The 2015 season is shaping up to be an exciting summer of cricket in England.
The county cricket schedule was announced today with the domestic season starting on April 12 with Kent's first home LV= County Championship game on Sunday, May 3 versus Leicestershire.
The first five LV= Championship home fixtures start on a Sunday with six of the seven Natwest T20 Blast matches played on Friday evenings.
Next summer is an big international summer and Kent is hosting the first match of the Ashes tour with Australia visiting The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence on June 25-28.
Tunbridge Wells Festival takes place in July with the four-day fixture on July 19-22.
The Royal London One-Day Cup starts in late July with three of four 50-over fixtures played in daytime.
Canterbury Week is played in early August with Royal London fixtures against Sussex and Lancashire either side of a LV= game versus Gloucestershire.
The world's oldest cricket festival continues as England play Australia women in the Women's Ashes Kia Test on August 11-14 atThe Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence as part of an extended edition.
The season concludes with the visit of Gloucestershire to Canterbury on September 14-17.