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Picture action as Kent beat Surrey by eight wickets in LV= County Championship Division 2

08 May 2014
by Alex Hoad

Kent recorded their first win of the LV= County Championship Division 2 campaign with a convincing eight-wicket win against Surrey at Canterbury.

KM Group photographer Barry Goodwin was there to capture all the action.

Kent v Surrey - in pictures

Action pictures from KM Group photographer Barry Goodwin as Kent demolished Surrey by eight wickets in LV= County Championship Division 2 at the Spitf

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Brendan Nash and Rob Key put on 197 for the third wicket in Kent's first innings. Picture: Barry Goodwin. Aneesh Kapil celebrates after trapping Sam Northeast LBW for his third straight second-innings duck this season. Picture: Barry Goodwin. Skipper Rob Key said the Surrey game was the best he'd ever seen Mitch Claydon bowl. He took five wickets spread across the two innings. Picture: Barry Goodwin. Brendan Nash recorded his first century of the summer before departing for 126. Picture: Barry Goodwin. All that jazz. Doug Bollinger finished with match figures of 3-77 from 40.5 overs. Picture: Barry Goodwin. Youngsters Sam Billings and Adam Ball put on a 50 partnership for the seventh wicket in Kent's first innings. Picture: Barry Goodwin. Adam Riley celebrates taking his fifth wicket of the Surrey second innings. Picture: Barry Goodwin Wicketkeeper/batsman Sam Billings made 34 in the first innings but also claimed three stumpings in the match. Picture: Barry Goodwin.

 

 

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