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Goldberg disappointed with loss

Goldberg disappointed with loss

Although Welling United were the better team, two defensive errors cost them dearly as Wealdstone claimed the three points.

Bowyer picks up bizarre red card

Lee Bowyer picked up a bizarre red card on Saturday when he retrieved a ball from the pitch‎ and appeared to aim it at the Birmingham dug out.

Charlton Athletic 0-1 Birmingham City

Fortress Valley was breached for the first time since last October when Birmingham snatched a 1-0 win on‎ Saturday, courtesy of a second-half goal from 16-year-old sensation, Jude Bellingham.

Gillingham 2-0 Wycombe Wanderers

They came; they saw; and they left a well beaten side as Gillingham produced their best performance yet under Steve Evans to shatter League leaders Wycombe Wanderers unbeaten start to the League season.

Welling United 1-2 Wealdstone

League leaders Wealdstone were victorious at Welling United but they may have wondered how they did it.

Cray Wanderers 1-1 Haringey Borough

Cray Wanderers picked up an impressive point at home to Haringey Borough and could have won it at the end of an entertaining match, but for the excellent performance of Borough goalkeeper Valery Pajetat, at a sunny Hayes Lane on Saturday.

Woking 2-2 Ebbsfleet United

Fleet secured one of their most important and surely most unlikely points of the season as they came back from the dead, two goals down with seven minutes on the clock.

Faversham Town 1-0 Sittingbourne

Sittingbourne came away from Salters Lane in the Swale Derby wondering how they did not get at least a point while Faversham who were gifted their goal went above their opponents in the table.

Evans facing biggest challenge

Gillingham boss Steve Evans has been talking to KSN ahead of the biggest test of his managerial career here in Kent.

Lynch strengthens backroom team

On the eve of “El Swale-co”, Sittingbourne boss Chris Lynch has moved to strengthen his backroom staff following the departure of coach Nathan Elder to rivals Hythe Town, by announcing the appointment of former Holland and Blair boss Darren Blackburn to be his number two on Thursday evening.

Warrilow looking to bounce back

Ashford United boss Tommy Warrilow has called on his charges to carry on their good start to their season as the second placed team in the early BetVictor South East League table look to bounce back from their FA Cup exit last weekend.

Welling United v Wealdstone preview

Having claimed one point in the last nine, Welling United entertain runaway National League South league leaders Wealdstone.

Miles looking forward to clash

Saturday sees the next instalment of one of the fiercest rivalries in Kent football as Faversham Town welcome Sittingbourne to Salters Lane for “El Swale-co”.

Charlton Athletic v Birmingham City preview

Charlton are back in action on Saturday, after a two week mini break ‎due to the international fixtures.

Hessenthaler looking forward to Chorley clash

Dover Athletic slipped to their first away defeat of the season at Boreham Wood and with lowly Chorley the visitors to Crabble this weekend, boss Andy Hessenthaler has challenged his side to bring their stunning road form home.

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Stevens stars as Kent dominate

Stevens stars as Kent dominate

Darren Stevens continued his bid for a new Kent contract with a quite remarkable career best 237 to help steer the visitors out of early trouble at 39 for five on day one against Yorkshire at Emerald Headingley.

Surely Stevens should stay?

At 43 years old, Darren Stevens is proving age is just a number and surely Kent Cricket should keep him for at least another year?

Cook back with Kent

Kent Cricket have announced that former Kent bowler Simon Cook will be joining the club’s coaching staff as a specialist Bowling Coach from 1st October, 2019.

Walker hoping for Kent progress

With their place in the Specsavers County Championship top flight assured following their fourth win of the campaign at Trent Bridge last week, Kent’s head coach Matt Walker is hoping the club can now kick-on both on and off the field.

Du Plessis given Kent green light

2019 Vitality Blast signing Faf du Plessis has been made available for Kent Cricket in the club’s upcoming Specsavers County Championship match away at Yorkshire.

Stevens stars as Kent victorious

Kent duly completed their fourth victory of the Specsavers County Championship season as they defeated Nottinghamshire by 227 runs before tea on the third day at Trent Bridge.

Stevens stars as Kent dominate

Darren Stevens continued to roll back the years with another remarkable performance on the second day of Kent’s Specsavers County Championship match against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge.

Stevens shines as Kent lead the way

Darren Stevens began his ‘farewell tour’ with an impressive innings of 88 on the first day of Kent’s Specsavers County Championship match against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge.

Claydon to join Sussex next season

After seven seasons at the club, Mitchell Claydon will be leaving Kent at the end of this season, signing a deal with Sussex after being allowed to talk to other counties.

Kent looking to bounce back

Kent will return to Specsavers County Championship action at Trent Bridge next Tuesday still licking their wounds following the Spitfires’ Vitality Blast elimination at the hands of Essex Eagles.  

Denly to open for England

Kent’s Joe Denly has revealed he will open the batting for England in the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford, with Jason Roy moving down to four.

Spitfires crash out of T20 Blast

Cameron Delport’s cavalier 64 set Essex Eagles up to beat Kent Spitfires by 10 runs and qualify for the Vitality Blast quarter-finals.

Spitfires crash in T20 Blast clash

An unbeaten century by captain Michael Klinger inspired Gloucestershire to a five-run Vitality Blast win over Kent in Canterbury that guarantees the West Country county a place in the quarter finals whilst leaving Kent’s progression from the south group hanging in the balance.

