Kent travel to Welbeck for the opening Vitality Women’s T20 double-header of the summer against Nottinghamshire (10.30am) and Lancashire (1.30pm) aiming for a fourth 20-over title.
The new condensed four-week format means Kent face three away Sunday double-headers before welcoming Middlesex and Warwickshire for the final round of matches at The County Ground, Beckenham on Sunday 1 July.
A 13-strong squad heads North this weekend after finishing third in the 50-over format despite missing England players for multiple matches.
Skipper Tammy Beaumont and spinner Laura Marsh are on England duty ahead of next Friday’s Royal London ODI at Canterbury but all-rounder Phoebe Franklin has recovered from concussion to rejoin the squad.
New Zealand Arlene Kelly and teenager Kirsty Dymond are set to make their Kent T20 debuts at Welbeck.
Notts are without all-rounder Jenny Gunn and Lancashire’s international spinner Sophie Ecclestone is away on international duty.
Kent squad: Alice Davidson-Richards (c), Megan Belt, Kirsty Dymond, Tash Farrant, Phoebe Franklin, Grace Gibbs, Lauren Griffiths (wk), Jodie Hobson, Jenni Jackson, Hannah Jelfs, Arlene Kelly, Chelsey Rowson.
Notts squad: Sonia Odedra (c), Georgia Boyce, Megan Burton, Jodie Dibble, Amy Gauvrit, Kirstie Gordon, Elizabeth Grantham-Woodhouse, Teresa Graves, Yvonne Graves, Lucy Higham, Hannah Hughes, Sophie Munro, Maddie Ward.
Entry to all home Women’s matches is included in all Kent Memberships an option for Six Pack holders.
World champions England play South Africa at The Spitfire Ground on Friday 15 June in a Royal London One-Day International. Advance tickets cost £15 for adults, £1 for under 16s.