Results have been updated after the first match of the season here.
The first interleague match of the season is on…
Great results today for the whole Kent squad …. and Jan spinner won 4/4 on her birthday for ladies . Unbeaten .!
Kent A win 25/19, Kent B win easily but not as easy as a Kent C 31/13!
Ladies win 24/20 without the superstar Barbara Taylor who is poorly xx get well soon darling .
Seniors win 17/11 on a day that marked an emotional reflection of Tony Bailey ( total respect) .
Juniors won and under 23 s 10/10 …. this county of Kent is so powerful as a unit .
Dave Fernandez thanks for getting out your sick bed . Patrick Cunningham Josh Patel thanks for that last set inspiration . Also massive well done to Lee Crowhurst and his team on their first county day . Only positives mate . Well done .
Now I just need to ask one question !? Where’s Jamie Fenech!!!!
Home to London 08/03/2020
You can now download the fixtures and scoresheets for the 2020 season at the Interleague section of the website.
A great weekend in Yarmouth for Kent pool with our county represented in five categories
Inter County Championships
An early start for the u23 teams playing on Thursday with the Kent team making it it to the semi-finals but unfortunately losing out 11:5 to Warwickshire.
Playing late on Friday evening didn’t work out well for the Men’s B team who lost narrowly to Devon 23:20 in the Intercounty Finals. Moving into the first round of the cup they won their first but match but couldn’t keep the run going losing 23:17 to Cornwall in the Quarter Finals.
Our Men’s A team made a good start beating Northamptonshire, but fell foul of a strong Norfolk team who pushed them out of the main event and into the Cup Quarter Final.
Our best performances came from the Ladies and Junior teams. The Ladies didn’t get off to the best of starts with a loss to Devon in the first round of the main event but made it all the way to the final of the Cup losing out to Cheshire in the final 23:19.
The Junior team had a great tournament making it all the way to the final, but came up against last years champions who proved far too strong and secured their second successive title winning 23:8. Still a great result for our young team who have a lot of potential for the future.
Kent was well represented across the England Trials with nine players across the various categories.
In the Men’s section A team players Mitch Standen, Sean Kirby and Adam Bassoo competed for one of the eight places available. Adam had a great day winning 6/6 to qualify first.
We also had three players int he Ladies section, Karen Riches, Jan Spinner and Mel Clements with Mel making it into the squad.
Another three in the u23s with Kian Ballard, Steve Ritchie and Jasper Simmonds with Jasper and Steve qualifying.
Well done to all those who qualified and good luck when representing your country.