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Hope for Garmston

Bradley Garmston is due to return to Gillingham this week following a fortnight in Qatar.


Holy's presence welcomed

Goalkeeper Tomas Holy got his first taste of English football on Saturday in the 1-0 defeat to Peterborough.


Top 10 Gills v Peterborough pictures

Ten of the best images from Saturday's clash at Priestfield by KM Group photographer Andy Jones.

Loza fancied Stones comeback

Hat-trick man Jamar Loza knew Maidstone would beat Woking the moment he pulled a goal back.

Pennock: We're not quitters

Gillingham boss Ady Pennock insists his team aren’t throwing in the towel.



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Scally: A game changer for Medway

Gills chairman Paul Scally is appealing for the people of Medway to get behind his stadium project.


Jay calls for calm

Jay Saunders enjoyed the moment as Maidstone won from two goals down at Woking - then stressed the need for calm.

We were poor, admits Gills boss

Gills head coach Ady Pennock wasn’t hiding away from his side’s poor showing on Saturday.


Late blow for Gills

Gillingham were beaten by a last minute goal on Saturday.


Loza treble stuns Cards

Jamar Loza scored a hat-trick as Maidstone fought back from two goals down to beat relegation rivals Woking.


Green light for Ady

Ady Pennock has been given the green light by Gills chairman Paul Scally to start planning for next season.


Cornick boost for Pennock

On-loan Bournemouth forward Harry Cornick joined up with the Gillingham squad this week after recovering from a groin injury.


Stones to face Delano

Maidstone face a quick reunion with Delano Sam-Yorke in a relegation clash at Woking.

We have to stay positive

Gillingham captain Max Ehmer knows the team can’t get caught up in any negativity.


Angels tie down Scannell

Damian Scannell has signed a new deal with Tonbridge – but others are playing the waiting game.

Football fixtures and results

Catch up with all the fixtures and results for our teams.

Casey on Stones survival bid

Terry Casey says it matters enormously if Maidstone go down - but only because they want to be a National League club.


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