Players are blindfolded and compete in teams of three, to try and throw a ball, which has bells inside it, into the opponents' goal.Read the full story ›
Rosie, from Birmingham, and Ken, from Johannesberg will be temporary enemies on Saturday morning.Read the full story ›
The future of one of the most sought-after developments on the south coast is in doubt after plans for Hove's King Alfred Centre rejected.Read the full story ›
He's one of the biggest stars in world cricket - and this weekend Jofra Archer returned to Horsham Cricket Club, holding the World Cup.Read the full story ›
As part of our Active Autumn campaign, we're looking at ways to combat the gloomier months by keeping fit and healthy.Read the full story ›
In some parts of our region the sport of lawn bowls is struggling to attract enough players.Read the full story ›
A major new exhibition that's entirely devoted to football has opened in Kent this weekend.
It charts the ups and downs of Maidstone United - and brings together hundreds of pieces of footballing history from around the south east.
The exhibition at the Maidstone Museum is open until 18th January next year.
Interviewees in Abigail Bracken's report include exhibition curator John Bunyard and Maidstone United supporter Ben Mcgannan.
There may change ahead for cricketers - because of a new VEGAN cricket ball.Read the full story ›
Kitesurfers from across the country are in Thanet this weekend for the last leg of the British Championships freestyle tour.Read the full story ›