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Maidstone United Academy 2012
Luca Miller getting in some practice. His father Neil plays for KHCC. 

  • Hundreds attend Kings Hill Cricket Club Open Day, the event was part of initiative designed to make the game a real community event.
  • Thanet Sports Awards - Nominations are welcome across a range of categories including: Club of the Year, Coach of the Year, Disabled Sportsperson of the Year, Sportsman of the Year, Sportswoman of the Year and Unsung Hero
  • Reports from Folkestone Invicta is that the South Coast outfit has boosted its boardroom line up with a number of new signings.
  • The long anticipated trials for Maidstone United Football Academy take place next month on the 17th and 18th of February.
  • MUFC Academy - Maidstone now has a fifty student Football Academy. MidKent college teamed up with the Stones to offer budding football players sport and studies based at the £2.6m Gallagher Stadium. The facility has all year round training and coaching facilities as well as three classrooms for the academic work.
  • Deal Remembrance Rugby Match - A remembrance rugby match was first held in September 1990. This event has become an important annual fixture and 2012 sees the 22nd game.

  • KCCC Results - Kent, ever the curate's egg of English cricket, very competitive at times but rarely one of the forces in the sport. Kent have several players with good international experience and a couple of bright young things, but to be one of the top three or four clubs in the country requires that the 'rump' of the team perform.

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