Monday, November 18th, 2019

Sport & Fitness


Tunbridge Wells RFC 1st XV and Sevenoaks RFC 1st XV served up an enthralling derby match in front of a healthy crowd on Saturday.

Do you love playing football, but are what the pundits on Match of the Day might describe as, 'coming to the end of your playing career'? Or maybe you just want a bit of exercise, but nothing too serious?

Sevenoaks Rugby Club played out a compelling 10-17 defeat to Guernsey RFC on Saturday (26 October). Oaks spent the final throes of the match camped out on the visitors' try line in a mud bath at Knole Paddock but the draw wasn't to be.

Sevenoaks Rugby 1st XV chose Saturday’s away fixture at Hertford RFC, the team’s seventh outing at the newly promoted level of London & South Premier, to deliver their best performance of the season to date to secure a 27-12 victory.

Sevenoaks RFC 1sts returned to winning ways on Saturday at Knole Paddock thanks to a hard fought, two-converted-tries-to-one victory over Brighton Blues.

Wildernesse Golf Club hosted its fifth Hickory Golf match recently, when players use historic equipment and dress in traditional clothing to compete for the coveted Hickory Salver.

Following the recent open weekend at Sevenoaks Indoor Bowls Club when visitors were given the opportunity to try out the sport for free, the club is now extending the same offer to the younger generation.

There was an above average attendance at the recent Weald Cricket Club AGM in the Windmill Pub. This was because the future of the club is in doubt as the finances and lack of players means that on paper, the club is not in a financially viable position to carry on next season.

Sevenoaks Rugby Club returned to winning ways at the Paddock with a 17-3 victory over Guildford on Saturday.

The sun shone all day for the recent Kemsing LTC annual club tournament finals when spectators were treated to some exciting tennis from the finalists.

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