Kent Cricket first team coach Matt Walker is looking to finishing top of the pile in the County Championship despite a slow start. He sat down with Team Talk's Ollie Collins and started off by talking about the news that Zak Crawley and Darren Stevens were named Wisden cricketers of the year.
Gillingham Women's football club are gearing up for what they've called a game of a lifetime. The Gills Women were only set up as a football club last year and on Sunday will take on the most successful women's team in FA Cup history in Arsenal. The Gunners have lifted the trophy 14 times, but the Kent side say they're well up for the occasion.
A School in Medway are looking to raise money for charity by undertaking a mammoth challenge at Priestfield Stadium. Pupils and teachers at the GFC School are climbing the equivalent of Mount Everest, using the steps of the Rainham End. Gills manager Steve Evans was there to see them off.
It's been a year since fans have been packed into football grounds so how have clubs in Kent been affected? Although an empty Priestfield has been devastating for Gillingham, the effects have mostly been felt on the county's Non league clubs.
A Kent based horse racing trainer has slammed the behaviour of a famous trainer who's been pictured sat on a dead horse. John Best from Eyehorn Farm near Sittingbourne believes Gordon Elliott's actions have left a stain on the sport.