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Walker: We don’t need a massive upheaval

Head coach Matt Walker says there will be no upheaval following Kent’s failure to win promotion to Division 1 of the County Championship.

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Walker: We've not been good enough

Matt Walker. Picture: Andy Jones

Coach Matt Walker has admitted defeat in Kent's quest for Championship promotion after their latest frustrating four-day draw.

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Billings stands strong

Sam Billings. Picture: Andy Payton.

Sam Billings returned from the migraine which had laid him low for two days to defy Durham in the Specsavers County Championship match at Chester-le-S

Cramp determined to fight on

James Cramp bowling for Hartley against Lordswood Picture: Andy Payton

Hartley's captain responds to their shock relegation from the Kent League Premier Division.

Hartley relegated on final day

Hartley Country Club captain James Cramp Picture: Andy Payton

Beckenham are the new Kent Cricket League champions but six-time winners Hartley have dropped out of the Premier Division.

Stevens stars in Kent draw

Darren Stevens in action against Leicestershire. Picture: Andy Payton.

Darren Stevens has revealed the reasons behind his career-best bowling figures in Kent's draw against Leicestershire.

Kent snap-up Stewart

Fast-bowling all-rounder Grant Stewart has signed his first professional contract for Kent.

It's Ball over

Adam Ball. Picture: Barry Goodwin

Kent all-rounder Adam Ball has been given permission to negotiate a new contract at another county.

T20 pain can be motivation

Matt Walker Picture: Andy Jones

Matt Walker has urged Kent’s players to use their T20 disappointment to help fire them towards championship promotion.

Hartley in last-chance saloon

Hartley Country Club captain James Cramp Picture: Andy Payton

Six-time champions Hartley will be staring down the barrel of relegation from the Kent League Premier Division if they fail to win on Saturday.

Kent's missed opportunity

Matt Walker Picture: Andy Jones

Head coach Matt Walker admits Kent's lack of consistency meant they did not deserve to reach the NatWest T20 Blast quarter-finals.

Walker puts club before country

Matt Walker. Picture: Andy Jones

Matt Walker has turned down a chance to be part of England's Ashes campaign in Australia this winter.

Home form Kent's downfall

Sam Northeast Picture: Gary Browne

Sam Northeast admitted Kent's inability to win at home was the main reason for their failure to qualify for the NatWest T20 Blast quarter-finals.

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T20 heartbreak for Spitfires

Joe Denly Picture: Andy Jones

Kent Spitfires failed in their bid to reach the NatWest T20 Blast quarter-finals after an agonising 10-run defeat to Surrey.

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Denly: Crowd salute made it special

Joe Denly. Picture: Andy Jones.

Kent Spitfires batsman Joe Denly said the reaction of the home crowd to his record-breaking ton against Essex helped make it even more special.

Denly fires Kent to thrilling win

Kent remain alive in NatWest T20 Blast after a thrilling win at Essex in a record-breaking run riot at Chelmsford on Thursday night.

Walker: We're already in the knockout stages

Matt Walker Picture: Andy Jones

Kent Spitfires' T20 Blast destiny is in their own hands and nothing but wins will do.

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Milne:Confidence to reach quarter-finals is there

Kiwi Adam Milne hopes his record-breaking five-wicket effort will give the Spitfires the momentum to reach T20 Blast quarter-finals.

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