• Ashford legend calls time...

    Ashford legend calls time...

    Last Friday evening (20th March) brought together players, parents, coaches and volunteers for the Ashford District Cricket Awards. The event was hosted by Ashford Prep School who supports the Ashford District by giving full access to the indoor cricket facility for indoor training.

  • Proposed Scorer's Panel

    Proposed Scorer's Panel

    Dear Colleague,

    For those of you that do not know me I am the Appointments Officer for the KCBACO and appoint umpires for matches under the auspices of the ECBACO. I also run my own independent umpires panel.

  • Sun Shines on Tenterden!

    Sun Shines on Tenterden!

    After months of planning, the day of the National Showcase for NatWest CricketForce arrived and it was time for Tenterden Cricket Club to take center stage!

    A full report will be published in due course, but for now please enjoy looking at the gallery of photos from the day...

  • Kings Hill Cricket Club receives Grant Award

    Kings Hill Cricket Club receives Grant Award

    The England and Wales Cricket Trust (EWCT) has made a grant award of £27,144 to Kings Hill Cricket Club towards the cost of a two bay practice area which will give a boost to the Club's coaching programme. The total project cost was £37,000 approximately and the Club's sponsors Balreed Managed Print Services provided the partnership funding.

  • Girls Unite in Sandwich!

    Girls Unite in Sandwich!

    Kent Cricket Community team joined forces with Dover to support the growth of girls cricket on Tuesday 17th March 2015 with 6 Primary Schools. Over 80 girls from key stage 2 headed to Sandwich Technology School to be joined by the one and only England Cricketer; Lydia Greenway!

  • The Silas Pullen Fund

    The Silas Pullen Fund

    Silas Pullen died from an aggressive brain tumour just over a year ago. Since then, family and friends have worked tirelessly setting up the Silas Pullen Fund to help raise money for the Brain Tumour Charity.

  • Successful Spring Workshop!

    Successful Spring Workshop!

    In seeking new ways to support Groundsmen and Women across Kent, our County Groundsman Association (CGA) experimented with an informal Spring Workshop this year, kindly hosted by Rainham Cricket Club. 

    Starting at 9:30 and finished by 12:30, costing only £10 per head groundsmen didn't need to sacrificed a whole day to get valuable support.

  • Ashford legend calls time...
  • Proposed Scorer's Panel
  • Sun Shines on Tenterden!
  • Bromley District Gains Second Disability Club
  • Kings Hill Cricket Club receives Grant Award
  • ECB Health & Safety Module for Overseas Players & Coaches
  • Girls Unite in Sandwich!
  • The Silas Pullen Fund
  • Successful Spring Workshop!
  • Why Not Run? Sunday 17th of May 2015

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"Two million children are playing cricket today thanks to our Chance to Shine schools' cricket campaign." 
Click here to see the impact that it has had in Kent.

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