• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    b Payne
    12
    30
    34
    2
    0
    40.00
    c †Coughtrie b Gidman
    5
    10
    10
    1
    0
    50.00
    c †Coughtrie b Gidman
    12
    27
    35
    1
    0
    44.44
    c †Coughtrie b Saxelby
    12
    31
    51
    1
    0
    38.70
    c †Coughtrie b Gidman
    0
    2
    3
    0
    0
    0.00
    b Young
    54
    90
    108
    8
    0
    60.00
    c †Coughtrie b Gidman
    21
    65
    100
    1
    0
    32.30
    b Gidman
    11
    21
    19
    2
    0
    52.38
    run out (sub [Fuller])
    1
    5
    3
    0
    0
    20.00
    not out
    12
    28
    36
    1
    0
    42.85
    c Howell b Young
    4
    21
    30
    1
    0
    19.04
    Extras
    6 (lb 3, nb 2, w 1)
    TOTAL
    150 all out (54.5 Overs, RR: 2.73)
    Fall of wickets: 1-9 (RWT Key, 2.5 ov), 2-26 (SA Newman, 8.6 ov), 3-30 (BW Harmison, 11.4 ov), 4-30 (MJ Powell, 11.6 ov), 5-55 (BP Nash, 21.1 ov), 6-110 (DI Stevens, 40.1 ov), 7-132 (JC Tredwell, 44.5 ov), 8-133 (MT Coles, 45.4 ov), 9-134 (GO Jones, 46.4 ov), 10-150 (CE Shreck, 54.5 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    WRS Gidman16.364352.6000
    ID Saxelby1733912.2910
    DA Payne5.32911.6300
    PB Muchall713304.7101
    EGC Young8.522322.6000

Kent 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st34RWT KeySA Newman
2nd51RWT KeyBW Harmison
3rd9RWT KeyBP Nash
  • Adams content with Kent progress

    A mundane final afternoon had both coaches shrugging their shoulders at the outcome. Steady progress with an inexperienced squad was the conclusion of both Jimmy Adams and John Bracewell after the opening three weeks of the season.

  • Gloucs put Kent under the weather

    Gloucestershire's 296-run lead against Kent sets up the chance to win consecutive matches providing enough overs are possible on Sunday and their attack, shorn of David Payne, can squeeze out 10 wickets on a slowing surface.

  • All-round Gidman puts Gloucestershire in control

    Will Gidman shone with bat and ball to put Gloucestershire in control at Canterbury

  • New-boy Howell shows the way

    Matt Coles, who started the season with a maiden championship hundred, stood out with the ball with three wickets against Gloucestershire