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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

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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

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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

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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

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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