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Oct 20, 2014: Joe Denly will return to his home county of Kent next season having been released from the final year of his contract at Middlesex following three difficult seasons.
Oct 2, 2014: ESPNcricinfo keeps tabs on the movement between counties ahead of the 2014 season
Kent v Gloucestershire, Canterbury, 4th day
Sep 26, 2014: Gloucestershire finished their County Championship season on a high and denied Kent the chance of a potential fourth-placed Division Two
Kent v Gloucestershire, Canterbury, 3rd day
Sep 25, 2014: Kent face an uphill battle to prevent their sixth defeat of the four-day campaign after Gloucestershire dictated terms on day three in Canterbury
Kent v Gloucestershire, Canterbury, 2nd day
Sep 24, 2014: Gloucestershire opener Will Tavare hit an unbeaten century to bat his side into a strong position at the mid-point of their final game in Canterbury
Kent v Gloucestershire, Canterbury, 1st day
Sep 23, 2014: Mitchell Claydon bagged his third five-wicket haul of the season as Kent dismissed Gloucestershire for 179 on the opening day at Canterbury. Responding after tea, Kent fared badly in reaching 83 for 4
Hampshire v Kent, Ageas Bowl, 4th day
Sep 18, 2014: Hampshire are safely over the penultimate fence but dragged their hind legs through it
Hampshire v Kent, Ageas Bowl, 3rd day
Sep 17, 2014: Sean Ervine has been a cornerstone of Hampshire's success for the past decade and he played a special innings on the third day against Kent
Hampshire v Kent, Ageas Bowl, 2nd day
Sep 16, 2014: Hampshire are set for another test of temperament to gain promotion back to Division One of the County Championship after their advantage slipped on the second day of the penultimate round
Hampshire v Kent, Ageas Bowl, 1st day
Sep 15, 2014: Daniel Bell-Drummond and Sam Northeast, with his third consecutive century, continued to repay Kent's faith by putting their side into a very strong position
Essex v Kent, Chelmsford, 3rd day
Sep 11, 2014: Essex completed the formality of scoring the 22 runs needed at the start of day three to beat Kent at Chelmsford, with the victory wrapped up in 18 deliveries with a winning margin of nine wickets
Essex v Kent, Chelmsford, 2nd day
Sep 10, 2014: James Foster led from the front as Essex closed in on victory against Kent after dominating the second day of their Championship Division Two encounter at Chelmsford
Essex v Kent, Chelmsford, 1st day
Sep 9, 2014: A magnificent century from Sam Northeast was the highlight of the day as Essex and Kent battled it out for supremacy in their crucial Division Two battle.
Warwickshire v Kent, Royal London Cup, Edgbaston
Sep 4, 2014: The contrasting expressions on the faces of the players told the story: whatever the gentle decline in popularity of county cricket over the last couple of decades, the prospect of a Lord's final still means a great deal
Kent v Glamorgan, Canterbury, 4th day
Sep 3, 2014: The second century of Graham Wagg's 12-year county career saved Glamorgan from defeat at Canterbury and all but put paid to Kent's Division Two promotion hopes.
Kent v Glamorgan, Canterbury, 3rd day
Sep 2, 2014: Sam Northeast and Gareth Rees starred for Kent and Glamorgan respectively with the bat as their clash appears set to end in a draw.
Kent v Glamorgan, Canterbury, 2nd day
Sep 1, 2014: Daniel Bell-Drummond's determined 71 ensured Kent and Glamorgan remained in the balance with two days to go at Canterbury.
Kent v Glamorgan, Canterbury, 1st day
Aug 31, 2014: Chris Cooke scored a superb maiden first-class century to keep Kent's attack at bay and guide Glamorgan to 329 all out on the opening day of the Division Two match at Canterbury.
Kent v Gloucestershire, Royal London Cup QF, Canterbury
Aug 29, 2014: Kent were not to be denied. As Gloucestershire added 93 for the last four wickets the crowd shouted themselves hoarse and eventually gained their satisfaction
Kent v New Zealand A, Tour match, Canterbury
Aug 27, 2014: Kent were bowled out for 67, their second-lowest score in List A cricket, as they lost to New Zealand A by 172 runs
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The board's latest standoff with its players has had embarrassing consequences internationally, so any resolution now needs to be approached thoughtfully
Stats highlights from the fourth ODI between India and West Indies in Dharamsala
What Australia have not done since returning a fractured unit from India is head back to Asia to play an Asian team. Two of their major weaknesses - handling spin and reverse swing - will be tested in the UAE by Pakistan
West Indies may have formally played the fourth ODI in Dharamsala but their fielding suggested their minds were already on the flight back home
Players demanding that home pitches should be prepared to favour them don't realise it's a retaliatory business
ESPNcricinfo runs the rule over the preparation of all 16 Australia players ahead of the first Test, which starts in Dubai on Wednesday