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K's get a morale boosting win over Bromley.
The ever popular Quiz Night will have its next iteration on Friday 2nd March.
K's come back from an early injury and an early goals to gain three valuable points away to Enfield Town.
It won't be long to wait...
If tonight's game was on, here's what you could have read in the programme insert...
K's knocked out of the John Greenacre Memorial Trophy by a very good New London Lionesses team.
It's no go tonight, so Kingstonian and Merstham will have to wait again to meet at the Grove.
Simon Grier reports on a wet and muddy awful afternoon for the K's.
The Terrors greatly help their survival campaign with a battling 1-0 victory over Kingstonian on the heaviest of heavy pitches at Fetcham Grove.
No need for a pitch inspection as things stand, so K's will be facing the Terrors at 3pm today.
Kingstonian goalkeeper and full back sign long term contracts for the club.
Want to take your loved one on a romantic Valentine's Day evening trip? Then look no further -
Fetcham Grove is your answer.
Jamie Cutteridge reports on an evening of opinions.
K's sign former Havant & Waterlooville and Farnborough striker.
Free transport to and from Kingston, Tolworth and Hook for Kingstonian's next four home games.
Ten man Kingstonian fight hard but are beaten by the 'Gate.
The weather deities have forgotten (for now) that K's are at home tonight
A crazy start saw K's lead 2-0 and then Godalming equalise, all before ten minutes had elapsed, but the G's pull away for victory.
Rupert Cane reports on an afternoon decided by an Andre McCollin thunderbolt late in the game.
The offer of free transport to and from Fetcham Grove continues for tomorrow's match against Margate.
A thunderbolt from Andre McCollin with seven minutes remaining is enough to give the K's an important victory over the Hawks.
After the noon inspection, tonight's Surrey Senior Cup tie against the Tanners will have to wait for another day.
Wind, rain, more rain and more rain means that the Tanners have arranged a 12 noon pitch inspection.
The Swans will be in county cup action on 13th February, so we will now meet on 12th March.
Today's Academy match at Corinthian-Casuals has been called off.
Kingstonian FC and Kingston Carers' Network will hold another Young Carers' Day on Saturday 24th March.
The date: Saturday 17th February - The time: 12 noon - The route: Fetcham Grove to Westhumble.
Malcolm Winwright has decided to step down as director and co-chairman.
Jamie Cutteridge reports on a frustrating afternoon for the K's as Regent win with an early goal and a stubborn defence.
A 7th minute goal wins a tight game for the Regent in difficult conditions at the Grove.
Game on as pitch inspection is positive.
The weather knows K's are due to be at home and it is therefore forecast to rain heavily on Saturday morning.
Should K's be good enough to beat the Tanners, then the Blues await.
The K's and the Mackerel Men will try again on 26th February.
A joint statement from both Kingstonian and Corinthian-Casuals.
The weather has won yet again, and tonight's match against Worthing is off.
With the weather not behaving over the last few hours, tonight's match is subject to an afternoon pitch inspection.
K's win their first cup tie of the season after a see-saw battle with London Academicals.
Simon Grier reports on an afternoon in Suffolk that was very cold but very successful.
Louie Theophanous at the double, scoring after 90 seconds of the first half and 45 seconds of the second half, helping K's to a big win.
The second reschedule of this fixture this season means that the K's visit the Fullicks Stadium on Tuesday 6th March.
K's will be in the away dressing room at Fetcham Grove on Wednesday 24th January.
Simon Grier reports on an evening that went rather well.
Speedy winger Alec Fiddes has decided to leave the K's.
K's score! K's score again! And again! Enfield score...and then K's score again! Magnificent K's gain a massive victory at Fetcham Grove.
Two in on loan from league title challengers, another joins from Greenwich Borough.
Brave K's Ladies beaten by League leading Lionesses
Taimour Lay writes a list about an afternoon that deserved to go better for the home team.
K's beaten by Thurrock but deserve much better.
One out on loan, one in on loan, one moves to Harlow, two move to Kingstonian.
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