Manager Martin Allen's policy with injuries last season saved Gillingham around £50,000 in medical bills and club chairman Paul Scally is delighted.
Opener Sam Northeast has reflected on Kent’s disappointing start to the season but insists the squad are working hard to get back on track.
Ben Harmison wants to take advantage of his recall to the Kent side and make the place his own.
Captain James Tredwell has urged Kent fans to get behind the team as they prepare for a hectic few days.
Jamie Clifford insists the renaming of the St Lawrence Ground will give Kent a better chance of being competitive on the field.
Shayne Burgess will be the man to beat again this year during the 11th Sheppey Darts Classic.
The search for new recruits is under way at Priestfield and boss Martin Allen believes the work done on and off the field last season is helping.
Kent have revealed what the new name for the St Lawrence Ground will be.
Former Gillingham player-of-the-year Simon King has retired from football due to injury.
Martin Allen was named npower League 2 manager of the year during the League Managers’ Association annual dinner on Monday night.
Gillingham boss Martin Allen is hoping that out-of-contract duo Andy Frampton and Deon Burton sign new deals with the club.
Kent suffer a humiliating LV= County Championship Division 2 defeat inside two days to replace opponents Worcestershire at the bottom of the table.
Gillingham boss Martin Allen insists any deals dished out for promising young players will be done on a shoestring.
Darren Stevens says he is ready to put his early season fitness worries behind him and help Kent’s quest for success in all forms of the game.
Kent coach Jimmy Adams is eager for his side to secure a win to kick-start their LV= County Championship Division 2 campaign.
Matt Coles says Kent's catching must improve if they are to prove realistic promotion contenders in the County Championship.
Brendan Nash has continued to earn the praise of his Kent colleagues after transferring his championship form into one-day cricket.
Kent skipper James Tredwell says players who perform for the 2nd XI are putting themselves in the frame for a first-team role.
James Tredwell admitted Kent Spitfires’ three-wicket win over Worcestershire Royals on Wednesday night was nervier than he'd hoped.
Kent went joint-top of Group A of the Yorkshire Bank 40 after an absorbing rain-shortened three-wicket victory over Worcestershire Royals.