Representative Cricket at all age levels is extremely important for the development of talented cricketers. It provides the opportunity for players to be challenged and have their skills tested to a greater extent than in normal competition. Many players (men and women) who progress along the pathway to first class and international standard have participated in representative cricket at various age group levels. See further down the page for the Talent Pathway Girls Age Group squads that we run.

Click the image link below to see the current Women’s and Girls’ Pathway for Kent.

  • Under 11 Girls

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    Under 11 Focus: Play the Game

    Coaches: David Sear, Craig Bolton, Jodie Hobson, Georgia Tyler

    Winter Training: tbc

    Fixtures: A pdf will appear here once fixtures are confirmed

    Results: Visit play-cricket

  • Under 13 Girls

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    Under 13 Focus: Learn and Develop the Game

    Coaches: Jon Waite, Nick Aldrich, Brian Gasking & Remi Chea

    Winter Training: tbc

    Fixtures: A pdf will appear here once fixtures are confirmed

    Results: Visit play-cricket

  • Under 15 Girls Red Caps

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    Under 15 Focus: Understand the Game and your own Game

    Coaches: Molly Davis, Henry Cupitt

    Winter Training: tbc

    Fixtures: A pdf will appear here once fixtures are confirmed

    Results: Visit play-cricket

  • Under 15 Girls

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    Under 15 Focus: Understand the Game and your own Game

    Coaches: Lucy Arman, Ladi Sonaike

    Winter Training: tbc

    Fixtures: A pdf will appear here once fixtures are confirmed

    Results: Visit play-cricket

  • Under 17 Girls

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    Under 17 Focus: Prepare for Performance

    Coaches: David Hathrill, Nick Bier

    Winter Training: tbc

    Fixtures: A pdf will appear here once fixtures are confirmed

    Results: Visit play-cricket

  • Girl's Development Programme (GDP)

    Established in 2017, Kent Cricket introduced the Girl’s Development Programme to support those players deemed to have the highest potential of progressing further, to play for Kent Women or onto the England Pathway.

    Players are selected post trials to be included on the programme by the Talent Pathway Coaches, who typically select from the Under 15 or Under 17 squads. Players are grouped around their primary skill and invited to a series of sessions, alternating between skill development and fitness/fielding sessions.

    Additionally, players are offered further bespoke individual support around their, strength & conditioning, life scheduling and pastoral support.

    For further information please contact the Kent Women’s Coach David Hathrill who manages the GDP.

Our rules and what we expect

Kent Cricket sets high standards for our staff and programmes and seeks to achieve them. In turn, we expect our young cricketers and their parents/guardians to meet certain standards. It is important that we all know what we are delivering and what is expected of the players. To clarify this, parents/guardians and players are required to sign up to a series of Charters and abide by our policies.

Each of these policies are issued to parents/guardians before registration, as well as being downloadable on the right of your screen ⟶