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Gills launch commemorative away kit

Gills launch commemorative away kit

Gillingham have launched a commemorative away kit as the 25th anniversary of a famous Wembley win approaches.

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‘We’re just holding our breath a little bit’

‘We’re just holding our breath a little bit’

Wes Agar’s injury is set to be assessed as Kent await a fitness update on the Australian overseas fast bowler.

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Reynolds heads to Scotland

Reynolds heads to Scotland

Lamar Reynolds is following Maidstone team-mate Liam Sole to Scotland.

Burford calls time

Burford calls time

World Cup winner Rachael Burford has announced her retirement from rugby, aged 37.

Winger Williams makes big move

Winger Williams makes big move

Josh Williams has agreed to sign for a National League South outfit after a fine season with Whitstable.

Wilson needs wildcard to extend Games run

Wilson needs wildcard to extend Games run

Defeat for Minster’s Ross Wilson at the Paralympic World Qualification tournament means his Paris hopes are out of his hands.

Champions prevail by tightest of margins

Champions prevail by tightest of margins

Just one point separated Kent from Cornwall as their Bill Beaumont County Championship campaign continued at the weekend.

Hill opens season’s account with back-to-back victories

Hill opens season’s account with back-to-back victories

Jake Hill claimed his first wins of this year’s BTCC campaign after a Snetterton masterclass.

Dixon back on the podium

Dixon back on the podium

Dover’s Aspar Team racer Jake Dixon kept out of trouble in his best weekend of the Moto2 season so far.

Heavy final-day home defeat for Kent

Heavy final-day home defeat for Kent

Kent suffered an innings defeat to rivals Essex in County Championship Division 1 in Canterbury.

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Keeper makes Ebbsfleet exit

Keeper makes Ebbsfleet exit

Goalkeeper Chris Haigh’s eventful three-year spell with Ebbsfleet has come to an end.

Swift fights the Fords before retirement woe at Brands

Swift fights the Fords before retirement woe at Brands

Mini preparation expert Nick Swift took the fight to the Fords at Brands Hatch on Sunday in the 18th Masters Historic Festival.

Kent League Premier Division round-up

Kent League Premier Division round-up

Defending champions Lordswood lead the Kent League Premier Division after edging to victory at St Lawrence & Highland Court.

Kent horse riding star, 37, dies after suffering fall

Kent horse riding star, 37, dies after suffering fall

A Kent-based horse riding star has died aged 37 after suffering a fall in a cross-country competition.

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Victorious veterans rewind the clock

Victorious veterans rewind the clock

Players representing Canterbury Hockey Club rolled back the years on their way to winning a national cup competition.

Kent show fight against Essex

Kent show fight against Essex

Joe Denly and Harry Finch led the Kent rearguard on day three of their Vitality County Championship clash with Essex at Canterbury.

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Gills show intent with striker signing

Gills show intent with striker signing

New Gillingham boss Mark Bonner has made his first signing since taking charge of the club.

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Cox puts Kent to the sword

Cox puts Kent to the sword

Jordan Cox scored a double hundred on his return to Kent as his new side Essex dominated day two of their County Championship clash.

Former Gills striker extends Fleet stay

Former Gills striker extends Fleet stay

Ebbsfleet have announced the first player who has agreed a new deal with the club for the 2024/25 season.

Keeper makes Crabble comeback

Keeper makes Crabble comeback

A popular keeper is “back home” after agreeing to rejoin Dover.

Gillingham add another friendly

Gillingham add another friendly

Gillingham’s pre-season schedule continues to take shape after two more games were announced on Friday.

All opinions matter insists Fleet boss

All opinions matter insists Fleet boss

Ebbsfleet manager Danny Searle insists the best coaches will learn from people at all levels of the game.

Injury problems worsen at Kent

Injury problems worsen at Kent

An injury-hit Kent bowling attack was dealt another huge blow on day one of their County Championship Division 1 derby with Essex at Canterbury.

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Less is more as keeper Henly praises Angels bosses

Less is more as keeper Henly praises Angels bosses

Goalkeeper Jonny Henly has praised the two managers he worked under at Tonbridge Angels after moving on from the club.

‘I don’t want to make a sideways move’

‘I don’t want to make a sideways move’

Striker Michael Salako says it’s an honour to have numerous clubs showing an interest in him after his goal-laden debut season at Herne Bay.

Grasshoppers’ Valley victory

Grasshoppers’ Valley victory

An under-13 girls’ football team have won a tournament at League 1 Charlton Athletic’s ground.

