A number of County Age Group girls from Kent Cricket have been selected onto a Regional Development Centre (RDC) for the 2019-20 season.
Ten players: Darcy Carter, Megan Sturge, Alexa Stonehouse, Sydney Gorham, Grace Scrivens, Ryana Macdonald-Gay, Indigo Gentry, Kalea Moore, Coco Streets and Chelsey Rowson have all been called-up after attending the recent RDC trials.
The RDCs are an intermediary measure for the most talented players, before the Centre of Excellence Academies start in the Winter of 2020. The purpose of the RDCs is to identify, develop and prepare players for the next level of the Pathway by giving them individualised and localised programmes of support across multiple sites.
All ten players will be included in both winter and summer programmes, starting this November and culminating in September 2020.
Kent’s Women & Girls Officer Helen Fagg, said: “We’re delighted that these players’ efforts in training and performance in matches have been recognised, and they now have the chance to train at the Regional Development Centre level.
“Congratulations to all ten players. We’re excited to see how they fair throughout the programme.”