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20 January 2017

Beaumont hits unbeaten 50 in WBBL

Tammy Beaumont hit her second half-century in the Women’s Big Bash League as Adelaide Strikers bowed out at the group stage. The Kent and England opener hit five boundaries... more

19 January 2017

Academy scholar in FGS Plant Tour squad

Kent Cricket Academy scholar Ollie Robinson is in Kent’s 17-man squad for the FGS Plant Tour to the West Indies. The 18-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman will travel as cover... more

19 January 2017

2nd XI fixtures 2017

17 January 2017

Cheltenham Festival Preview at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence

Horse racing followers are invited to The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence for a Cheltenham Festival 2017 preview on the evening of Tuesday 7 March. Run on behalf of Kent Cricket... more

16 January 2017

Visit Canterbury is tour training kit partner

Kent Cricket will promote the home of the club on the upcoming FGS Plant Tour to the West Indies.  Visit Canterbury’s logo will proudly appear on the Samurai... more

15 January 2017

Dickson smashes 58-ball century in Pretoria

Kent batsman Sean Dickson hit a century off 58 balls in his last match in club cricket before joining the FGS Plant Tour in the West Indies next weekend. The 25-year-old right-... more

14 January 2017

Joe Denly hits double hundred for Sydney

Joe Denly smashed a double hundred for Sydney against Northern District in the New South Wales First Grade competition. The 30-year-old Kent Cricket Academy graduate hit 19 fours... more

12 January 2017

Lydia Greenway appointed player-coach of Kent Women

Kent batsman Lydia Greenway is the new player-coach of the double-winning seven-time county champions. The 31-year-old left-hander retired from international cricket last summer... more

10 January 2017

2017 charity revealed

Kent Wildlife Trust will be Kent Cricket’s official charity for 2017. The club hopes to raise awareness of the charity’s campaigns to protect, recreate and reconnect... more

10 January 2017

Sam Billings top-scores for England in India A tour win

Kent’s Sam Billings top-scored with 93 as England defeated India A by three wickets in the opening tour match in Mumbai. The tourists chased 304 with seven balls to spare... more