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Darren Stevens. Picture: Gary Browne

Kent must settle for draw

Kent and Leicestershire had to settle for a share of the points in a rain-hit draw at Leicester which finished on Monday evening.

Kent young-guns fall short against Eagles

Imran Qayyum. Picture: Barry Goodwin

A youthful Kent Spitfires side could not avoid a 57-run loss at home to Essex in their rain-hit Royal London One-Day Cup swansong on Wednesday night.

Whirlwind for Billings

Sam Billings. Picture: Chris Davey

Sam Billings admits he hasn’t had time to stop and reflect on the magnitude of his global jet-setting cricket career.


Brickies expect youth exodus

Jermaine Darlington and John Embery Picture: Jace Media

Sittingbourne expect to lose young players to Kent rivals Herne Bay after their under-21 bosses accepted the top job at Winch's Field.

WATCH: Team Talk sports show

Darren McQueen is chased by Sam Deering after scoring Fleet's winner. Picture: Andy Payton

Vote for your goal of the season by watching this week's KMTV Team Talk sports show.

Stevo's record ton in vain

Darren Stevens

Darren Stevens hit Kent's highest individual limited overs score but it was still not enough to prevent defeat to Glamorgan.

Kent beaten despite Billings return

Sam Billings Picture: Chris Davey

Despite an eye-catching Kent return, Sam Billings could not hide his disappointment after the Spitfires fell well short against Surrey on Friday.

Kent eye new overseas star

Kent captain Sam Northeast Picture: Chris Davey

County looking for new bowler to replace Wayne Parnell after he left to join up with the South Africa squad.

Bay step-up search for new boss

Herne Bay secretary John Bathurst Pic Chris Davey

Herne Bay hope to announce name of new manager next week.

Parnell open to Kent return

Wayne Parnell traps Nick Gubbins LBW. Picture: Tony Flashman

South African international paceman Wayne Parnell says he would welcome another stint at Kent in the future.


Spitfires crash to defeat

Daniel Bell-Drummond Picture: Matt Bristow

Kent allowed another winning position to slip in the Royal London One-Day Cup as they crashed to an 11-run defeat against Gloucestershire on Wednesday

Harris back at Kent

James Harris in batting action for Kent. Picture: Gary Browne

Kent have reactivated the loan of Middlesex fast bowler James Harris after Wayne Parnell's departure while Sam Billings could also feature this week.

Denly - We have belief

Kent celebrate a Middlesex wicket. Picture: Tony Flashman.

Unlikely match-winner Joe Denly insists Kent have not become a bad team overnight and they have confidence to take into their next One-Day Cup game .

Spitfires off the mark

Joe Denly

After failing to defend 300+ scores in their past two games, Kent's meagre total of 200 proved enough to earn their first one-day win of the season.

Spitfires suffer third straight loss

Daniel Bell-Drummond Picture: Matt Bristow

Sussex defeat means Kent have lost their opening three Royal London One-Day Cup games.

Defeat will toughen us

Jason Gillespie. Picture: Chris Davey

Assistant coach Jason Gillespie says Kent will come back stronger after their defeat at Somerset on Tuesday.

Blake's best

Alex Blake. Picture: Barry Goodwin

Spitfires star Alex Blake claimed his spectacular century in a high-scoring defeat at Somerset on Tuesday was the best he’s ever played.

Spitfires downed in run riot

Alex Blake

Kent suffered their second Royal London One-Day Cup defeat on the spin with a four-wicket defeat in a run-riot at Somerset on Tuesday evening.


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