Crawley hoping for two wins

Kent opening batsman Zak Crawley believes his side may have to win both their remaining Vitality Blast matches to be sure of reaching the knockout stages of this year’s short-form event.

Leaning looking forward to fresh start

In terms of County Championship cricket, certainly, Jack Leaning has been there, done it and bought the t-shirt. Now, having signed for Kent, he is aiming to raid the wardrobe again.

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Prosser steps up with Team Hard

Prosser steps up with Team Hard

Team Hard announced today that GT Cup star Kris Prosser will step up to the Millers Oil Ginetta GT4 Supercup series for the remaining two rounds of the season.

Hill ready for Knockhill challenge

Jake Hill says he is looking forward to one of the most challenging tracks on the British Touring Car Championship calendar as the series visits Knockhill this weekend.

Knockhill next for Team Shredded Wheat

Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher makes its annual trip across the border this week, as the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship visits Knockhill.

Bushell deputises for Tordoff

Experienced racer Mike Bushell will return to the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship this weekend with the Cobra Sport AmD with AutoAid/RCIB Insurance Racing team.

Heathcote heads to Knockhill

Off the back off a double win last time out, Nathan Heathcote travels to the UK’s most northerly major race circuit, Knockhill.  

Fresh challenge for Lidsey

Knockhill Circuit in Scotland will provide a fresh new challenge for Renault UK Clio Cup front-runner Brett Lidsey this weekend, when the championship makes its return north of the border.

Podium return for Ray

It was a positive weekend all round for Lydd’s Bradley Ray taking two podium finishes on his GSX-R1000R Superbike at Oulton Park.

Excellent BSB debut for Olsen

It was a Britsh Superbike race meeting for team debutante Alex Olsen who marked his first ever ride in the series with an excellent ninth place in the opening race on the Smiths BMW S1000RR.

Nevill heads for daunting challenge

Kent’s Alex Nevill is looking forward to the challenge of the daunting Cadwell Park circuit in Lincolnshire.

Hawkey still in title hunt

Kent’s Esmee remains firmly in hunt for Porsche Carrera Cup GB championship.

Conway victorious at Silverstone

Kent’s Mike Conway enjoyed a sensational opening weekend in the 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship.

Hill victorious at Snetterton

Driving his fourth different type of racing car in seven days, BTCC star Jake Hill took Victory in Paul Whight’s  thunderous Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT2 car at Snetterton.

Class win for McCarthy

Jack McCarthy has secured a third Pro Am class win of his maiden Porsche Carrera Cup GB season so far.

Conway hoping for home glory

This weekend will see TOYOTA GAZOO Racing driver and Kent’s Mike Conway begin his FIA World Endurance Championship campaign as the 2019/20 season kicks off with his home race – the 4 Hours of Silverstone.

Ovenden too hot to handle

Canterbury based Rallycross driver Tristan Ovenden fresh from his Supercar test was back behind the wheel of his Renault Clio V6 to contest round 5 of the British Rallycross Championship at his home circuit of Lydden Hill.

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Invicta Dynamos 5-4 Junior Raiders

Invicta Dynamos 5-4 Junior Raiders

The Invicta Dynamos won their home debut of the regular season 5-4 against local rivals, Romford Junior Raiders. Goals scored by Filip Sedivy, Ryan Morgan, Elliot Farrell and Jake Stedman sealed two points for the Dynamos.

Canterbury 33-34 Blackheath

This might have been the narrowest of defeats but there was still plenty for Canterbury to celebrate as they earned their first National One points and lift themselves of the foot of the fledgling league table. 

Invicta Dynamos 4-6 Slough Jets

The Invicta Dynamos fell short in a much-improved performance against Slough Jets in their second pre-season match. The Dynamos lost 6-4 to Lukas Smital’s side after a heavy 9-1 defeat the night before.

Asher-Smith scoops 100m gold

Kent’s Dina Asher-Smith won her first International Association of Athletics Federations Diamond League title as she ran a season’s best in the women’s 100 metres final at the second of the finals in Brussels.

Canterbury 14-37 Old Elthamians

This was always going to be a testing debut for Canterbury as they faced up to the hard facts of life in National Division One.

Evening of bonuses for Kent Kings

It was an evening of bonuses for the Kent TouchTec Kings on Monday at Central Park.  

Kent Roller Girls to celebrate

Kent Roller Girls are celebrating nine years of training players and officials, developing athletes and promoting the sport of roller derby in their South-East corner of England.

Pontypool 54-14 Canterbury

Canterbury crossed the border for their last pre-season game with Andy Pratt knowing that Welsh Champipnhsip side Pontypool would be a stern test for his players ahead of their maiden season in National Division One.

Kent Kings 59-31 Mildenhall Fen Tigers

Kent TouchTec Kings ascended back to that precious throne – the number 1 spot in the National League [NL] after a stunning 59-31 victory over the Mildenhall Fen Tigers at Central Park on Monday afternoon.

Canterbury 17-28 Esher

These sides have swapped divisions but it was relegated Esher who shaded this pre-season friendly. A last minute try, gifted to the visitors by an embarrassing handling mistake, made the difference.

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.

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