenthaler proud about Gills history

Today, we conclude the “22 Days in May” with the second part of our chat with the man voted top of the fans all-time favourite Gillingham players as KSN’s chief football writer Mike Green concludes his chat with ANDY HESSENTHALER…

Binks keen to get playing again

With footballers from across the globe returning to training ahead of Leagues potentially restarting in the next few weeks, we’ve been talking to Kent’s export to Major League Soccer – Luis Binks – as he returns to Canada to resume his career with Impact Montreal.

Bromley fans raise funds for NHS

On Saturday 23rd May, fans, players and staff of Bromley FC raised over £3,000 for the NHS Charities!

Gills youngster Tommy Lamb moves Stateside

As the end of the football season comes around, naturally, contracts come to an end. Most notably in the professional game – but it’s no different for young talents hoping to make it in football.

Miles remembers special Deal day

Today for our focus in the “22 Days in May”, we speak to the man who quite possibly saved Deal Town’s Vase run when it threatened to be over before it even began at Eastleigh – KSN’s chief football writer Mike Green has been talking to “super-sub” Phil Miles…

Hessie – Gills best I ever played with

Today we turn the “Twenty-two Days in May” spotlight on a player who needs little introduction to Kent’s football fans.

Guise remembers Deal triumph

The latest trip down the “22 Days in May” is a second trip to the commentary box and the memories of regular KSN contributor Peter Guise who has been reminiscing with our chief football writer Mike Green…

Kent mourns the loss of Boswell

Kent football is in mourning this Bank Holiday weekend with the desperately sad news that former Kent FA President Colin Boswell has passed away after a short battle with cancer.

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Podmore loving lockdown cycling

Podmore loving lockdown cycling

Kitted out from top-to-toe in Lycra, wearing an aerodynamic helmet and riding a hi-tech Chris Boardman lightweight carbon-fibre bike, Harry Podmore cuts every inch the willowy, athletic figure of a professional cyclist – the only issue is – he’s a fast bowler for Kent.

Walker helping to get England players fit

Kent’s head coach Matt Walker emerged from his 10-week club furlough on Monday to answer the ECB’s call to arms and get England’s cricketers fit and ready for their re-scheduled Test battle against the West Indies and the remainer of the international calendar.

Three Kent players in England squad

Kent’s England trio of Sam Billings, Zak Crawley and Joe Denly have been named amongst the group of men’s players that have been asked to return to training, as England prepare for the prospect of behind-closed-doors cricket, subject to UK Government clearance.

Nabi’s Kent return mutually withdrawn

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, Afghanistan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi will now not be returning to the Kent Spitfires for the 2020 Vitality Blast.

No county cricket until August

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has confirmed that no professional cricket will be played in England and Wales until at least 1 August, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Denly – Light at the end of the tunnel

This Bank Holiday weekend, Kent should have been hosting Essex at the Spitfire Ground St Lawrence in Canterbury, but sadly the only cricket to “enjoy” this weekend will be on the respective satellite channels.

Trophy-winning Kent stars join The Spitfire Sessions

The Spitfire Sessions presents three Kent trophy winners from the Clubs 150-year history, for the sixth session on Kent Day, Tuesday 26th May, at 7pm.

The Rainbow Run smashes the £10,000 mark

Officially supported by Kent Cricket and the Club’s Principal Partners, Shepherd Neame, The Rainbow Run has beaten its original £1,000 target ten times over.

Kent Cricket supports Premier League side

Kent Cricket has opened up its facilities at The County Ground, Beckenham, to support the return of Crystal Palace’s players, after a ten week absence.

Denly hoping for some cricket

Much has been written in recent weeks about the county’s footballers having their respective seasons curtailed. But what about Kent’s club cricketers for whom season 2020 hasn’t yet seen a ball bowled in anger?

Yardy up for Kent challenge

After playing 500 games across the formats for Sussex, Mike Yardy has agreed to a ‘return home’ after joining Kent as the county’s first specialist batting coach.

Four Kent icons receive county caps

Some of the biggest and most important names in the history of Kent Women have been awarded county caps in 2020, the Club’s 150th Year.

Kent players to do The Rainbow Run

Following a positive response from the cricket family, Kent Cricket has made the decision to significantly raise its target distance during the Rainbow Run event on Sunday 17th May.

Downton – Exciting time for Kent

As a wicketkeeper who pocketed well over 1,000 catches during his playing days, Kent’s fortunes on the field are seemingly in the safest of hands when it comes to Paul Downton.

Denly proud of Crawley

Kent Spitfires star Joe Denly has described presenting county team-mate Zak Crawley with his maiden England Test cap as one of the proudest moments of his cricket career.

