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Zak Crawley drives off the back foot

Kent v Glamorgan, Specsavers Championship Division Two, Canterbury

Zak Crawley overcomes his 90s nerves with maiden century

Crawley, the 20-year-old right-hander, hit a career-best 168 in a total of 436 as Kent posted a first innings lead of 250

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Zak Crawley was in the runs for Kent

Kent v Glamorgan, Specsavers Championship Division Two, Bristol

Crawley fights back as Glamorgan drink to Murphy

Rookie No 3 Jack Murphy brought Glamorgan satisfaction in a grim season that has left then bottom of Division Two

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Sam Billings saw Kent home

Middlesex v Kent, Specsavers Championship, Division Two, Lord's

Sam Billings sees Kent home and ends Middlesex chances

Kent moved to the top of Division Two as it was confirmed that they have signed Nottinghamshsire seamer Matt Milnes

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Harry Podmore in his Middlesex days

Middlesex v Kent, Specsavers Championship, Division Two, Lord's

Kent carry slight edge into tense finale

Kent need another 52 with six wickets left to strengthen their hold on the top two and end Middlesex's challenge in the process

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The evergreen Darren Stevens appeals for a wicket

Middlesex v Kent, Specsavers Championship, Division Two, Lord's

Denly and Gubbins fail England auditions

As two opening batsmen under scrutiny for England tour places flopped, Kent's ageless 42-year-old Darren Stevens put in a bid for the old 'uns

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Joe Denly peppers the off side

Kent v Northamptonshire, Specsavers Championship, Division Two, Canterbury

Joe Denly and Matt Henry put Kent on course for victory

Kent played positively to make up for lost time although Richard Gleeson managed to follow Matt Henry with career-best figures

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Matt Henry continued his wicket-taking form

Kent v Northants, Specsavers Championship Division Two, Canterbury

Matt Henry takes six as 18 wickets fall in the day

Kent could only manage 137, but that was made to look a significant total as Northamptonshire's batting was blown away