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Trophy takes on new look

Trophy takes on new look

Latest news from around the greens at Cheriton and Sandwich bowls clubs.

Wesley Shrubsole angling: Codling catch is a beacon of hope

Wesley Shrubsole angling: Codling catch is a beacon of hope

There have been some welcome recent catches in Kent.

Young tennis star on show

Young tennis star on show

The world’s leading under-12 tennis player has been in action at Wye Tennis Club.

Riders smash fundraising target

Riders smash fundraising target

A sponsored bike ride took place on Saturday to raise funds for a new football clubhouse at Mersham Sports Club.

Canterbury champ proud of debut effort

Canterbury champ proud of debut effort

Josh Bristow bowed out of the Amateur Championship at Royal Birkdale on Friday afternoon but was justly proud of his overall performance.

Sailors back on the water

Sailors back on the water

The Royal Cinque Ports Yacht Club Annual Regatta will be staged in Dover this Bank Holiday weekend.

Practice makes perfect

Practice makes perfect

Henry Williams defeats two top seeds on his way to victory at Canterbury Croquet Club.

Rowing scholarship for Will

Rowing scholarship for Will

William White, an aspiring young junior from Herne Bay Rowing Club, has been awarded a scholarship with St Edward’s School, Oxford.

Making a difference

Making a difference

Injury and the coronavirus pandemic may have delayed Will Bayley’s competitive plans but he's still managed to make a difference.

Fire in the belly

Fire in the belly

How lockdown fuelled the fire for Courtney Tulloch in his Olympic and Commonwealth Games bid.

Emma's epic victory

Emma's epic victory

Emma Raducanu says the Grand Slams are next after battling from behind to be crowned the first UK Pro Series women’s champion.

Covid disruption makes swimmers more determined

Covid disruption makes swimmers more determined

Dover Life Guard Club are excited by next week's return to swimming but they will be reflecting on some missed opportunities.

Medals to be won in the Kent School Games

Medals to be won in the Kent School Games

This year’s Kent School Games has taken on a different form and there is still time to get involved.

Wesley Shrubsole angling: Things are looking up for the eel

Wesley Shrubsole angling: Things are looking up for the eel

Eel numbers are increasing after years of overfishing and disease.

Top Kent tennis player learns from Murray exchange

Top Kent tennis player learns from Murray exchange

Kent hotshot Emma Raducanu believes Andy Murray can launch a viable challenge at the US Open next month after duelling with the former world no.1.

Final furlong: Kent's lost racecourse in 63 photos

Final furlong: Kent's lost racecourse in 63 photos

It has been eight years since the county's only racecourse closed for good, but dozens of archive photos have captured its rich and colourful history.

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Computer boffin aiming for tennis glory

Computer boffin aiming for tennis glory

Anton Matusevich has won his opening two Classic Week matches at the UK Pro Series tennis tournament.

'I tried my best and that’s all you could ask for'

'I tried my best and that’s all you could ask for'

Barry Hawkins fell at the second round stage of the Snooker World Championship for the second year in succession.

Hawkins level with world no.2

Hawkins level with world no.2

There's nothing separating Kent's Barry Hawkins and Neil Robertson in what's been described as the most bizarre start to a match in Crucible history.

Young Alfie claims win after seven-horse jump off

Young Alfie claims win after seven-horse jump off

Showjumping success for Kent rider at the National Championship.

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