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Kent returning to Twickers

Kent returning to Twickers

06 June 2024

The county are a victory away from back-to-back Bill Beaumont County Championship titles - after going 96 years without winning it!

‘The best decision of my cricketing life’

‘The best decision of my cricketing life’

05 June 2024

Kent Spitfires captain Sam Billings has opened up about “the best decision of my cricketing life” after returning to action this week.

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Evison makes his mark in T20 defeat

Evison makes his mark in T20 defeat

03 June 2024

Variety was the key for Joey Evison after he picked up three wickets for Kent Spitfires on Sunday.

Kent League Premier Division round-up

Kent League Premier Division round-up

03 June 2024

Early Kent League Premier Division basement boys Tunbridge Wells ended reigning champions Lordswood’s perfect record to allow Minster to go top.

Spitfires beaten by Hawks

Spitfires beaten by Hawks

02 June 2024

Kent suffered their first defeat of this summer’s Vitality Blast after losing a tight contest at Hampshire Hawks on Sunday.

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Parkinson takes hat-trick for Spitfires

Parkinson takes hat-trick for Spitfires

31 May 2024

A first-ever hat-trick from Matt Parkinson sealed a flying start for Kent Spitfires in the Vitality Blast on Friday night.

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Bell-Drummond: Spitfires’ T20 side can beat best

Bell-Drummond: Spitfires’ T20 side can beat best

31 May 2024

Batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond is optimistic Kent Spitfires can qualify for the knockout stages of the T20 Blast competition.

Taig: Don’t allow defeat to be in vain

Taig: Don’t allow defeat to be in vain

31 May 2024

Club captain Jarryd Taig is urging Canterbury’s batsmen to take lessons from their six-wicket Kent League Premier Division defeat at Bexley.

Head coach Walker: Don’t rule us out yet

Head coach Walker: Don’t rule us out yet

30 May 2024

Matt Walker insists there’s still enough time for Kent to defy those who predicted they would suffer 2024 County Championship Division 1 relegation.

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Crawley’s Kent form defended by Walker

Crawley’s Kent form defended by Walker

29 May 2024

The largely poor red-ball form of Kent’s England international batsman Zak Crawley has been defended by coach Matt Walker.

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Champions prevail by tightest of margins

Champions prevail by tightest of margins

28 May 2024

Just one point separated Kent from Cornwall as their Bill Beaumont County Championship campaign continued at the weekend.

‘We’re just holding our breath a little bit’

‘We’re just holding our breath a little bit’

28 May 2024

Wes Agar’s injury is set to be assessed as Kent await a fitness update on the Australian overseas fast bowler.

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Heavy final-day home defeat for Kent

Heavy final-day home defeat for Kent

27 May 2024

Kent suffered an innings defeat to rivals Essex in County Championship Division 1 in Canterbury.

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Kent League Premier Division round-up

Kent League Premier Division round-up

27 May 2024

Defending champions Lordswood lead the Kent League Premier Division after edging to victory at St Lawrence & Highland Court.

Victorious veterans rewind the clock

Victorious veterans rewind the clock

27 May 2024

Players representing Canterbury Hockey Club rolled back the years on their way to winning a national cup competition.

Kent show fight against Essex

Kent show fight against Essex

26 May 2024

Joe Denly and Harry Finch led the Kent rearguard on day three of their Vitality County Championship clash with Essex at Canterbury.

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Cox puts Kent to the sword

Cox puts Kent to the sword

25 May 2024

Jordan Cox scored a double hundred on his return to Kent as his new side Essex dominated day two of their County Championship clash.

Injury problems worsen at Kent

Injury problems worsen at Kent

24 May 2024

An injury-hit Kent bowling attack was dealt another huge blow on day one of their County Championship Division 1 derby with Essex at Canterbury.

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Kent lose to defending T20 champions

Kent lose to defending T20 champions

24 May 2024

Kent’s visually-impaired side lost at home to defending David Townley Memorial Twenty20 Cup winners Sussex Sharks.

Oboh shines as Crusaders hold court on national stage

Oboh shines as Crusaders hold court on national stage

24 May 2024

Tim Oboh was Most Valuable Player as Canterbury Academy Crusaders won their first under-18 junior national basketball championship title.

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