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Kent's 2018 T20 schedule revealed

Kent will host five of their seven 2018 South Group home matches at Canterbury Picture: Barry Goodwin

28 November 2017

Kent will open their 2018 NatWest T20 Blast campaign with three successive away games.

Clifford to leave Kent

Jamie Clifford Picture: Tony Flashman

27 November 2017

Kent Cricket chief executive Jamie Clifford is to leave after 15 years at the club.

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Tredwell hopes to regain place

James Tredwell was disappointed with the number of Kent matches he played last season. Picture: Gary Browne

21 November 2017

Spinner James Tredwell has vowed to fight hard to regain his place in the Kent side next summer.

Gidman signs new deal

Will Gidman. Picture: Chris Davey

20 November 2017

All-rounder Will Gidman has agreed a contract extension at Kent.

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Stars to turn out for memorial match

James Tredwell with his parents at Lord's

17 November 2017

Sam Northeast is among a host of Kent cricketers who will don football boots to play in a charity match to honour John Tredwell.

Kent on the attack

Kent chief executive Jamie Clifford. Picture: Tony Flashman.

16 November 2017

Chief executive Jamie Clifford says strengthening the seam attack is Kent’s priority this winter.

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New deal for Blake

06 November 2017

Kent batsman Alex Blake has signed a contract extension with the county.

New deal for Kent's Crawley

Zak Crawley Picture: Ady Kerry

24 October 2017

Kent Cricket have given promising young batsman Zak Crawley a long-term contract extension.

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Coles joins Essex

Matt Coles Picture: Andy Jones

19 October 2017

All-rounder Matt Coles has left Kent to join county champions Essex on a two-year deal.

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Winter is coming... and it's big for Kent

Kent skipper Sam Northeast Picture: Gary Browne

19 October 2017

Skipper Sam Northeast says the county will review their recruitment and tactics after falling short in 2017.

Billings: Kent success would mean everything

Sam Billings Picture: Gary Browne

13 October 2017

Sam Billings says he has an emotional connection to Kent and is desperate to achieve success with the club after signing a new contract this week.

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New deal for Billings

Sam Billings Picture: Gary Browne

10 October 2017

Kent and England star Sam Billings has signed a contract extension to stay at the club, where he will become vice-captain next season.

Heartbreak over Northeast omission

Sam Northeast. Picture: Gary Browne

05 October 2017

Coach Matt Walker said he is gobsmacked and heartbroken that Kent skipper Sam Northeast has again been overlooked by national selectors.

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Kent stars sign new deals

James Tredwell

03 October 2017

Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens and spinner James Tredwell have signed contract extensions with the club.

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Hartley leaves Kent

Charlie Hartley. Picture: Barry Goodwin

02 October 2017

Bowler Charlie Hartley is the latest player to leave Kent as the club's squad is 'streamlined' ahead of next season.

Stevens set to sign new deal

Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens Picture: Andy Jones

02 October 2017

Kent's Darren Stevens is confident he will soon put pen to paper on a one-year contract extension after his best-ever season with the ball.

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Not how we wanted to finish

Matt Walker. Picture: Andy Jones

28 September 2017

Head coach Matt Walker admitted Kent produced a typical end of season display in their final championship game against Glamorgan.

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Kent season ends with demoralising defeat

Joe Denly on his way to 152 in Kent's first innings Picture: Ady Kerry

27 September 2017

Kent's season ended on a low note as they were comfortably beaten by Glamorgan in their final Specsavers County Championship game.

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Walker heading Down Under

Matt Walker. Picture: Andy Jones

27 September 2017

Kent Cricket head coach Matt Walker looks like he will be working with England in Australia this winter after all.

Walker calls for final flourish

Matt Walker Picture: Andy Jones

24 September 2017

Matt Walker says Kent are determined to finish their season on a high even though they know beating Glamorgan will change nothing.

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