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|Date of Birth||1st January 1985||Height||-|
|Debut||2000||Years of Service||-|
|Bat||Left-hand bat||Best Bat||125* for England v South Africa|
|Bowl||Right arm off-break||Best Bowl||3/7 for Kent v Nottinghamshire, 2001|
Kent batsman Lydia Greenway is the new head coach of the double-winning seven-time county champions.
The 31-year-old left-hander retired from international cricket last summer after a 13-year career and 225 appearances for England and is delighted to accept the new role.
The Farnborough-born player was one of the first Kent Cricket Academy graduates, in the first intake with fellow Kent and England batsman Joe Denly.
Greenway said: “I’m delighted to take on the new role as I make the transition from player to coach.
“The senior players at Kent have always taken on the responsibility of coaching and mentoring the younger players so it’s a natural progression.
“I look forward to working with the current squad and bringing through more players from our excellent age-group performance squads.
“We’re proud of our achievements and will be working hard to defend the double in 2017 as the competition gets tougher every year.”
Kent Women (2000-), England Women (2002-15), Southern Vipers (2016)