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Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League picture gallery

30 June 2014
by KentOnline reporter

Kent League pictures

Action from Saturday's Shepherd Neame Kent League programme

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Daniel Masters fires in a delivery for Lordswood in the Premier League clash against Bickley Park on Saturday. Lordswood won the match by six wickets Lordswood's Rashan Jaleel bowls against Bickley Park Upchurch batsman Luke Merry hits out during his side's winning draw against The Mote in Division 1 Upchurch batsman Aaron Walker hits to leg, watched by The Mote keeper Alex Fordham Folkestone's Hugh Bernard bowls at Sibton Park during his side's nine-wicket win in Division 1 Sibton Park's Ryan Currie stumped by Folkestone's Stuart Graham off the bowling of Himanshu Waingankar Harvel opener Ben Phillips caught behind by Faversham's Scott Davenport for 30 off the bowling of Chris Smith in Division 4. Harvel achieved a winning draw in Saturday's match Harvel's Fraser Forward bowled by Faversham's Chris Smith Ashford Town bowler Craig Buckham in action during his side's six-wicket win over Offham in Division 4

 

 Pictures: Ruth Cuerden, Chris Davey, Gary Browne, Matt Bristow and Paul Amos

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