These laws may have been instigated pre-1910 where a Hampshire County Cricket Club batsman was claimed to be caught by a Kent County Cricket Club fielder off the tree. The laws stated that if the ball hit the tree, it was scored as a four even if it would have gone on to score six otherwise and no batsman could be caught out from a rebound off ...
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This is a list of cricketers who have played for Kent County Cricket Club in top-class matches. The county club has its origin in the Kent Club founded at Canterbury on 6 August 1842. A similar organisation was formed at Maidstone in 1859 and, in 1870, these two amalgamated to create the present county club. 
Darren Stevens fifty puts Kent in strong position at Leicestershire. Parkinson takes 5-41 to claim nine for the match but hosts face big deficit. Zak Crawley, Jack Leaning fifties keep Kent afloat ...
Kent career First-class appearances Runs Batting average Wickets Bowling average Caps Frank Woolley: 1906-1938: 764: 47,868: 41.76: 1,680: 18.84: 64 Wally Hardinge: 1902-1933: 606: 32,549: 36.48: 370: 26.41: 1 James Seymour: 1902-1926: 536: 26,818: 32.66: 15: 45.33: 0 Derek Underwood: 1963-1987: 520: 3,793: 9.87: 1,951: 19.21: 86 Tich Freeman: 1914-1936: 506: 4,257: 9.25: 3,340: 17.64: 12 Bill Ashdown: 1920-1937: 482: 22,309: 30.64
Blake is known as a "brutal limited-overs batsman" and an "athletic" fielder. Cricket career. Blake was a member of the Kent Cricket Academy and played for the county at age group level before making his debut for the Kent Second XI in 2005. He was part of the England under-19 team which played in an invitational tri-series in January and ...
Batsman Heino Kuhn has left Kent. Picture: Ady Kerry. The South African made 92 Kent appearances across all formats, scoring 3,503 runs at an average of 35.38 as he struck seven hundreds.
Former Kent batsman Graham Cowdrey has died at the age of 56 after a short illness. The son of one of England’s most famous batsmen and captains Colin Cowdrey, Graham Cowdrey spent 14 years at Kent, making 450 appearances, many of them alongside his brother and former captain Chris.
Matt Henry (Cap no. 215) – New Zealand International. Alex Blake (Cap no. 214) – Kent’s first ever homegrown white-ball player. Sam Billings (Cap no. 212) – Current captain & England international. Daniel Bell-Drummond (Cap no. 211) – Current Kent batsman.
Alan Brown: Fast bowler with Kent and England. Also played non-league football in Kent was a sales for New Northfleet Paper Mills and then a postman in Gravesend. Norman Graham: Seamer with Kent and Northumberland where he lives in his native Hexham and works in the financial services industry. John Dye: Left-arm seamer with Kent and Northants. Ran his own private coaching courses, coached in South African schools and was professional at Wellingborough School.