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Barry Bright is stepping down as chairman of the Kent FA after 34 years Picture: John Westhrop

The future's Bright

Kent FA chairman Barry Bright speaks exclusively to KentOnline as he prepares to step down after 34 years in the role.

Milne: Put me to the Test

Adam Milne. Picture: Gary Browne

New Zealand paceman Adam Milne says he hopes his three-month spell at Kent will be a stepping stone towards a future in Test cricket.

Cugley happy to wait

Micheal Everitt, Neil Cugley and Scott Heard

Folkestone boss Neil Cugley says he is in no rush to add the final piece to his new-look Invicta side.

Green in the mix

Jack Green Picture: Barry Goodwin

Hurdler Jack Green says his shining Diamond League performance has given him the confidence that he can mix it with the best in the world.

Clean up your act, or else

Gavin Hoare

Secretary Gavin Hoare has warned clubs could be expelled from the Kent County League if on-field discipline doesn’t improve.


Skipper turns to crucial period

Sam Northeast. Picture: Ady Kerry

Sam Northeast hopes Kent’s enforced break from action won’t hinder his side’s chances in potentially their two biggest games of the season.

Gillespie reflects on Kent spell

Jason Gillespie. Picture: Ady Kerry

Jason Gillespie reflected fondly on his early-season spell as interim assistant coach at Kent, saying there is an air of confidence around the club.


Heard back at Invicta

Scott Heard in action against Kingstonian. Picture: Gary Browne

Folkestone have agreed a deal to re-sign Scott Heard following his release from National League promotion chasers Dagenham & Redbridge.

Walker hails 'gritty' Kent

Matt Walker. Picture: Chris Davey

Head coach Matt Walker hailed his side's resilience after they claimed potentially vital Championship points against the odds on Sunday evening.


Kent remain unbeaten after dramatic rearguard

Sam Northeast. Picture: Chris Davey

Kent staved off the threat of a first defeat of the Championship season with a gritty effort to salvage a draw against Durham on Sunday evening.


ITV keen on Kennedy

English super-bantamweight champion Josh Kennedy Picture: Joe Bartlett Photography

Professional boxer Josh Kennedy has his sights on a televised clash for the Commonwealth title later this year.

Yasir - I'm ready to go

Kent's Yasir Shah. Picture: Gary Browne

An excited Yasir Shah hopes he can help Kent’s push for promotion during his four-match Championship stint.

Kent snap-up another overseas star

Yasir Shah Picture: Dan Peled/AAP

Kent have signed Pakistan bowler Yasir Shah, the world’s top-ranked Test leg-spinner, for four Specsavers County Championship matches.


Good enough for Kent?

James Hockley celebrates a century for Hartley Country Club Picture: Andy Jones

James Hockley's club captain says the prolific batsman could still do a job at county level.


Still more to come, says Walks

Matt Walker Picture: Barry Goodwin

Matt Walker says Kent are starting to develop the sort of mentality they need to be successful but he believes they can still be more ruthless.

Miller back at Hythe

Ashley Miller celebrates scoring for Folkestone Picture: Gary Browne

Former Gills forward Ashley Miller has left Folkestone to re-join their local rivals Hythe Town.

Mev staying at Invicta

Folkestone midfielder Micheal Everitt Picture: Gary Browne

Long-serving midfielder Micheal Everitt has agreed to play for Folkestone again next season.

Cannons boss gets busy

Ryan Palmer (right) has left Ashford to join Hythe Picture: Paul Amos

More new signings are expected to follow Ryan Palmer to Hythe Town this week.

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