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Linden Park have won the top Division of the Kent Development League.

Link to the table is

Linden Park play away to Bromley on Sunday and will then face the winners of the Surrey Development League in September.

Rodmersham CC are sad to announce the passing of John Bergin. JB as he was affectionately know,n had been a member of Rodmersham for over 40 years starting off as a player before fulfilling every role you could think of through to chairman and finally president. His funeral will be held at 2pm on the 3rd September at Bobbing Crematorium, Sittingbourne, with drinks and a cricket tea to celebrate his life held at Rodmersham Cricket Club straight afterwards.

The ECB has some useful tips on encouraging youth cricketers. Please see HERE

Yesterday saw entries open for the 2015 competition, with eligible clubs able to apply in seconds through our new, easy-to-use online application form at

Horton Kirby Cricket Club would like to invite you all to their annual Festival of Cricket and Beer Festival, Come along with your family and friends and visit the picturesque village of Horton Kirby, in which the ground is set. In and throughout the week experience cricket every day and entertainment every evening. We look forward to seeing you there. More details here

Sam Billings scored an exceptional 135 not out from just 58 balls against Somerset at Taunton today including 17 fours and 5 sixes. Kent ended their 50 overs with 383-7. Sam Northeast also scored a fine 132 from 132 balls and Dan Bell-Drummond 61 from 60 as Kent piled up a massive total. Congratulations to all three, all players from Kent League Clubs.

After a terrific campaign, sadly the SNKCL Division 1 & 2 team lost to the Essex Division 1 & 2 team by 4 wickets yesterday. Full scorecard HERE

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Sovereign Trophy Final next Wednesday 30th July.

Kent League Division 1/2 Versus Essex League Division 1/3 Played at Banstead Cricket Club Start time is 11.00 a.m.

Leigh Walker* (Bromley Common)
Stuart Clarke (Linden Park)
Tom Harvey (Linden Park)
Craig Park (Linden Park)
Dave Smith (Tunbridge Wells)
Ben Allon (Folkestone)
Neil Scott (Addington Village)
Ben Leale-Green + (Linden Park)
Aaron Walker (Upchurch)
James Cramp (Bromley Common)
Sam Stuart (Bromley Common)

Scorer Adrian Jewell (Bromley Common)

Beckenham became Kent Champions for the first time after beating the Mote in the final by 47 runs see

Beckenham beat Blackheath in the first semi-final by 50 runs see whilst the Mote defeated Westgate-on Sea.