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We are please to announce the launch of an exciting new mobile app that will allow users to both view 1st XI live scores and to update scores from their phone in 2015. Available now in Google Play. This version is for androids with the IPhone version coming soon. More details HERE. Please take a look and advertise to your members.

Due to Kent CCC week at the Nevill, three Tunbridge Wells fixture date have now been changed and the final fixture list for 2015 in now HERE

Notice is hereby given of the Annual General Meeting of the Kent Cricket League which will be held at the Mercure Hotel, Hollingbourne, Near Maidstone on Wednesday 4th February 2015 at 8.00 p.m.

With the redevelopment of the County Ground Beckenham there is to be a new 6 a side Indoor Cricket League starting in January on Sunday Evenings.

If you are interested and want some more info, please get in touch with Adam Hodder

The dinner award pictures are now posted HERE if you spot any errors, please email admin@kcl.uk.net as soon as possible as these pictures are the ones we will use for handbook.

If your require a full resolution picture of any please email HERE

The other informal Dinner pictures will be available soon.

Has anyone had two bats stolen? Please go here for details.

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of John Harley who passed away last week.

Described by most as a “character”, his larger than life personality and enthusiasm for all matters cricket-related meant that once met, never forgotten! He brought fun and laughter to the game, but took the matter of wicket-taking very seriously! Known for his long hair and equally long run-up he played most of his cricket in recent years at New Ash Green and then Hartley but his lasting legacy will be his John W. G. Harley cricket fixture facebook group which has saved many a game in recent years from being cancelled and which gave him much pride and satisfaction. Diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in May of this year, he vowed to continue playing cricket three times a week throughout the remainder of the season. A feat which he duly achieved. Sadly, John lost his short battle with this deadly illness on Wednesday November 19th 2014 aged just 53. He will be missed by all those whom he touched during his all-too-short lifetime.

We are delighted to announce that £100 from the raffle proceeds was donated to both Children in Need and the RBL Poppy Appeal. Many thanks for your support.

The draft fixtures for 2015 may now be seen HERE

Please see the latest edition of the Safeguarding newsletter HERE