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Kent Spitfires v Essex Eagles at Beckenham in pictures

By KentOnline reporter

It was a great start for Kent Spitfires in this season's NatWest Blast T20 opener against Essex Eagles on Sunday.

Here's a selection of the best pictures from the KM Group's Andy Jones.

Adam Milne celebrates a wicket for Spitfires against Essex Eagles. Picture Andy Jones

Adam Milne celebrates a wicket for Spitfires against Essex Eagles. Picture: Andy Jones

Spitfires fans enjoyed the action in the opening T20 game of the summer. Picture Andy Jones

Spitfires fans enjoyed the action in the opening T20 game of the summer. Picture: Andy Jones

New signing Jimmy Neesham celebrates a wicket with Daniel Bell-Drummond. Picture Andy Jones

New signing Jimmy Neesham celebrates a wicket with Daniel Bell-Drummond. Picture: Andy Jones

Matt Coles appeals for a leg before decision. Picture Andy Jones

Matt Coles appeals for a leg before decision. Picture: Andy Jones

More than 5,000 fans watched the action. Picture Andy Jones

More than 5,000 fans watched the action. Picture: Andy Jones

Daniel Bell-Drummond on his way to 90 not out for Spitfires. Picture Andy Jones

Daniel Bell-Drummond on his way to 90 not out for Spitfires. Picture: Andy Jones

Kent's run chase gets the thumbs up. Picture Andy Jones

Kent's run chase gets the thumbs up. Picture: Andy Jones

Joe Denly was in great touch at the start of the Kent innings. Picture Andy Jones

Joe Denly was in great touch at the start of the Kent innings. Picture: Andy Jones

Sam Northeast and Daniel Bell-Drummond helped guide Kent to victory. Picture Andy Jones

Sam Northeast and Daniel Bell-Drummond helped guide Kent to victory. Picture: Andy Jones

Captain Sam Northeast on the drive. Picture; Andy Jones

Captain Sam Northeast on the drive. Picture; Andy Jones

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