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Freak injury for Stones star

James Mead (left) in action for Folkestone against Horsham last season Picture: Rebecca Clarke

16 September 2015

Folkestone Rugby Club players will go out to win for James Mead on Saturday after the scrum-half broke his neck in training.

World Cup comes to Kent!

Roger Clark with the Webb Ellis Trophy at Leeds Castle. Picture: Martin Apps

04 September 2015

The Rugby World Cup trophy came to Kent on Thursday.

Maidstone Rugby Club plan to leave The Mote

07 August 2015

Maidstone Rugby Club anticipate leaving The Mote for a new ground in three to five years.

Ashford RFC coach Hall aiming high

Ashford in action.

23 July 2015

Ashford Rugby coach Darren Hall has outlined his ambitions and objectives as he settles into his new job.

Croatia prop to join the fray

16 July 2015

There will be a fresh look to Canterbury Rugby Club’s line-up next season, with an international prop and three New Zealanders joining the squad.

Rhys Fussell proud to be named new Ashford RFC captain

Rhys Fussell

09 July 2015

Rhys Fussell is proud and delighted to be appointed new captain of Ashford Rugby Club.

Hall is named new coach at Ashford RFC

Ashford in action against Colfeians last season

11 June 2015

Darren Hall is Ashford Rugby Club’s new head coach.

Little promises to do things his way

Nicky Little

21 May 2015

New Canterbury Rugby Club coach Nicky Little hopes he does his pal Andy Pratt proud when he replaces him in the role next season.

Pratt makes 'hardest decision'

Andy Pratt

12 May 2015

Andy Pratt says stepping down as head coach at Canterbury was the hardest decision he has ever had to make.

Twickers win yet to sink in

Maidstone's Head of Playing, Sean Charlton, says the club's Intermediate Cup win over Bridgnorth at Twickenham has not yet sunk in Picture: Countrywide Photographic

08 May 2015

Sean Charlton is still in shock at Maidstone Rugby Club’s Twickenham triumph.

Wilkins: Staying up would represent success

Chris Wilkins

07 May 2015

Kent open their rugby County Championship campaign against Hertfordshire on Saturday (3pm) with one clear objective in mind – to stay up.

Hathaway: Icing on the cake

Maidstone coach Paul Hathaway with the trophy. Picture: Martin Apps

04 May 2015

Lifting the RFU Intermediate Cup at Twickenham was the icing on the cake for Maidstone coach Paul Hathaway.

Maidstone triumph in final

RFU Intermediate Cup winners Maidstone. Picture: Martin Apps

03 May 2015

Maidstone won the RFU Intermediate Cup final at Twickenham on Sunday.


Williams doesn't want to fall at final hurdle

Maidstone's Ben Williams helps defeat Coney Hill in the Intermediate Cup national semi-final Picture: Martin Apps

02 May 2015

Reaching Twickenham is no longer enough for Maidstone Rugby Club captain Ben Williams.

Hathaway: Honesty is the best policy

Maidstone coach Paul Hathaway, centre, has decisions to make over his Twickenham line-up Picture: Martin Apps

01 May 2015

Maidstone coach Paul Hathaway has the unenviable task of breaking bad news to players who won’t feature in the Intermediate Cup final side.

Pratt: Next year could be just as tough

Andy Pratt Picture: Tony Flashman

30 April 2015

Head coach Andy Pratt says Canterbury RFC’s trials on the pitch this season have proved just how hard it is to stay in National 2 South.

Brill hoping for perfect finale

Ben Brill bows out for Maidstone at Twickenham this weekend hoping for a winning finale Picture: Martin Apps

30 April 2015

Kiwi Ben Brill plays his final game for Maidstone on the biggest stage of all.

Dengate sets title target

Sheppey coach Rob Dengate Picture: John Westhrop

29 April 2015

Coach Rob Dengate has challenged Sheppey Rugby Club to make up for their double disappointment by winning Kent 1 next season.

Canterbury finish strong

Canterbury's Mason Rosvall. Picture: Chris Davey.

27 April 2015

Canterbury finished their National 2 South campaign on a high by recording their biggest win of the season at home to Clifton.

Medway's finest day

Medway celebrate promotion from London 2 South East. Picture: Steve Crispe

27 April 2015

Coach Taff Gwilliam says promotion to London 1 South was the culmination of hard work on and off the field.

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