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11 May 2015

Kent v Glamorgan: Seamers shine as Kent grab first-innings lead

The seamers shared the wickets as Kent dismissed Glamorgan for 281 on day two to secure a lead of 76 runs. Ivan Thomas, Darren Stevens and Matt Coles took three wickets apiece... more

11 May 2015

Academy attack impresses in Essex draw at Beckenham

Kent Academy’s bowlers impressed in a draw at The County Ground, Beckenham on Sunday. England Under 19 and Folkestone seamer Hugh Bernard, Canterbury paceman Piers... more

11 May 2015

Rob Key penalised under ECB Discipline Code

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today confirmed that Rob Key has received a penalty under the ECB’s discipline code.  Key was reported by umpires Steve O... more

10 May 2015

Kent v Glamorgan: Bell-Drummond ton boosts hosts

Kent opening batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond struck his second LV= County Championship century in five days to give his side a solid base for their four-day clash with Glamorgan. The... more

10 May 2015

LV= County Championship round 4 team news

Andy Wilson looks ahead to the team news in the other LV= County Championship games starting this weekend... Derbyshire v Northamptonshire Hashim Amla will make his debut for his... more

9 May 2015

Kent v Glamorgan: Cowdrey, Haggett and Tredwell in squad

Kent have selected Fabian Cowdrey, Calum Haggett and James Tredwell for the home LV= County Championship match against Glamorgan at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence. Both sides... more

9 May 2015

Kent v Glamorgan: match history

Honorary curator David Robertson looks through the archives ahead of Kent's second home game of the season as we welcome Glamorgan to The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence. Next to... more

8 May 2015

Support Demelza Hospice's Go Dotty Week

Kent Cricket is encouraging supporters to take part in the Demelza Hospice's Go Dotty Week, which starts today. The annual fundraising event by the club's official charity... more

8 May 2015

Sam Billings: hard work is the key

Sam Billings, the Kent wicketkeeper-batsman, tells Mark Pennell why hard work will help him to join the ranks of the celebrated keepers of the county’s past… Kent... more

7 May 2015

Joe Denly: It's good to be back home

Canterbury-born, raised in Whitstable and now living in Herne Bay, Joe Denly is a true man of Kent – so it seems only right that the opening batsman has returned to his... more