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Watt's plan for Cannons

Watt's plan for Cannons

Returning boss Steve Watt intends to make Hythe as competitive as possible.

How Hak did it his way

How Hak did it his way

Maidstone boss Hakan Hayrettin says he is honoured to be named National League South manager-of-the-year.

Angels sign striker Collins

Angels sign striker Collins

New boss Jay Saunders hopes the signing of Louis Collins will help solve Tonbridge’s lack of goals.

Stones pair take league awards

Stones pair take league awards

Champions Maidstone have taken top honours in the National League South awards, there's recognition for Dartford, but Ebbsfleet are overlooked.

Rams swoop for Hawks duo

Rams swoop for Hawks duo

Ramsgate boss Steve Lovell has made his first two signings this summer, bringing in two players from Isthmian South East rivals Whitehawk.

Bonner: A cup we take seriously

Bonner: A cup we take seriously

Captain Tom Bonner was pleased to give Dartford fans something to cheer about following their play-off disappointment.

Davis on Brickies return

Davis on Brickies return

Nick Davis says he missed Sittingbourne after returning for a third spell in the Brickies hot seat.

Busy summer ahead for Whites

Busy summer ahead for Whites

Dover boss Andy Hessenthaler estimates as many as 15 new signings could be needed before the start of next season.

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Darts retain cup

Darts retain cup

Dartford came from behind to put six past Folkestone and retain the Kent Senior Cup.

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Watt back at Hythe

Watt back at Hythe

Steve Watt has returned as Hythe manager - six months after leaving the club.

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Styles in at Whitstable

Styles in at Whitstable

Richard Styles has beaten off stiff competition to be named as Whitstable's new manager having left Tunbridge Wells.

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Martin: We can't get carried away

Martin: We can't get carried away

Match-winner Lee Martin was keen to keep a lid on emotions after booking Ebbsfleet's place in the National League South play-off final.

Kent Sunday Junior Trophy final

Kent Sunday Junior Trophy final

A quick-fire double helped Hatcham Beckenham Manor beat Canterbury Red Star in the Kent Sunday Junior Trophy final at Chatham's Bauvill Stadium.

Penalties separate league rivals in county cup thriller

Penalties separate league rivals in county cup thriller

Goalkeeper Olly Dewey was the penalty shoot-out hero as Range Rovers Sports beat league rivals Park Regis Neo to clinch the Kent Sunday Junior Cup.

Whites boss apologises after being sent off in late defeat

Whites boss apologises after being sent off in late defeat

Dover manager Andy Hessenthaler apologised to his players after he was sent off in their season-ending National League defeat to Weymouth on Sunday.

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Kutrieb: It was a deserved win

Kutrieb: It was a deserved win

Ebbsfleet boss Dennis Kutrieb was confident his side would make the advantage of finishing third count in their favour against Chippenham.

Davis back with the Brickies

Davis back with the Brickies

Nick Davis is back at Isthmian South East club Sittingbourne having left league rivals VCD Athletic.

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Report: Martin fires Ebbsfleet into play-off final

Report: Martin fires Ebbsfleet into play-off final

Ebbsfleet needed extra-time to book their place in the National League South play-off final on Sunday.

Report: Relegated Whites end season with cruel defeat

Report: Relegated Whites end season with cruel defeat

Dover finished a terrible season which ended in National League relegation with an unlucky defeat to Weymouth on Sunday.

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Kent Intermediate Challenge Shield final

Kent Intermediate Challenge Shield final

Tony Oladipupo scored the only goal as Kings Hill beat Stansfeld O&B to win the Kent Intermediate Challenge Shield at Chatham’s Bauvill Stadium.

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