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You can find the draw for the Twenty/20 HERE.

Please try to make contact with you opponents whether home or away as soon as possible to ensure first round is completed by 20th May.



WE are pleased to announce that Michael Mitchell from Old Wilsonians has agreed to captain and manage the Representative team from Divisions 1 and 2 this year. The first match is away on May 10 against the Essex Sunday League, venue TBA. Please would any players from Divisions 1 or 2 who would like to be considered to be selected for the team, please email us HERE

A recently qualified umpire is seeking matches this summer in the Bromley area at either 2nd XI level or 1st XI Division 3, 4 or 5. If you seeking an umpire for some matches please email HERE

I now have all the cricket balls not collected at the AGM. Please contact Errol Valentine on 020 8650 7188, 07850 152192 or HERE to arrange collection.

Sevenoaks Vine, Bexley, The Mote, Old Wilsonians, Downham & Bellingham and Gore Court.

It is vital this year that this form HERE is submitted before a Category 3 player may play for your club in the League. It is simple to complete when your overseas player arrives.Completion of this form is mandatory following consultation with the ECB acting on advice from the Home Office.

See how Downham and Bellingham are progressing with their new pavilion, after their dreadful fire, here

Photos can now be seen HERE

Fixtures for 2017 have been published. See the fixtures HERE.

They have also been loaded to Play-Cricket HERE.

Division 1 this season has perhaps thrown up potentially the most exciting final Saturday of all time with all top five still in with a chance of promotion. Please will all Clubs try to find someone with the KCL Live Score App at the ground and ask them to post regularly.

Unusually, only two of these side clash next week; Holmesdale currently top visit The Mote in fifth. Holmesdale need four points from this game and come what may below will be promoted as Champions to return to the Premier for the first time since 1998. If they fail to obtain four points and Canterbury and Sandwich both win, Holmesdale would end third.

I leave it to the statisticians to confirm, but I make it there are seven permutations possible next Saturday of champions and runners up. This must be unusual.

Congratulations to Hartley Country Club who clinched the 2016 Premier Division yesterday. More to follow.