Kent Cricket will begin their Royal London One Day County Championship campaign during the May Bank Holiday weekend with games against Nottinghamshire on the Sunday and Warwickshire on Bank Holiday Monday itself.
Kent, who are the most successful county in the history of the competition with 7 championship wins, finished 3rd in Division One in 2018 with four victories from their seven matches. The squad will aim to match their 2016 title-winning form, and have been boosted with the arrival of 2017 Cricket World Cup winner Fran Wilson for the 2019 season.
Last year’s champions, Hampshire, will visit the Garden of England on Sunday 19th May.
In T20 competition, three games will be played per matchday, with one of the three teams involved acting as hosts. All fixtures will be on Sundays.
Kent finished the 2018 T20 season in third position, winning 5 of their 8 matches with a net run rate of 0.67.
All Kent Cricket members are entitled to free entry to all Kent Women’s home games.
Full details on Kent Cricket membership and packages can be found here.
Kent Cricket Women’s fixtures:
2019 Royal London One Day County Championship Division One:
Sunday 5th May – Kent vs. Nottinghamshire
Monday 6th May – Kent vs. Warwickshire
Sunday 12th May – Surrey vs. Kent
Sunday 19th May – Kent vs. Hampshire
Sunday 26th May – Yorkshire vs. Kent
Monday 27th May – Lancashire vs. Kent
Sunday 2nd June – Kent vs. Sussex
2019 Women’s T20 Division One (3 games each day):
Sunday 9th June (Host: Nottinghamshire) – Nottinghamshire, Kent and Lancashire
Sunday 16th June (Host: Sussex) – Sussex, Kent and Surrey
Sunday 23rd June (Host: Kent) – Kent, Middlesex and Birmingham Bears
Sunday 30th June (Host: Hampshire) – Hampshire, Kent and Birmingham Bears