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Sussex v Kent, NatWest T20, Hove
Jul 11, 2014: Disappointment can often be a good motivator and in a week when he lost his Test spot, Chris Jordan almost managed to haul Sussex across the line in the T20 Blast
Leicestershire v Kent, Grace Road, 1st day
Jul 10, 2014: Sam Northeast hit his first century of the season as Kent cruised to a six-wicket win against Leicestershire at Grace Road
Leicestershire v Kent, Grace Road, 3rd day
Jul 9, 2014: Josh Cobb struck his first Championship century for two years to make Kent pay for dropping him early in the day at Grace Road
Leicestershire v Kent, Grace Road, 2nd day
Jul 8, 2014: Mitchell Claydon continued to be a thorn in Leicestershire's side as he clubbed a career-best 77 to put Kent into a strong position at the end of the second day at Grace Road.
Leicestershire v Kent, Grace Road, 1st day
Jul 7, 2014: Mitchell Claydon claimed his best figures for Kent as Leicestershire were bowled out for 217 on a day when 15 wickets fell at Grace Road.
Kent v Hampshire, NatWest T20 Blast, South Division, Canterbury
Jul 4, 2014: Hampshire cruised to a 47-run away win over South Group rivals Kent to cement their place in the NatWest T20 Blast qualification places
Surrey v Kent, NatWest T20 Blast, The Oval
Jul 2, 2014: Twelve months ago, Jason Roy's career was in danger of going stale. Now, the case for his inclusion in the England limited-overs side is reaching persuasive levels
Jul 2, 2014: England are coming to the conclusion that Adam Riley is the natural replacement to Graeme Swann as a specialist offspinner, but for the moment they have decided a Test series against India is no time to gamble
Gloucestershire v Kent, NatWest T20 Blast, Bristol
Jun 27, 2014: Triallist Adam Rose was an instant hit for Gloucestershire as they chased down their target against Kent from an unpromising position
Kent v Derbyshire, Canterbury, 3rd day
Jun 24, 2014: An England and Wales Cricket Board pitch panel chaired by Tony Pigott decided not to impose a points penalty on Kent following their 10-wicket victory against Derbyshire at Canterbury.
Kent v Derbyshire, Canterbury, 2nd day
Jun 23, 2014: Adam Riley and Darren Stevens put Kent on course for their second Division Two victory of the season by demolishing Derbyshire's batting and forcing them to follow on
Kent v Derbyshire, Canterbury, 1st day
Jun 22, 2014: Former England Under-19 batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond notched a maiden County Championship century to give Kent the edge on day one at Canterbury.
Kent v Sussex, NatWest T20 Blast, Canterbury
Jun 20, 2014: Sussex ended a run of five successive defeats in the South Group of the NatWest T20 Blast with a comfortable 35-run victory over Kent at Canterbury
Glamorgan v Kent, Cardiff, 4th day
Jun 18, 2014: Michael Hogan claimed a match haul of 10 wickets to help Glamorgan thump Kent by an innings and 11 runs for their second County Championship win of the season.
Glamorgan v Kent, Cardiff, 3rd day
Jun 17, 2014: Jim Allenby became Glamorgan's second centurion of the season as the Welsh county set up a charge for victory on the third day against Kent at Cardiff.
Glamorgan v Kent, Cardiff, 2nd day
Jun 16, 2014: Jacques Rudolph claimed Glamorgan's first century of the season to help put the Welsh county in a dominant position the second day against Kent at Cardiff.
Glamorgan v Kent, Cardiff, 1st day
Jun 15, 2014:
Glamorgan v Kent, NatWest T20, Cardiff
Jun 13, 2014: Darren Stevens' fantastic efforts with both ball and bat were not enough to seal victory for Kent as they were held to a tie in a sensational contest against Glamorgan.
Kent v Essex, NatWest T20 Blast, Canterbury
Jun 11, 2014: Ravi Bopara's non selection for England is very much Essex's gain who have him in the form of his life. He smashed 81 in just 44 balls to send Essex joint top of the South Group of the NatWest T20
Kent v Essex, Canterbury, 4th day
Jun 10, 2014: Kent earned the draw that had looked odds-on the night before but could so easily have eluded them once the visitors scented blood during a morning session of pressure cricket that was wonderful to watch
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