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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.

Sian still has plenty to offer

Sian still has plenty to offer

Whitstable bowls star Sian Honnor is prepared to fight for an England place at the 2026 Commonwealth Games - should the event take place.

Wilson aiming for Paris spot

Wilson aiming for Paris spot

Minster table tennis star Ross Wilson gets his final shot at Paralympics qualification this week.

Kent boxer hailed as ‘future world champion’ after knockout on Fury vs Usyk undercard

Kent boxer hailed as ‘future world champion’ after knockout on Fury vs Usyk undercard

Moses Itauma produced another devastating performance to claim his first professional boxing title.

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Fury’s praise for rising Chatham star Moses Itauma ahead of boxing’s big night in Riyadh

Fury’s praise for rising Chatham star Moses Itauma ahead of boxing’s big night in Riyadh

Moses Itauma fights for a title this weekend on the undercard of a huge night of boxing and is being tipped for greatness by the main man Tyson Fury.

Black wins first major medal

Black wins first major medal

Tunbridge Wells’ Freya Black is hitting form at just the right time ahead of this summer’s Olympics.

Duo in the medals

Duo in the medals

Tunbridge Wells’ Will Bayley reached the gold standard at the Slovenia Para Open, while there was a silver lining for Minster’s Ross Wilson.

Fighters are out of this World

Fighters are out of this World

Canterbury’s Fusion Martial Arts made a mark at a prestigious ring sports event which brought together fighters from across the globe.

Holcombe newcomer says it’s “the beginning of an incredible journey”

Holcombe newcomer says it’s “the beginning of an incredible journey”

Holcombe Hockey Club announce the appointment o a new director of hockey and men’s first team head coach.

Hockey great quits Holcombe after 11 years with the club

Hockey great quits Holcombe after 11 years with the club

Great Britain and England’s most-capped player of all time is moving on after over a decade at Holcombe Hockey Club.

Holcombe denied in thrilling finish to cup final

Holcombe denied in thrilling finish to cup final

Holcombe were beaten in Monday’s England Hockey Tier One Championship final but fought to the end.

Euro first for Fenton

Euro first for Fenton

Gravesend gymnast Georgia-Mae Fenton won her maiden European individual medal in Rimini - before following up with more GB team success.

Hall pivotal as GB win Euros team silver

Hall pivotal as GB win Euros team silver

Maidstone’s James Hall has enjoyed yet more success on the international stage - this time at the European Artistic Championships in Italy.

Hawkins falls at first hurdle

Hawkins falls at first hurdle

Ditton’s Barry Hawkins is the latest casualty as the top-16 seeds continue to fall at the World Snooker Championship.

I hope you become world champion

I hope you become world champion

The man Sam Noakes beat to win the European title has told him to go out and become world champion.

Expert guidance on hand

Expert guidance on hand

Gravesham Tennis Club’s new head coach comes with award-winning credentials.

Hawkins has plenty left in the tank

Hawkins has plenty left in the tank

Ditton’s Barry Hawkins is back at the Crucible and as hungry as ever for World Championship success.

Dominant Noakes wins European title

Dominant Noakes wins European title

Maidstone boxer Sam Noakes is the new European lightweight champion - taking his tally of belts to five.

Euro vision for Noakes

Euro vision for Noakes

Sam Noakes is looking for a statement victory when he fights for the vacant European title tonight.

Olympics call-up for Eva

Olympics call-up for Eva

History-making Sevenoaks swimmer Eva Okaro will hope to go to great lengths in Paris this summer.

Gray calling the shots again!

Gray calling the shots again!

Weald TT Club’s Diccon Gray has added a doubles title to recent county glory.

Maxime gets Tomori vote

Maxime gets Tomori vote

Maxime Carolan’s volleyball exploits have been recognised with an award named after fellow Gravesend Grammar School high achiever Fikayo Tomori.

Time is right for a home fight

Time is right for a home fight

Maidstone’s super-bantamweight champion Dennis McCann isn’t just dreaming about world titles - he’s keen to put on a show for the locals this summer.

Sports club’s £400k survival plan revealed

Sports club’s £400k survival plan revealed

An under-pressure sports club is spending big in an attempt to attract new members.

Dismay as charges rolled out at district’s free tennis courts

Dismay as charges rolled out at district’s free tennis courts

Dismayed tennis players discovered they must stump up cash to use previously free courts following a quarter of a million pound revamp.

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Chatham cheerleaders taking on the world

Chatham cheerleaders taking on the world

A cheerleading team from Chatham will be representing the UK in the Allstar World Championship.

Holcombe book cup final spot

Holcombe book cup final spot

Holcombe Women are through to the final of the England Hockey Tier One Championship - but the season’s over for the men’s team.

Holcombe chasing league and cup finals

Holcombe chasing league and cup finals

Holcombe Men face a crucial final pool match against the league champions this weekend while the women play for a cup final spot.

McCann to box for European crown

McCann to box for European crown

Boxer Dennis McCann is set to fight for the European title this summer.

Queen Joni reigns at Central Park

Queen Joni reigns at Central Park

Ashford trainer Elizabeth McNair made sure of the £12,500 prize money up for grabs with a Kent Plate one-two.

Island quartet help county keep crown

Island quartet help county keep crown

Four pool players from Sheppey were part of the Kent under-18 squad now celebrating back-to-back national titles.

Maxine hoping to upstage home favourite

Maxine hoping to upstage home favourite

Ashford’s Elizabeth McNair has four runners in the £12,500 Kent Plate Grand Final - but former Central Park trainer Maxine Locke is also eyeing glory.

Sean supremacy as Noakes nears title shot

Sean supremacy as Noakes nears title shot

Sean Noakes is closing in on a title fight after producing his best performance yet.

Waiting game for Ross

Waiting game for Ross

Next month’s world rankings will reveal if Minster table tennis star Ross Wilson has booked his ticket to the Paris Paralympics.

Inspirational Bill’s the best of British

Inspirational Bill’s the best of British

Bill Wilson hasn’t let a life-changing accident stop him from competing - and now he’s a shooting champion.

Dominant teenager claims prestigious title

Dominant teenager claims prestigious title

A kickboxing club have been celebrating after one of their teenagers became a British champion.

Vickers’ gold standard

Vickers’ gold standard

Athletes from Champions UK Muay Thai club in Canterbury achieved great success at the Muay Boran Federation World Championships in Thailand.

“Special” Moses Itauma “can be the best heavyweight ever”

“Special” Moses Itauma “can be the best heavyweight ever”

Big talent Moses Itauma made light work of his latest opponent and was instantly looking for another.

How Noakes will conquer the competition

How Noakes will conquer the competition

Sam Noakes’ former coach at Westree ABC has revealed what makes the British lightweight champion so good.

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