What's usually one of the biggest spectacles in the sporting calendar looks very different for one Kent trainer this year. Royal Ascot is well underway, but is being held behind closed doors this year because of the pandemic. Sittingbourne trainer John Best had two horses racing this afternoon, we've been speaking to him.
As the Gills received the news of their campaign coming to an end, Steve Evans has made his decision on which players will be staying on at Priestfield. Joe's been speaking to the head coach earlier today and started off by asking him about his reaction to the season coming to an end early.
Kent Experts are urging caution when exercising again after being infected with coronavirus. Scientists at the University of Kent say it's normal for people to feel anxious and that we shouldn't jump back into strenuous physical activity straight after recovering.
Jockeys across Kent and the rest of the country are getting back in the saddle from today. Sittingbourne based John Best, who's had winners at Epsom and Royal Ascot, welcomes the return of horse racing, but will have to follow strict protocols to ensure it's safe return.
Gills boss Steve Evans says he'd be disappointed if the season is cancelled ahead of the crucial EFL vote tomorrow. He believes the Gills still have a shot at the play-offs and has reassurances that it is safe for players and staff to return. Speaking to KMTV's Joe Coshan over the weekend, he says despite it costing tens of thousands of pounds for the campaign to resume, the squad are desperate to return.