Keaton Jennings’ 46 was key to Lancashire ousting Kent to reach T20 Blast Finals Day.
Rilee Rossouw scored a masterful 125 for Hampshire in the Royal London One-Day Cup final at Lord’s.
Kent batsman Heino Kuhn has enjoyed an awesome season with the bat, but his catching in the slips has been equally inspiring.
Once again, a Heino Kuhn century led the rescue of Kent as they beat Worcestershire in the first semi-final of the Royal London One-Day Cup in Worcester.
Heino Kuhn’s century led the destruction of Nottinghamshire in the quarter-final of the One-Day Cup, as Kent chased down 255 to win by nine wickets with 14 overs remaining.
Heino Kuhn, after given limited opportunity as an opener for the Proteas last summer, has cut his ties from the national side and signed a Kolpak deal with Kent. The Titans wicketkeeper-batsman opened for South Africa in all four Tests on their tour of England last year, although he only averaged 14.12 with a top score of 34 and has since… Read more →
Wayne Parnell has passed a late fitness test ahead of Kent’s One Day Cup match at home to Sussex on Friday.
Wayne Parnell has re-signed for County side Kent as their overseas player for the beginning of the domestic season.
Rory Kleinveldt took five wickets to help Northants beat Kent by 10 wickets despite the all-round efforts of Hardus Viljoen.
Hardus Viljoen enhanced his reputation by helping Kent to an innings win over Sussex in their late County promotion push.
Hardus Viljoen took 5-55 in his first match for Kent against Gloucestershire in the County Championship.
Hardus Viljoen, called up to help Kent push for promotion in the County Championship, announced his arrival by taking five wickets in his first match.
Following in the footsteps of Kagiso Rabada, Proteas pace bowler Hardus Viljoen has been signed as Kent’s overseas player for the last four Championship matches of the season.
Imran Tahir smashed through the Somerset line-up, taking seven wickets to give Notts a fighting chance in their County Championship match.
Kagiso Rabada moved seamlessly from T20 mode to first-class, taking two wickets as Essex tried to impose themselves on Kent in the County Championship.