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Walker: 'Matt Henry was exceptional'

Kent head coach Matt Walker said Matt Henry’s performance against Durham was “fast bowling at its very best”.

Report: Gills’ slump goes on

Gillingham’s winless run was extended to eight games after another painful day at Priestfield.


Report: Stones are staying up

Maidstone are celebrating National League safety after winning at relegated Chester.


Henry stars in Kent victory at Durham

Kent win second Specsavers County Championship match of the season at Durham

Ed Smith named as England selector

Former Kent and England batsman Ed Smith has been announced as national selector for England.

Stewart keen to continue progress

From net bowler to first team squad member it’s been a remarkable couple of years for Grant Stewart.

Coker to leave Palace

Andre Coker has opened the door for a summer move to Maidstone after announcing he is leaving Crystal Palace.

Keep on pushing

Gills players are in no position to take things easy in the last three games of the season.


Kent need to learn fast

Matt Walker says Kent need to quickly learn how to deal with the tough early season conditions after defeat to Gloucestershire in their first game

Stones players meet

Senior Maidstone players called a squad meeting to address their poor form.

You haven't got a clue

Steve Lovell says Gillingham's critics have no idea what goes on behind the scenes.


Byrne: We're not out of the woods yet

Mark Byrne has warned Gillingham are still not safe from relegation.


Billings helped bring Henry to Kent

Henry and Billings were both on 12th man duties for their respective countries during the One-Day series Down Under this winter


Gallery: Top 10 Gills v Rotherham pictures

KM Group photographer Andy Payton captured the action as Gills lost out against Rotherham at Priestfield.

The nation's favourite

Andre Coker says he felt like he was playing to a nation after thriving in Maidstone’s win over AFC Fylde.

Listen to our new Kent Cricket Podcast

We've launched a new podcast about all things Kent Cricket for the start of the 2018 season.

We'll Hav you back

Jay Saunders would like to bring Will De Havilland back to Maidstone next season.

Walker: 'We gave ourselves too much to do'

Kent lost their opening Specsavers County Championship match with Gloucestershire by five wickets


Eaves backed to be even better

Tom Eaves made it 15 goals for the season on Saturday, but boss Steve Lovell believes he should have had more.


Kent lose Championship opener

Kent lost their opening Specsavers County Championship match by five wickets to Gloucestershire

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