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Life-saver completes sea-swim challenge

Life-saver completes sea-swim challenge

A woman who has completed a year-long challenge to sea swim every day has revealed how she also saved someone from drowning.

Impressive running among elite field

Impressive running among elite field

Tom Millard was the standout performer for Folkestone RC during the British Masters Athletic Federation’s 5K virtual relay champs last week.

Long-serving Invicta defender leaves the club

Long-serving Invicta defender leaves the club

Manager Neil Cugley says Nat Blanks will be missed after the defender opts for a club closer to home.

Marathon man going backwards

Marathon man going backwards

Folkestone runner Ray Johnson is making up for missing this Sunday’s marathon by running down the Leas - backwards.

Leading managers have no complaints

Leading managers have no complaints

The chance to fight for silverware has been taken away from the top non-league sides but the managers are all in agreement.

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Ladies line up summer finals

Ladies line up summer finals

Attention to detail proved key as Kent over-40s turned the tables at a women’s hockey tournament, played before the coronavirus crisis.

All for nothing in non-league

All for nothing in non-league

The season is officially over for those below the National League as steps three to six have records expunged.

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Rugby clubs offered £7m in aid

Rugby clubs offered £7m in aid

Rugby's governing body the RFU have offered financial aid to clubs after the coronavirus crisis ended the season early.

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Fans rally round Invicta

Fans rally round Invicta

Folkestone Invicta's supporters have started a gofundme account to try to help ease the club's cash flow problems.

Kent cutting their cloth

Kent cutting their cloth

Kent Cricket have revealed a package of financial measures they hope will help the club come through the coronavirus crisis in good shape.

Cricket club reach out

Cricket club reach out

Kent Cricket Club have revealed the steps they are taking to help people through the coronavirus crisis.

Sport put in hibernation

Sport put in hibernation

A round-up of how the major sports have been put on hold since the Coronavirus outbreak.

Emergency measures shuts golf down

Emergency measures shuts golf down

Golf courses are now closed too following the announcement of a national lockdown on Monday night.

Nothing like it in decades

Nothing like it in decades

Folkestone boss Neil Cugley says the coronavirus is football's biggest crisis in almost 50 years.

Health comes first

Health comes first

Thoughts of completing the football season pale into insignificance for Hythe manager Steve Watt.

Team-of-the-week

Team-of-the-week

Find out who's in KentOnline's team-of-the-week and vote for your star man.

High hopes for Roman

High hopes for Roman

Manager Neil Cugley believes young forward Roman Campbell could be a good long-term signing for Folkestone Invicta.

Team-of-the-week

Team-of-the-week

Find out who's in KentOnline's team-of-the-week and vote for your star man.

Roman's road

Roman's road

Former Gillingham youngster Roman Campbell is on the move again.

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Tyler's time has come

Tyler's time has come

Folkestone Invicta manager Neil Cugley says teenage striker Tyler Sterling thoroughly deserves his first contract.

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