Published: 00:00, 02 April 2014
| Updated: 08:08, 02 April 2014
17.00 - CLOSE
It's been an incredibly busy day at KM Towers. Here's what you might have missed...
There's loads of other good stuff on kentonline.co.uk/sport and we'll be back at 08.00 on Thursday to bring you more sporting goodness from around the county.
Have a good evening.
16.20 - CRICKET
16.05 - BREAKING
The big stories keep coming.
15.30 - FOOTBALL
Maidstone United manager Jay Saunders has been speaking to Craig Tucker after the Stones were today cleared by the FA to compete in the Ryman Premier play-offs.
14.55 - CRICKET
Our photographer Barry Goodwin's been busy at the Kent Cricket press day...
14.45 - BREAKING
Bad news for Margate midfielder Tom Phipp, who's out for the rest of the season with a calf injury.
Gate boss Terry Brown told the club's website: "We are disappointed to lose Tom. We thought originally it was a more serious injury but it's still a blow."
14.40 - FOOTBALL
More reaction now, this time to the big breaking news about Maidstone United.
The Stones been given a Parliamentary thumbs-up...
14.20 - FOOTBALL
Earlier today we brought you this interview with Folkestone manager Neil Cugley. He's unhappy with the "farcical" situation which will see Invicta play their final game of the season, away to Guernsey, on a Friday night - almost 24 hours before the rest of Ryman League Division 1 South wrap up their campaigns.
Here's some reaction from the Channel Islands...
14.00 - FOOTBALL
The news that Maidstone United have been granted permission to take part in the Ryman League Premier Division play-offs comes a week after manager Jay Saunders signed an extension to his contract at the Gallagher Stadium.
13.40 - FOOTBALL
And here's the reaction from the club. Maidstone United CAN play in the Ryman League play-offs this season.
13.25 - FOOTBALL
Standby folks, we've got reaction already from Maidstone United. Coming to kentonline.co.uk soon....
13.15 - FOOTBALL
Maidstone United's goalkeeper Lee Worgan tweets...
"So we can play in the play offs now the FA have over turned the decision, we need to liven up and make sure we're in them"
That sounds promising lads....
If you're just logging on after a busy morning at work, here's what you've missed so far today...
11.50 - FOOTBALL
Have you heard about the under-8 striker from Kent who scored 150 goals last season and is now on Chelsea's radar?
11.30 - CRICKET
11.00 - FOOTBALL
10.40 - FOOTBALL
Sittingbourne chairman Maurice Dunk has given his backing to joint-managers Matt Wyatt and Nick Davis after they offered to resign last week.
Want to know more? Of course you do. Here's the story.
10.15 - FOOTBALL
Strong stuff here from Folkestone Invicta manager Neil Cugley. His side will end the regular season by flying to Guernsey for a Friday night game and Cugley's not amused by the whole situation.
09.45 - FOOTBALL
Young striker Jack Harris has signed a one-year extension to his contract at Maidstone United.
09.20 - FOOTBALL
It's fair to say Tony Burman wasn't happy with referee Richard Martin last night.
08.55 - VIDEO
Here's a treat for you.
Did you hear the one about the League 1 club chairman, the Ryman League Premier Division club, the artificial pitch and the Football Association? If not, here's a recap on a story we had on kentonline.co.uk yesterday afternoon. Well worth a read.
08.30 - FOOTBALL
Up in the Championship, Charlton's survival bid took a turn for the better as they returned from Leeds with three points. Read the match report here.
08.20 - FOOTBALL
Just when you thought things couldn't get worse for Tonbridge boss Tommy Warrilow, they drop points at home in Skrill South, have a player sent-off and the sides around them picked up victories.
08.10 - FOOTBALL
I was at Princes Park last night for Dartford's 2-1 defeat to Luton.
08.00 - WELCOME
Good morning one and all and welcome to another edition of Kent Sportsday. We've got plenty of reaction and reports from last night's football to come. It's press day at Kent Cricket club so we'll no doubt get some snippets from Canterbury later in the day. Stay with us and don't forget to interact by twitter, facebook or the old-fashioned email.
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