• Groundsman Course Heavily Subsidised

    Groundsman Course Heavily Subsidised

    The Foundation Part B course is back by popular demand for Autumn 2015 and again comes with fantastic price reductions. 

    The Foundation level course is suitable for new entrants (professional and volunteer) or those
    requiring a refresher course in the modern, practical techniques of preparing and maintaining
    a cricket square.

  • Club Affiliation Update

    Club Affiliation Update

    We are now well into the Cricket Season and with the changeover to clubs not being invoiced directly and affiliation being collated online there are still a significant number of clubs who are yet to affiliate.

    Affiliation to the England and Wales Cricket Board via Kent Cricket is required for most league competitions and brings a wealth of benefits for all types of clubs...

  •  Looking to widen your reach?

    Looking to widen your reach?

    Kent Cricket Community Team has recently been awarded some funding to take part in a table tennis project as part of Table Tennis England’s ‘In The Loop’ project. As with all sports, Table Tennis are looking to encourage participation in their sport and are looking at doing this in a number of creative ways. One of which is to link in with other sports where Table Tennis could be offered as an extension to a club offer.

  • Kent District Finals Day 2015

    Kent District Finals Day 2015

    On Sunday 12th July at Three Hills Sports Park, Folkestone saw the Under  12 and Under  14 Kent District Finals. After winning their respective Semi-Finals both Canterbury and Sevenoaks made it to the U12 Finals With Ashford and Bromley progressing through to the U14 Finals. 

  • Important CASC information

    Important CASC information

    All Cricket CASCs have recently been written to by HMRC. From April 1st 2015 the CASC qualifying conditions have changed. Clubs are being asked to check whether they now meet the new qualifying conditions.

  • Club Open Days, supported by Waitrose

    Club Open Days, supported by Waitrose

    Club Open Days is an ECB initiative designed to support cricket clubs by giving them a platform to attract new players, volunteers and members, heighten their presence in the community and raise additional funds.Benefits of holding a Club Open Day:

  • Lady Taverners Success for Leeds and  Broomfield U11 Girls

    Lady Taverners Success for Leeds and Broomfield U11 Girls

    Congratulations to Leeds and Broomfield U11 Girls cricket team. They triumphed in the Kent Lady Taverners Under 11 Kwik Cricket Festival, hosted at the weekend by Bexley Cricket Club.

    The mid Kent team won all five of their festival matches, comfortably beating former winners Tunbridge Wells in the final.

  • Table Tennis Coaching Course
  • Thanet Sports Awards 2015
  • Groundsman Course Heavily Subsidised
  • EXTENDING YOUTH CRICKET THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER
  • Club Affiliation Update
  •  Looking to widen your reach?
  • Kent District Finals Day 2015
  • Important CASC information
  • Club Open Days, supported by Waitrose
  • Lady Taverners Success for Leeds and  Broomfield U11 Girls

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