• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    lbw b Stevens
    24
    66
    80
    4
    0
    36.36
    b Stevens
    68
    137
    174
    12
    0
    49.63
    c †Billings b Claydon
    32
    60
    82
    4
    0
    53.33
    lbw b Riley
    15
    36
    53
    2
    0
    41.66
    c †Billings b Stevens
    1
    12
    8
    0
    0
    8.33
    lbw b Bollinger
    32
    51
    53
    5
    0
    62.74
    lbw b Riley
    6
    13
    25
    0
    0
    46.15
    c & b Bollinger
    20
    19
    27
    5
    0
    105.26
    c †Billings b Bollinger
    41
    90
    123
    5
    0
    45.55
    c Harmison b Riley
    52
    79
    85
    2
    4
    65.82
    not out
    18
    21
    17
    3
    0
    85.71
    Extras
    24 (b 10, lb 8, nb 6)
    TOTAL
    333 all out (96.5 Overs, RR: 3.43)
    Fall of wickets: 1-50 (GP Smith, 20.1 ov), 2-131 (EJH Eckersley, 41.6 ov), 3-141 (MAG Boyce, 44.3 ov), 4-145 (JJ Cobb, 46.4 ov), 5-176 (AJ Robson, 56.5 ov), 6-192 (NJ O'Brien, 61.1 ov), 7-198 (BA Raine, 62.3 ov), 8-224 (RML Taylor, 67.4 ov), 9-309 (AJ Ireland, 90.6 ov), 10-333 (JKH Naik, 96.5 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    DE Bollinger21.5210034.5801
    RH Joseph1142402.1800
    DI Stevens2484631.9100
    ME Claydon2139314.4202
    AEN Riley1955232.7300

Match Notes

Kent 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st0RWT KeySA Northeast
2nd19RWT KeyDJ Bell-Drummond
3rd17BP NashDJ Bell-Drummond
4th0BW HarmisonDJ Bell-Drummond
5th53DI StevensDJ Bell-Drummond
  • Smith, Robson light up dull draw

    Leicestershire were the whipping boys too often last season, cast adrift at the foot of Division Two, to contemplate a more daring declaration on the final day against Kent

  • Leics impress in three-day affair

    Leicestershire's season has begun at Canterbury, in front of one of county cricket's more charitable crowds, and after three days they would all agreeably concede that they have begun rather well

  • Ireland lifts Leicestershire with maiden fifty

    Anthony Ireland hit the first half-century of his career as Leicestershire finished on a very competitive 333 for 9 against Kent.

  • Tredwell dropped to work on game

    James Tredwell has been given a break from first-team cricket with Kent so he can work on technical aspects of his game in an attempt to rekindle his first-class form