It's celebration time for some of our county rugby sides after the RFU confirmed the final league positions.
Canterbury Rugby Club have said goodbye to a popular member of their first team squad.
Chairman Giles Hilton says Canterbury Rugby Club are doing everything in their power to ensure they have a future when sport resumes.
A round-up of how the major sports have been put on hold since the Coronavirus outbreak.
The rugby season has come to a premature end and for one of our clubs it could mean financial ruin.
A rugby club has caused a social media stir by posting a video of a freak injury suffered by one of its players - when you see it you'll know why.
Sixth win in a row secured by hosts at Volac Park
Rugby player Matt Hobson is contemplating retirement after suffering a double fracture in his spine during a game.
Canterbury head of rugby Andy Pratt hopes the home win over Cinderford can be a catalyst for National League 1's bottom club.
Three England rugby fans cycled more than 8,000 miles to see the world cup in Japan - only to be deluged by Typhoon Hagibis when they got there.
Deal's Matt Carley can expect a global audience when the Rugby World Cup opens in Japan on Friday.
Find out which Kent rugby club received an inspirational message from World Cup winner Jonny Wilkinson.
A paper has apologised after advertising a rugby camp in a Kent town instead of Devon.
Kent wheelchair rugby ace David Barber on his chances of competing at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Canterbury chairman Giles Hilton says the club will do everything in their power to equip the players for National League 1 next season.
Canterbury Rugby Club will begin life in National League 1 with back-to-back derbies.
Matt Corker can’t wait to see Canterbury Rugby Club take on the National League 1 big guns next season.
Canterbury Rugby Club skipper Sean Stapleton had been contemplating retirement but is glad he played on after winning promotion.
Winger JJ Murray reflects on the piece of opportunism which turned Saturday's promotion play-off Canterbury's way.
Andy Pratt said he always knew Canterbury would have to be patient to prevail in Saturday's National 2 promotion play-off against Chester.