Departed Kent skipper James Tredwell’s faith in his international future has been rewarded with a call-up to the England squad to tour Australia.
Jimmy Adams and Rob Key are waiting to hear from Kent officials about whether they can hold an overseas pre-season training camp early next year.
Kent chief executive Jamie Clifford could not hide his excitement at the ‘opportunities presented’ with the release of the fixtures for 2014.
Kent Cricket have been given the go-ahead by planners for an ambitious development of the club’s Worsley Bridge Road ground in Beckenham.
James Tredwell says it’s a shame his tenure as captain lasted just 51 weeks but insists he took a ‘tough’ decision for the good of the Kent squad.
A Kent League cricketer is celebrating the scalp of England captain Alastair Cook in the tourists’ latest warm-up match before the start of the Ashes.
Rob Key revealed he expected the call from Kent to reprise his role as captain and says he feels he will be a stronger captain after a year away.
Sam Northeast says he’s looking forward to the challenge of vice-captaincy in what he says could be ‘a defining period’ for the club.
James Tredwell has stood down as Kent captain to concentrate on his England career, with predecessor Rob Key returning to the role.
Kent starlet Fabian Cowdrey was frustrated not to play championship cricket this summer but hopes to become a mainstay of the four-day side in 2014.
Kent’s Charlotte Edwards and Tammy Beaumont guided England to a five wicket victory over New Zealand in the opening game of a triangular in Barbados.
Jimmy Adams says Kent are in a ‘fantastic position’ thanks to the wealth of young talent pushing for first-team action in 2014.
After extending his stay at the club Alex Blake says he expects to battle with Fabian Cowdrey and Sam Billings for a place in the Kent side.
David Griffiths says he hopes his move to Kent will add some pace and flair to the county’s bowling attack and push the team forward.
Jimmy Adams said the 2013 season provided him with some lifelong memories to treasure.
Mark Davies says he is fully focused on earning the mantle of Kent’s premier bowler next season.
Kent’s player-of-the year Darren Stevens says off-field uncertainty over his cricketing future played a large part in the best season of his career.
Kent have released veteran seamer Charlie Shreck but handed batsman Alex Blake a new one-year contract to bring him back for a seventh season.
Darren Stevens swept the board at the Kent Cricket end of season awards held at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence.
James Tredwell intends to make a decision by the end of the month about whether he should remain as Kent captain by the end of the month.