The latest news, interviews, video, and match reports from Kent County Cricket Club including County Championship, one-day and Twenty20 cricket reports.
We preview this week's NatWest T20 Blast action by picking out the stats that matter ahead of 11 matches that could go a long way towards deciding who reaches the quarter-finals.
Riding on a good team performance, Australia went on to beat Kent by 255 runs, gaining a massive victory in their first practice game in Canterbury, ahead of the much anticipated Ashes series.
Powered by typically aggressive knocks from all-rounders Mitchell Marsh and Shane Watson, Australia dominated Kent on the third day of the tour game in Canterbury, taking the lead to 549.
Mitchell Johnson, helped himself to a three-wicket haul after Australia declared their innings at 507, extending their dominance over Kent in the tour game at Canterbury.
Rob Johnston asks whether the two-division County Championship is producing enough Test quality cricketers and what the growing gap between the first and second divisions means for England.
Last week, I went to watch Kent play Surrey at Beckenham and it got me thinking about the plight of festival cricket at outgrounds, writes Rob Johnston.
The fourth year of the Kent Cricket Community T20 competition will be sponsored by Beckenham-based Dyno Franchise Great Bay Limited, adding a touch of orange to proceedings.
Matt Carter gives his analysis of how Derbyshire, Durham, Essex, Glamorgan, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Kent, Lancashire and Leicestershire fared this season.
Matt Carter reviews the penultimate round of LV= County Championship which saw some outstanding individual performances meaning there is still plenty to play for next week.
Yorkshire won the title with a crushing win, Worcesteshire are promoted from Division Two, but there was plenty more going in this week's LV= County Championship, as Matt Carter explains.
In their penultimate county cricket Hot Spot discussion of the season, John Pennington and Matt Carter pay tribute to Yorkshire's LV= County Championship success.
Kent play Warwickshire before Nottinghamshire head to Durham in the semi-finals of the Royal London One-Day Cup. Matt Carter assesses each of the remaining teams' chances.
Matt Carter and John Pennington review the four Royal London One-Day Cup quarter-finals that were played this week and preview the next round of LV= County Championship matches.
Matt Carter previews the Royal London One-Day Cup quarter-finals which take place later today, on Thursday and Friday of this week.
The Birmingham Bears won the title, Lancashire reached the final while Surrey and Hampshire also made it to finals day, but how many of their players make our team of the season?
The return of the LV= County Championship this week saw the title battle become a three-horse race and the fight to avoid relegation produced a classic encounter.
The Royal London One-Day Cup has seen country sides in 50-over action once again which Matt Carter judges to be a good thing in his first set of talking points.