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Kent v Lancashire April 2022

Kent v Lancashire April 2022

Kent v Lancashire, County Championship, Division One, St. Lawrence, Kent, Thursday 14th – Sunday 17th April 2022

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Kent v Lancashire

Thursday 14th – Sunday 17th April 2022

Lancashire won the toss and elected to bat

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St Lawrence Ground

The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence

Lancashire won by 10 wickets

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  1. George Balderson
  2. Luke Wells
  3. Josh Bohannon
  4. Steven Croft
  5. Dane Vilas (Captain)
  6. Phil Salt (Wk)
  7. Luke Wood
  8. Danny Lamb
  9. Tom Bailey
  10. Hassan Ali
  11. Matt Parkinson
  1. Ben Compton
  2. Daniel Bell-Drummond
  3. Zak Crawley
  4. Tawanda Muyeye
  5. Jordan Cox
  6. Oliver Robinson (Captain/Wk)
  7. Darren Stevens
  8. Matthew Milnes
  9. Hamidullah Qadri
  10. Jackson Bird
  11. Nathan Gilchrist
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** Championship Match Reports **

Lancashire Match Preview

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Kent Match Preview

County cricket’s ‘attitude problem’ is failing young spinners

I’ve stopped trying to make sense of it

Ali ‘very excited’ to learn from Anderson during Lancashire stint

Digital Match Programme

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Thursday 14th April 2022

Vilas and Croft hit centuries as Lancs dominate Day One at Kent

Vilas, Croft craft excellent start for Lancashire

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Friday 15th April 2022

Parkinson spell puts Lancashire in control

Crawley, Compton fifties give air of summer to Kent’s pursuit

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Root steps down as England Test Captain

Root steps down as England Men’s Test Captain

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Saturday 16th April 2022

Ali claims first Lancashire wickets as visitors push for victory

Compton digs in against commanding Lancashire position

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Sunday 17th April 2022

Lancashire complete victory at Kent late on final day

Compton scores twin tons in extraordinary losing cause for Kent

Kent Match Report

ECB appoints Key as Managing Director of England Cricket

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