Simon Grier returns with preview of our forthcoming trip to Dorking
Another sad night for the K's as Ben Ward-Cochrane's double condemns the hosts to another loss.
K’s stalwart, the man with the badges, a friendly face by the turnstile and a source of K’s photos and memorabilia online: Les Easterbrook has been red-and-white-hooped for more than 40 years. Taimour Lay spent twenty minutes with him earlier in the season and tried to snaffle a bargain. Les (and his badges) will be at the Potters Bar home game on Wednesday night. Also check out his “Kingstonian Pictures” Facebook page.
Jamie Cutteridge reports on an afternoon which was just weird.
After a decent first half, a disastrously slow start to the second stanza condemns them to defeat by the Rebels.
Kingstonian’s crucial game with Worthing goes ahead.
Experienced midfielder joins K's from Slough Town.
There will be a pitch inspection tomorrow morning to decide whether Kingstonian's game against Worthing will take place.
February is the international campaign month of "Football v Homophobia" (FvH) and Kingstonian is supporting the initiative.
K's fall disappointingly to a disappointing defeat
K's poor run of form continues apace with an ordinary afternoon in Folkestone.
Please help to distribute our new beer mats into as many pubs, clubs and cafes as possible.