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Recruitment was wrong, admits former boss

Former boss Justin Edinburgh has admitted he got his summer recruitment at Gillingham wrong.

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Leading by example

A major personal blow in the middle of the season was one that Josh Wright used to his advantage.

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The Shouting Men with Billy Knott

Gills midfielder on his Lincoln loan, Danny Cowley and singing the night away with Imps fans.

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Stones want to keep Pigott

Joe Pigott could put his Football League career on hold to stay with hometown club Maidstone.

Kinnear - We've not given up

Chris Kinnear has not waved goodbye to Dover's promotion hopes just yet, but he concedes it's 'extremely unlikely' they will make the play-offs.

Fleet await title drama

Daryl McMahon is hoping for a remarkable final day turnaround in the National League South title race.

No parting gifts from Stones boss

There’s no room for sentiment when Maidstone host National League runners-up Tranmere in their final game of the season.

Darts still pushing

Dartford are ready for the play-offs and could yet snatch third place with a win at Poole on Saturday.

Spitfires suffer first defeat

Kent tasted defeat for the first time this season after Hampshire inflicted a six-wicket defeat in the opening Royal London One-Day Cup game.

D-Day for Gills

Head coach Ady Pennock's first reaction to prospect of Gills being relegated by former boss Justin Edinburgh.

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Mixed emotions for Wright

It’s been a season of contrast for Gillingham’s goalscoring midfielder Josh Wright.

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Fleet's secret weapon

This man could win the title for Ebbsfleet this weekend – without playing a single league game for them.

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Showtime for Duane

Dartford's Duane Ofori-Acheampong can’t wait to attack the play-offs after missing out with Dover a year ago.

Hawkins demands more

Barry Hawkins knows his needs to improve if he is going to reach the World Championship final.

Millsy made the right decision

Tom Mills has never been happier that he changed his mind and went to Maidstone trials.

Let's keep run going

Skipper Sam Northeast wants Kent to continue their blistering early-season form when the Royal London One-Day Cup campaign starts in Canterbury.

Final day showdown

Gillingham's League 1 status will be decided on the final day of the season.

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Miller woe at play-off blow

Despite his goal glut this season, Ricky Miller believes he has failed in his main objective of firing Dover into the National League play-offs.

Jay: We could have done more

Maidstone boss Jay Saunders wanted to put on more of a show for the big crowd on Tuesday night.

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New deal for Rouse

Kent wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Rouse has seen his good week capped by a contract extension.

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