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22nd November 2013
ECB has announced the winners of the ECB's annual Business of Cricket Awards which were held at The Cumberland Hotel in London on Thursday night. News
13th November 2013
Kent have announced Rob Key as the club captain for the 2014 season, with Sam Northeast performing the role of vice-captain. News
13th November 2013
ECB has announced a series of changes to its rules and regulations for first-class cricket from next season which will include the wider use of the Super Over concept, the advent of coloured crease markings and a new 60-second cut off time for incoming batsmen in NatWest T20 cricket. News
7th November 2013
The ECB celebrates another major commercial boost ahead of the eagerly anticipated Ashes Series in Australia, in announcing that Royal London will become the headline sponsor of one-day cricket at international, county and recreational levels from 2014.
Rob Barnett
24th October 2013
Former England wicketkeeper Geraint Jones will again represent Papua New Guinea, the country of his birth, in the World Twenty20 Qualifier.
Chris Devine
12th October 2013
At the beginning of April, picked out 19 promising youngsters to keep an eye on. With the 2013 season now at an end, we thought we would see how they are getting on. News
8th October 2013
Kent are letting veteran seamer Charlie Shreck go after two years with the club. News
28th September 2013
This year’s Walter Lawrence Trophy, awarded for the fastest hundred of the season, has been won by Kent's Darren Stevens, who battered a blistering 44-ball century against Sussex in the Yorkshire Bank 40 match at Canterbury on June 19. News
27th September 2013
Darren Stevens hit a sumptuous unbeaten 205 as Kent finished off the LV= County Championship season by inflicting a dramatic first defeat on Division Two champions Lancashire. News
26th September 2013
Ashwell Prince became the first Lancashire batsman in 16 years to score a century in each innings of a match as the visitors turned the screw against Kent by building a mammoth 417-run lead in Canterbury.