Darren Stevens reached three figures to help Kent secure an LV= County Championship draw with Glamorgan at Canterbury on Saturday.
New arrival Mitchell Claydon hopes to make an immediate impact at Kent to ensure his loan stay from Durham lasts more than a month.
Stand-in skipper Geraint Jones insists Kent can still secure
promotion to Division 1 of the LV= County Championship.
Adam Riley says his seven-wicket showing against Hampshire is the highlight of his career so far.
Kent have signed Australian-born fast bowler Mitchell Claydon on an initial month’s loan from Durham.
Skipper Geraint Jones’ brave declaration on day three of their LV= County Championship game at Hampshire nearly set Kent up for an unlikely victory.
Geraint Jones admits Kent have to improve on their performances at Canterbury when they return to action against Glamorgan on Wednesday.
Kent chief executive Jamie Clifford has hailed Tunbridge Wells Festival Week a great success, a year after centenary celebrations were washed out.
Sam Billings says he will take confidence from his Spitfires half-century against Northamptonshire Steelbacks.
Alex Blake is desperate to build on his encouraging first appearance of the season for Kent against Northants on Sunday.
Skipper Geraint Jones admitted Northants “executed their skills” better than Kent Spitfires in the 29-run Yorkshire Bank 40 defeat on Sunday.
Kent had to settle for a draw at The Nevill Ground against Leicestershire, despite centuries from Rob Key and Brendan Nash.
Kent Spitfires’ quest for the knockout stages of the Yorkshire Bank 40 competition suffered a blow with a 29-run defeat against Northamptonshire.
Kent Spitfires look set to face a selection dilemma as they seek to continue their push for the knockout stages of Yorkshire Bank 40.
Rob Key''s best ever one day score helped Kent Spitfires to a crushing eight-wicket win over the Netherlands in Yorkshire Bank 40 Group A.
James Tredwell paid tribute to Rob Key’s ‘magnificent’ innings which helped the Spitfires bounce back from disappointment to secure win over Holland.
Rob Key’s best ever one day score helped Kent to a crushing eight-wicket win over the Netherlands in Yorkshire Bank 40 Group A at Tunbridge Wells.
Kent Spitfires slipped to their second defeat of the season in the Yorkshire Bank 40 when they went down by 20 runs to the Sussex Sharks at Horsham.
An unbroken Essex stand of 142 denied Kent the opportunity of forcing their first LV= County Championship Division 2 win of the season.
Opener Sam Northeast has reflected on Kent’s disappointing start to the season but insists the squad are working hard to get back on track.