Dartford manager Steve King says non-league clubs will be pushed to the limit with clubs hit financially as the coronavirus crisis takes hold.
Canterbury City joint-manager Chris Woollcott says football must wait and see as the coronavirus crisis takes hold.
Whitstable boss Lloyd Blackman thinks it will be interesting to see how things develop in the next few weeks following the coronavirus outbreak.
Holiday park managers have quashed reports suggesting a positive case of coronavirus has been recorded at the site.
Dozens of bus services across the county will be reduced to restricted timetables over the coming months in the wake of the virus outbreak.
Herne Bay boss Ben Smith looks at ways of freeing up fixture space in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Will De Havilland says English football should have a united approach to dealing with the coronavirus – but has sympathy with their governing bodies.
The England and Wales Cricket Board have recommended all recreational cricket is suspended for the foreseeable future.
Folkestone boss Neil Cugley says the coronavirus is football's biggest crisis in almost 50 years.
Kent Cricket have cancelled and postponed some of their events which had been scheduled to take place this year because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Dover chairman Jim Parmenter hopes the government and professional football authorities will offer support now the National League has been suspended.
The National League and Southern Counties East League have suspended all matches due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Dover's Andy Hessenthaler says there will be big financial repercussions for non-league clubs if games are postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Manager Andy Hessenthaler admits he felt Dover Athletic deserved something from the game as they drew with Chesterfield on Saturday.
Dover Athletic scored a late leveller as they drew with Chesterfield in the National League on Saturday.
Boss Ben Smith has claimed centre-half Laurence Harvey will continue as goalkeeper for Herne Bay’s match at Ashford.
Manager Lloyd Blackman hopes his Whitstable side will be lifted by their display against leaders Hastings United.
Flood warnings have been issued to communities across Medway.
Manager Andy Hessenthaler wants Dover Athletic to do what they did last season and finish the campaign unbeaten.
Manager Neil Cugley believes young forward Roman Campbell could be a good long-term signing for Folkestone Invicta.
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