The EFL have confirmed all matches will be played behind closed doors when football returns but all games will be broadcast live on TV. So although Gillingham won't be able to rely on the Rainham End roar for the run in, they may be able to scoop up some all important TV revenue.
Many of Kent's football players could have their pay cut under proposals put forward by the EFL and the Professional footballers' association. The plans would apply to Leagues One and Two and would see clubs defer a quarter of the wages of their top earning players.
Australian batsman Marnus Labuschagne has been named as one of the five Wisden cricketers of the year, but did you know he has links to Kent? Before rising the ranks to become the third best test batsman in the world, Labuschagne was an overseas player for Sandwich Town.
Football league players, including those at Gillingham, have been told to take their holidays now, despite the coronavirus pandemic. A leaked letter from the EFL chairman to 71 clubs says there won't be any time between the end of this season and the beginning of the next to take a break.
Kent's Para-Skiing world champion Millie Knight has told KMTV about her frustration at the season coming to an abrupt end because of the coronavirus. The University of Kent student says she's using it as mental downtime and says it's given her an opportunity to concentrate on her degree.
For Folkestone it sadly ends a title push in the Premier division as the leagues announced no teams would be promoted or relegated this campaign.Slightly different circumstances for Ramsgate, caught up in a relegation dogfight in the South East league. We spoke to Rams winger Tom Chapman and Invicta striker Ira Jackson.