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BTCC changes for Brands Hatch

BTCC changes for Brands Hatch

The two scheduled 2020 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship events at Brands Hatch will now switch layouts.

Yardley-Rose joins VW Cup with Team Hard

The 2019 MSUK kart series vice champion Harry Yardley-Rose will make his circuit racing debut with Team HARD.

Stephenson siblings love of racing

On the eve of the 2020 British Karting Championships the UK went into lockdown. Two of those drivers that were about to take on the challenge of a national championship for the first time were brother and sister Riley and Poppi Stephenson, this was their time to show off their talents.

Kibble remains in British GT

Patrick Kibble will be returning to the Intelligent Money British GT Championship for the 2020 season continuing where he left off in 2019.

Unfinished business for Nevill

Alex Nevill recently announced that he would continue racing in the Mini Challenge for 2020 in the pro class.

Bridle brothers passion for racing

In recent weeks we have been speaking with up and coming racing talent and today we catch-up with the Bridle brothers.

Bayford Meadows keeping fans updated

We currently don’t have any racing being undertaken in the U.K. but that doesn’t mean you can’t get your racing fix.

Lidsey on tough decision

Brett Lidsey recently announced that he will be moving away from racing in the UK for 2020 to race in Europe.

Tyler Lidsey joins new look Clio Cup grid

Dartford’s Tyler Lidsey is looking forward to getting back out on track for the 2020 motorsport season once it gets going.

Revised BTCC calendar announced

The Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship have this morning announced a revised calendar for the 2020 season.

Ray relishing fresh start

Lydd’s Bradley Ray is relishing a new start in the Bennetts British Superbike Championship as he joins the Synetiq BMW team.

Ward excited by Kawasaki move

Canterbury’s Tom Ward will be riding for the Massingberd-Mundy MSS Performance Kawasaki team for 2020.

Fresh challenge for Nixon

Jack Nixon has been looking back on his 2019 season in the HEL Performance British Motostar season and ahead to the 2020 British Superstock 600 series.

Your Name Our Car Campaign

Team HARD. Racing have set up a fundraising campaign in support of  Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust that allows race fans to have their name on the teams British Touring Car Championship VW CC.

New challenge for Dixon in 2020

Ryan Dixon will be looking to take on a new challenge once the 2020 motorsport season gets underway.

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Cannons is new Kent County Golf captain

Cannons is new Kent County Golf captain

Walmer & Kingsdown Golf Club member Paul Cannons has been confirmed as their new county captain by the Kent Golf Union.

Davis decides to stay with Dynamos

29 year old forward Tom Davis has become the fifth player to return to the Invicta Dynamos ahead of the 2020/21 season after committing to a second consecutive campaign in Kent.

Webster sticks with the Dynamos

The Invicta Dynamos have added another player to the roster for the upcoming 2020/21 season by securing the return of soon to be 20 year old forward Brandon Webster.

Canterbury forced to let Pratt go

Canterbury Rugby Club’s full time Head of Rugby, Andy Pratt, has become a casualty of the financial fall out of the Covid 19 virus.

Lillis commits future to Dynamos

Player-Coach Anthony Leone has continued his preparations for the 2020/21 season by securing the return of 26 year old defenceman Harrison Lillis who pens a contract for a tenth year at the Invicta Dynamos.

Royal St George’s Open postponed

The R&A has decided to cancel The Open in 2020 due to the current Covid-19 pandemic and the Championship will next be played at Royal St George’s in 2021.

Dynamos pair commit futures

Invicta Dynamos joint owner Kevin Parrish has announced that the club has begun plans for the 2020/21 season with the return of Player-Coach Anthony Leone and Slovakian forward Tomas Banovsky.

Porter fully immersed in sport

With no sport currently taking place in the UK, today at Kent Sports News we look at the rising starts in motorsport.

The Open staging in doubt

With the sporting calendar being extended into the summer and beyond, thoughts are beginning to turn towards the fate of arguably Kent’s biggest sporting event of the summer and whether or not it will take place.

Blog: Running for our lives

There has never been a more important time to get out and go for a run.

Start of speedway season delayed

The current measures put in place to deal with the Coronavirus crisis which are affecting all sports across the UK and indeed beyond have, as was sadly inevitable, forced a delay to the start (due next month) of the Kent TouchTec Kings’ season. 

All parkruns in Kent cancelled

Every parkrun in Kent and across the world have been cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Running clubs to halt activities

Running clubs and events across Kent will come to an end until the end of April due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

RFU suspends all rugby

Following government advice, the RFU will suspend all rugby activity in England, at both professional and community level.

Dynamos season comes to an end

The English Ice Hockey Association (EIHA) have confirmed that all remaining fixtures in the 2019/20 season have been cancelled with immediate effect.

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