Kent lose to defending T20 champions

Kent lose to defending T20 champions

Kent’s visually-impaired side lost at home to defending David Townley Memorial Twenty20 Cup winners Sussex Sharks.

Oboh shines as Crusaders hold court on national stage

Oboh shines as Crusaders hold court on national stage

Tim Oboh was Most Valuable Player as Canterbury Academy Crusaders won their first under-18 junior national basketball championship title.

Shrimps’ Thunder-ful derby win

Shrimps’ Thunder-ful derby win

There was derby-day delight for St Lawrence & Highland Court, who edged to a two-wicket win at Canterbury.

Why Will’s happy to have West on board

Why Will’s happy to have West on board

Will Thomas is looking forward to playing alongside summer signing Michael West at Whitstable - a player who gave him an early footballing lesson!

‘A great motivator and all-round nice guy’ joins Kedwell at Ashford

‘A great motivator and all-round nice guy’ joins Kedwell at Ashford

Ashford United manager Danny Kedwell was thrilled with his first addition - a trusted assistant.

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Bonner working on building a Gillingham side “that everyone loves watching”

Bonner working on building a Gillingham side “that everyone loves watching”

Gillingham manager Mark Bonner says they will be aggressive in their summer recruitment but won’t be rushed into any deals.

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Confidence boost as Minster see off potential title-rival

Confidence boost as Minster see off potential title-rival

Beating a team capable of challenging at the top of the Kent League Premier Division made Saturday’s win even more enjoyable for Minster.

Harley’s time to shine

Harley’s time to shine

Goalkeeper Harley Earle says it’s time to find out how good he is after being released by hometown club Maidstone.

Inaugural cup final in recognition of Strood’s celebrated football pioneer

Inaugural cup final in recognition of Strood’s celebrated football pioneer

A competition celebrating the life of a Kent football pioneer takes place this weekend.

Medway United’s charity match for Head in the Game

Medway United’s charity match for Head in the Game

Medway United are gearing up for a charity match where they hope to be up against some former Gillingham legends.

No Tunnel vision for Kings

No Tunnel vision for Kings

Kent Kings were denied Tunnel Trophy glory after Thurrock Hammers won a close contest - and the bragging rights - at Iwade.

Samir brings the X-factor back

Samir brings the X-factor back

Boss Ady Pennock has spoken glowingly about playmaker Samir Carruthers after he agreed to rejoin Dartford for the 2024/25 Isthmian Premier season.

Sittingbourne boss hails progress after striker coup

Sittingbourne boss hails progress after striker coup

Sittingbourne’s upward momentum is making recruitment easier and the addition of a proven striker is a sign of how far they’ve come.

All options are up for discussion at Maidstone as owners seek new investment

All options are up for discussion at Maidstone as owners seek new investment

Maidstone United’s co-owners have reiterated their desire to attract fresh investment to the club.

‘Blow’ to education as football programme axed

‘Blow’ to education as football programme axed

Courses for young footballers have been axed from September in what’s been described as a “blow to education” in part of Kent.

Teenage swimmer set for Paralympic Games debut

Teenage swimmer set for Paralympic Games debut

A teenager from Kent will be the youngest member of the Aquatics GB swimming squad for the Paralympic Games.

All-rounder to make timely comeback

All-rounder to make timely comeback

A vital man is set to return for Sandwich Town ahead of their weekend double header.

“His opponent was crying - we had to tell him to calm down!”

“His opponent was crying - we had to tell him to calm down!”

Chatham teenager Moses Itauma has been tipped to become a heavyweight world champion – and his former coach could see the star quality early on.

Jacob’s stellar season at Sheppey raises the bar for next season’s challenge

Jacob’s stellar season at Sheppey raises the bar for next season’s challenge

Jacob Lambert’s been set a challenge by the Sheppey United manager next season and he’s well up for it.

Maidstone’s new signing starts with an apology!

Maidstone’s new signing starts with an apology!

Maidstone United’s new signing created chaos when he volleyed home a stoppage-time equaliser against them on Boxing Day.

Millbank: Sky’s the limit for Kennedy!

Millbank: Sky’s the limit for Kennedy!

Aaron Millbank wouldn’t be surprised to see fellow Deal forward Jamie Kennedy make history for the club - provided he doesn’t move on.

Rivals can spur us on, says keeper Henly

Rivals can spur us on, says keeper Henly

New Folkestone man Jonny Henly is hoping being part of a highly-competitive division will help bring out the best in the team.

Serial winner Craig Stone ready for his next challenge

Serial winner Craig Stone ready for his next challenge

Craig Stone has left Ramsgate - but his desire to play in a successful team hasn’t changed.

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