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Pre-order your limited edition NatWest T20 Blast shirt

Thursday 12th March 2015

Men’s First Team

Kent Spitfires will play in a special edition shirt in the NatWest T20 Blast in 2015 to mark the 75thanniversary of the Battle of Britain.

The Samurai Sportswear shirtfeatures an eye-catching sublimated design featuring the iconic Spitfire with donations from every sale going to the Battle of Britain Memorial Trust.

Sponsors Shepherd Neame have kindly agreed to give up a collar logo on the shirt in 2015 to display the name of the charity, based in Capel-le-Ferne near Folkestone.

Every order will be entered into a draw to win the first Battle of Britain Spitfires shirt, signed and delivered by a Kent Cricket star before it goes on sale in April.

Click here to pre-order the Battle of Britain limited edition of our new NatWest T20 Blast shirt onlineor visit the Kent Cricket Shop at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence – now open 9am to 5pm on weekdays.

NatWest T20 Blast matches are the ideal way to kick off your weekends from May 15 with fixtures at Canterbury, Beckenham and Tunbridge Wells.

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The club played tribute to sponsors Shepherd Neame who allowed the Trust to replace its Spitfire Ale collar logo on the 2015 shirt.

Kent Cricket CEO Jamie Clifford said: “Kent Cricket and Spitfire Ale is already a fantastic partnership with our respective brands fitting so closely together. This initiative is a very special extension of that partnership.

“I am delighted that Shepherd Neame has very graciously agreed to donate their collar logo on the new shirt to the Trust and share the Club’s desire to remember the sacrifice made over the skies of Kent during the summer of 1940.

“As part of our long-term agreement, the Club also nominates a match annually as the Battle of Britain memorial match to commemorate the bravery of ‘The Few’ in the skies over the fields of Kent.”

The collection at the designated fixture helps to raise funds for The Wing, a new visitor centre at the National Memorial to the Few at Capel-le-Ferne, near Folkestone.