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Stat Attack: Who is the oldest player to represent Kent?

Evergreen all-rounder Darren Stevens is set to become the first cricketer to play for Kent in his forties since former England spinner Derek Underwood represented the county aged 42 years 99 days in September 1987. Display on Further News Section: Display on further news section Related News: 2016 dates for your diary 2016 Kent Cricket first XI fixtures 2016 match tickets now on sale 2016 memberships on sale NOW read more

5 Contenders for the position of Pakistan team’s head coach

After the appointment of Inzamam-ul-Haq as the new Cheif Selector, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is now on a lookout for a suitable successor to Waqar Younis. The race for the role of head coach with the Pakistan cricket team intensified as several top foreigners applied for the position. It is reported that England’s Peter Moores, South The post 5 Contenders for the position of Pakistan team’s head coach appeared first on CricTracker.

Megan Belt earns SportsAid funding

Kent spinner Megan Belt is one of 60 athletes to receive funding from Sport England’s Backing the Best scheme. The 18-year-old Broadstairs bowler won the Canterbury Christ Church University Bowler of the Year award in 2015 and was selected for England Women Development Programme at Under-19 level, are among Display on Further News Section: Display on further news section Related News: 2016 dates for your diary 2016 match tickets now on sale 2016 memberships on sale NOW 2016 women's fixtures announced read more

Kaushal Silva cleared to resume training : suffered a ‘mild concussion’

Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket is happy to announce that batsman Kaushal Silva has been discharged from hospital in Colombo having been issued a clean bill of health by medical experts. Specialists attending to him have confirmed that he suffered ‘a mild concussion’ and has now been completely cleared to resume physical activity after being kept under strict observation for the past 36 hours. Silva was airlifted to Colombo on Sunday (24) after being hit on the head by a ball whilst fielding at short leg during a practice match at the Pallakelle International Cricket Stadium, where the Sri Lanka team was in a residential practice and training camp in preparation for their tour to England