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Kent village champions now face national challenge

Kent village champions now face national challenge

10 August 2020

Bearsted Cricket Club are the newly crowned Kent champions of the National Village Cup.

Exciting prospect joins Kent

Exciting prospect joins Kent

10 August 2020

Director of cricket Paul Downton is confident that Kent's new signing will become a significant cricketer for the county.

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Dream come true for Cox as Kent take control

Dream come true for Cox as Kent take control

09 August 2020

Jordan Cox blew away the nerves to produce a dream innings for Kent.

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Kent looking to score big on day two

Kent looking to score big on day two

08 August 2020

Marcus O’Riordan took three wickets for Kent on the opening day of their Bob Willis Trophy match against Sussex and now hopes to impress with the bat.

Captain returns for the visit of Sussex

Captain returns for the visit of Sussex

08 August 2020

Kent have captain Sam Billings back for their opening home game of the Bob Willis Trophy.

Minster juniors breaking new ground

Minster juniors breaking new ground

06 August 2020

The coronavirus pandemic ruined hopes of a fourth successive promotion for Minster’s senior side but the junior section is thriving.

Kent captain plays in England defeat

Kent captain plays in England defeat

05 August 2020

Sam Billings was unable to make an impact for England a third time as they were stunned by Ireland in the final one-day international.

Weekend cricket round-up

Weekend cricket round-up

05 August 2020

Leeds & Broomfield lead the way in the Clubbie Cup while Sandwich Town taste first defeat in the East Kent NHS Heroes League.

Defeat for Kent in Bob Willis Trophy opener

Defeat for Kent in Bob Willis Trophy opener

04 August 2020

Kent were beaten by Essex in a dramatic finish at the County Ground, Chelmsford.

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Kuhn century puts Kent in charge

Kuhn century puts Kent in charge

02 August 2020

Heino Kuhn starred for Kent as county cricket returned on Saturday.

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Kent skipper shines for England again

Kent skipper shines for England again

01 August 2020

Sam Billings helped see England home to victory against Ireland with another unbeaten knock.

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150 not out: Kent's cricket grounds celebrated in landmark year

150 not out: Kent's cricket grounds celebrated in landmark year

01 August 2020

As county cricket resumes, a new book marking Kent's 150th anniversary celebrates the 18 grounds to host the game in the club's illustrious history.

Denly ruled out of ODI series

Denly ruled out of ODI series

31 July 2020

Kent's Joe Denly has been ruled out for the rest of England's one-day international series against Ireland after suffering back spasms in training.

Kent eye final spot

Kent eye final spot

31 July 2020

Bowling coach Simon Cook sees no reason why Kent shouldn’t be eyeing a place in the Bob Willis Trophy final this summer.

Billings leads England to win

Billings leads England to win

30 July 2020

Kent skipper Sam Billings hit an unbeaten half-century to help England win their one-day international game against Ireland.

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Rouse to retire

Rouse to retire

30 July 2020

Kent wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Rouse has announced he has made the decision to retire from professional sport.

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Sandwich in fine form again

Sandwich in fine form again

30 July 2020

Sandwich Town continued their good start in the East Kent NHS Heroes League on Saturday.

Kent Women fixtures announced

Kent Women fixtures announced

29 July 2020

The fixture schedule for Kent women's cricket side's newly-formed London Championship campaign has been announced.

Crawley retains his place in England's Test squad

Crawley retains his place in England's Test squad

29 July 2020

Kent batsman Zak Crawley has kept his spot in England's unchanged 14-man squad for the first of their three Tests against Pakistan.

Podmore wants to test himself against the best

Podmore wants to test himself against the best

29 July 2020

Seam bowler Harry Podmore insists he is relishing the prospect of starting Kent's 2020 season against reigning county champions Essex.

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