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Biker in intensive care after crash

Superbike champion Shane 'Shakey' Byrne remains in intensive care after crashing during testing for a championship race.


Watt makes Stones return

Former Maidstone United player Steve Watt has returned to the Gallagher Stadium as part of the club's management team.

Kent batting below-par

Joe Denly admitted Kent did not put enough runs on the board in their defeat to Sussex in their opening Royal London One-Day Cup match

We won't interfere

Co-chairman Steve Irving says Dartford's new joint-managers will be given time and space to get things right.

Kent hope to keep Henry

Kent head coach Matt Walker hopes the club can keep Matt Henry beyond his initial short-term contract at the club.

Alexander makes first signings

Ashford United have made their first new signings of the summer.

Matthews returns to winning ways

Fighter bounces back from first pro defeat with a 40-37 points win.

Kent beaten in One-Day Cup opener

Daniel Bell-Drummond's half-century was not enough to stop Kent from losing against Sussex


Budget claims are 'nonsense'

Gillingham chairman Paul Scally insists they are financially competitive with the majority of teams in League 1.


Medway Sports Awards get an Olympic great

Lizzy Yarnold, the most successful Winter Olympian in British history, will attend this year’s event.

Confidence high ahead of Royal London One Day Cup

Kent head coach Matt Walker says they are confident going into the start of the Royal London One-Day Cup.


Macca holding player meetings

Ebbsfleet boss Daryl McMahon has already opened talks with several transfer targets.

Great expectations

New bosses Adam Flanagan and Jamie Coyle are determined to have Dartford challenging for promotion to the National League again next season.

Parry targets Football League with Dover

Manny Parry has ambitions of playing in the Football League and wants to do that with Dover Athletic.

Stones captain commits

Stuart Lewis has agreed a new deal with Maidstone United.

Tone left me in tears

Ryan Hayes was so emotional when he told Tony Burman he was leaving Dartford that he had to hang up the phone.

Blair boss quits

There is a new manager at SCEFL side Hollands & Blair following Clint Gooding's resignation.

Player talks give Cugs hope

Neil Cugley is confident he can keep his Folkestone squad together and have another crack at the play-offs.

Odev hopeful star men will stay put

Sittingbourne boss Aslan Odev believes they are well positioned to fend off interest for some of their star players.

New deal for Seth

Defender Seth Nana Twumasi has signed a new one year deal with Maidstone United.

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