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Fred Ridgway 1923-2015

Kent and England bowler Ridgway dies

Former Kent bowler Fred Ridgway, who played five Tests on England's 1951-52 tour of India, has died aged 92

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Sam Northeast, Kent one-day captain

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Northeast named Kent captain

Sam Northeast has been named as Kent's captain for 2016, succeeding Rob Key in the role

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David Willey produced a telling opening spell

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County ins and outs 2016

ESPNcricinfo keeps tabs on the movement between counties ahead of the 2016 season

Kent v Gloucestershire, LV= Championship Div Two, Canterbury, 1st day

Gloom for Bell-Drummond on showery day

Daniel Bell-Drummond was the sole casualty of a rain-ruined opening day in Canterbury where only 15 overs were bowled at the start of Kent's final home game


Matt Coles is back with Kent for 2015

Glamorgan v Kent, LV= Championship, Division Two, Cardiff, 4th day

Woeful Glamorgan slump to heavy defeat

Kent inflicted upon Glamorgan their second heaviest post-war defeat in the championship - a woeful display by the home side that will surely bring an inquest


Joe Denly made 17

Glamorgan v Kent, LV= Championship, Division Two, Cardiff, 3rd day

Denly and Key set Glamorgan a mountain

Kent's hopes of making further inroads into Glamorgan's second innings and clinching their fourth LV= County Championship win of the season were held up by bad light in Cardiff


Rob Key acknowledges his century

Glamorgan v Kent, LV= Championship, Division Two, Cardiff, 2nd day

Key's hundred pronounces still much to offer

Kent will start the third day of Glamorgan's final home game of the season with a commanding lead of 358 runs thanks to an unbeaten century from Rob Key as he found late-season form to suggest his career is not yet spent

Steven Croft receives the NatWest Blast trophy

NatWest T20 Blast

T20 Finals Day figures slump to record low

The viewing figures for last month's T20 Finals Day at Edgbaston were 10 per cent down on the previous lowest recorded in 2013, and 498,000 worse than the highest recorded in 2005


Rob Key acknowledges his century

Glamorgan v Kent, LV= Championship, Division Two, Cardiff, 1st day

Another song in the Key of life

Rob Key has summoned some late-season batting form as he shows no inclination of stepping back as a confident young Kent side gathers momentum


Steven Croft dug in for 30 off 100 balls

Kent v Lancashire, LV= Championship, Canterbury, 3rd day

Lancashire promoted despite 'worst' game

Lancashire were celebrating on Kentish soil for the third time in as many weeks after securing LV= County Championship promotion from Division Two after courageously batting out the final day at Canterbury