• BATSMEN
    R
    M
    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c †Billings b Coles
    105
    176
    159
    17
    0
    66.03
    c Rouse b Yasir Shah
    57
    99
    85
    8
    0
    67.05
    b Hunn
    32
    127
    97
    4
    0
    32.98
    c Rouse b Hunn
    153
    311
    265
    22
    0
    57.73
    b Yasir Shah
    19
    63
    48
    2
    0
    39.58
    c †Billings b Hunn
    112
    223
    155
    11
    1
    72.25
    not out
    34
    100
    73
    3
    0
    46.57
    c Tredwell b Coles
    12
    24
    15
    3
    0
    80.00
    c Denly b Yasir Shah
    11
    29
    23
    1
    0
    47.82
    lbw b Yasir Shah
    9
    21
    19
    2
    0
    47.36
    c Claydon b Tredwell
    0
    7
    4
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    24 (b 8, lb 6, nb 10)
    TOTAL
    568 all out (156.2 Overs, RR: 3.63)
    Fall of wickets: 1-113 (RI Newton, 24.3 ov), 2-184 (BM Duckett, 48.6 ov), 3-219 (AG Wakely, 62.4 ov), 4-255 (RI Keogh, 80.6 ov), 5-494 (MDE Holden, 130.6 ov), 6-507 (AM Rossington, 136.4 ov), 7-525 (SP Crook, 142.3 ov), 8-556 (GG White, 149.4 ov), 9-567 (NL Buck, 155.3 ov), 10-568 (BW Sanderson, 156.2 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    MT Coles31313324.2904
    ME Claydon1334003.0701
    Yasir Shah571016542.8900
    MD Hunn2139034.2800
    JC Tredwell33.2612213.6600
    JL Denly10404.0000

Close of Play

  • Mon, 3 Jul - day 1 - Kent 1st innings 434/1 (SR Dickson 210*, JL Denly 143*, 96 ov)
  • Tue, 4 Jul - day 2 - Northamptonshire 1st innings 180/1 (BM Duckett 101*, AG Wakely 14*, 40 ov)
  • Wed, 5 Jul - day 3 - Northamptonshire 1st innings 528/7 (JJ Cobb 12*, GG White 2*, 144 ov)
  • Thu, 6 Jul - day 4 - Kent 2nd innings 184/3d (58 ov) - end of match
  • Northants avoid follow-on and match dies

    Kent and Northamptonshire played out a dull, high-scoring draw at Beckenham after Josh Cobb and the Northants lower order comfortably made the 24 more runs they required to avoid the follow-on early on the final day

  • Holden fills his boots on Beckenham flatlands

    Beckenham continued to be a batsman's paradise as Northants responded to Kent's 701 for 7 declared with big runs of their own

  • Dickson's 318 tops day of Kent records

    Sean Dickson plundered 318, Kent's highest individual score on home soil, and put on 382 with Joe Denly in the biggest partnership in the county's history as a host of records tumbled at Beckenham

  • Dickson and Denly make Northamptonshire suffer

    Sean Dickson hit a career-best unbeaten double century and Joe Denly notched his third hundred of the summer as Kent enjoyed a first-day run fest