A Sheppey United footballer has spoken about his decision to come out to his teammates as bisexual.
Jahmal Howlett-Mundal was given a round of applause after gathering the squad before a game.
He's been telling the KentOnline Podcast why he felt he had to be open with them and how he hopes others in the game will be inspired.
Also in today's episode, a farmer speaks about their on going battle with criminals as statistics show Kent is one of the worst affected places for rural crime.
We're also joined by a Matt Wilson from NFU Mutual who compiled the data.
A former councillor who sprayed graffiti over public buildings in Broadstairs has spoken after being given a conditional discharge.
And, there's been heartbreak in Tokyo for Kent sprinter Adam Gemili - we have the details from our sports editor Matthew Panting.