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3 June 2016

The brave new world of T20

With the NatWest T20 Blast campaign up and running, where the short format goes next both on and off the pitch will be of great interest to Kent supporters. The first game at home... more

5 May 2016

Eddie Allcorn: Four seasons in one month

Kent finally got their season going at the third attempt and in quite some style at home to Glamorgan. After the Worcestershire water-table fiasco in the sunshine and the snowy... more

8 April 2016

Eddie Allcorn: Spring Hopes Eternal

Many Kent fans have their own pre-season rituals, Eddie Allcorn always like to pop down to the Spitfire Ground St Lawrence in April to pick up his Membership, have a look round... more

18 February 2016

Academy scholars prepare for 2016 season at the ICC Academy

Teen leg spinner Jan Gray is one of several Academy players training at the ICC Academy in Dubai this week as the scholars step up their preparations for the 2016 season... more

11 January 2016

Megan Belt: Winter fitness training will help my bowling

Since the start of the winter, I have already been to three England development camps at Loughborough University, the first one being a fitness screening where the coaches... more

27 August 2015

Eddie Allcorn: Let's make the Kia Oval feel like a home game

Kent fans could have been forgiven for thinking the season was over after the heartbreaking tie/loss to Lancashire at Canterbury in the quarter-final of the NatWest T20 Blast. A... more

15 August 2015

Kent's 20/20 Vision

You have to hand it to Kent this season, they have been incredibly consistent this summer, consistently inconsistent that is! It has left Members, supporters and no doubt the... more

10 July 2015

Eddie Allcorn: Sussex by the Sea

It is twenty years since I last attended a cricket match at Hove but the recent top of the table T20 Blast clash between Sussex and Kent plus the offer of a lift from a fellow... more

24 June 2015

Eddie Allcorn looks ahead to Australia visit

Kent versus Australia, now there’s a fixture to conjure with. 1882 marked the first contest and in the 33 first class games, Kent have won six but lost sixteen. In an era of... more

23 June 2015

Eddie Allcorn: How high can T20 scores go?

If you asked most Kent fans who they most enjoy beating the vote would probably be split between Essex and Surrey so for those attending the recent duo of T20 fixtures it proved... more