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Kent Women take part in T20 double-header at Hove

Monday 17th June 2024

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Women's County T20

Kent Women played in a T20 double-header at The 1st Central County Ground in Hove this past weekend, taking on hosts Sussex Women, and Surrey Women, in the ECB’s Women’s County T20 tournament.


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On a sunny day on the South Coast, Kent Women faced hosts Sussex in the first match of the day, starting at 10:30am.

Sussex skipper Chiara Green won the Toss & elected to field, a decision that was proved correct inside the second over, when Kent’s ‘keeper-batter Emily Thompson was bowled by Mary Taylor for 2.

Her opening partner, Scotland international Darcey Carter, batted with three others until she departed for 45 from 39, only Izzy Kirby passing into double figures with her 13 from 16 before she was caught off the bowling of Millie Taylor. Genevieve Jeer finished 21 not out, and Jeer, Carter and Kirby were the only batter to pass 10 runs in Kent’s 101/7 from their 20 overs.

The Horses made a bright start with the ball, Carter rapping Ella Mccaughan’s pads in the second over, but Izzy Collis (30), Green (5) and Taylor (50 not out) as Sussex finished as winners by eight wickets inside the 16th over.

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In Kent’s second match of the day, they took on Surrey, and Megan Belt won the Toss & chose to bat.

The Horses made 123/7 in their 20 overs, Jeer making a steady 50 not out from 48 deliveries, plus a handy cameo of 19 from 12 from all-rounder, Coco Streets. Opener Carter made 15 off 9, and Ella Darlington 13 from 19.

Surrey captain Amy Gordon led from the front, opening the batting and scoring 47 from 36 deliveries, to anchor the Three Feathers’ reply and help see them home in the 19th over.

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