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The OECC Festival of Cricket In aid of CRY

A fantastic late Summer event for all the family! Come and watch current stars and past greats of both Kent County Cricket Club and the England team entertain you! All in aid of Cardiac Risk in

Visit The OECC Festival of Cricket for Cardiac Risk in the Young

for all the latest information.

Saturday 10 September 2016

Eltham College, Grove Park Road, London SE9 4QF.

Free entry to the cricket and entertainment 10.30am – 6pm.

Gala Dinner 7.30pm: £50 per head (£35 U18 & unwaged).

Visit this page regularly for updates on players, entertainment and guest speakers at the Gala Dinner.

Congratulations to Tunbridge Wells who beat Frocester by five wickets on Sunday to reach the televised National Twenty/20 Finals Day at Derby on Tuesday 6th September.


Season summary to date HERE

Tunbridge Wells beat Preston Nomads by 3 wickets in the last over of the National Twenty/20 South Area Regional Final yesterday.

Preston Nomads 181-6 (20 overs)
Tunbridge Wells 183-7 (19.2 overs)

Tunbridge Wells bet Sandwich Town by 39 runs in the final of the KCL Twenty/20 on Sunday at Foxgrove Road, Beckenham.
Tunbridge Wells 152-6
Sandwich Town 113-10
We wish them well in the Regional Final on Sunday 7th August at South Wilts C.C.

Bromley Cricket Club will be hosting the Professional Cricketers Association, England Masters, on Wednesday, August 17 at Plaistow Lane, Bromley, BR1 3AS. The Masters comprise of players that have represented England and we have had confirmation that Mark Ramprakash, Geraint Jones, Simon Jones and two international hat trick bowlers….Matthew Hoggard and Dominic Cork will be playing.

The 20/20 match starts at 3.30pm. and entrance to the match is free of charge. Please note that parking is not available inside the ground.

Supporting Cricket Charities.

Kent Cricket has an opportunity to employ a highly motivated and competent Community Cricket Administrator to support and work with the Community Cricket Team. The primary focus of this post is to ensure that outcomes are met within the Delivery Plan for Cricket.

Candidate Brief HERE.

Due to current road works in Maidstone town centre it is advisable to try and avoid this area or leave additional time to reach the ground.

We would like to tank a majority of Clubs of their excellent inputting of scorecard to date this season. A few notes for the less well inputs.

“Unsure” is not an acceptable entry. If you are unable to find a player on Play-Cricket, please email with the name you cannot find.

Please add fall of wickets to scorecards. This is expected, especially at 1st XI level. Record partnerships cannot be calculated without.

Another reminder – please check ALL your scorecard by Wednesday lunchtime each week and add missing catchers or other errors to save us having to chase you for detail.