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Two former Kent League legends together on stage.


Full details here

We are very sad to report the recent passing of Sandra (Sandy) Smith, wife of past KCL Chairman, Howard. Our sincere thoughts and sympathy are with Howard, his family and friends.

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.

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)